How does one teach the controversy, without exposing one’s children to more than they can handle?
Syrian Catholic priest Francois Murad was beheaded last weekend by al Qaeda-linked jihadi fighters trying to topple President Bashar Assad.
Historically, there have been two tools to help guide us in our travels. One is a map, and the other is a compass. They are two very different things.
China has banned groups and individuals from privately adopting abandoned infants, making it much harder for babies without families to find good homes.
According to a newly released study, men who are on good terms with their wives’ parents are more likely to enjoy a long-lasting marriage than those who struggle to get along with their in-laws.
June 30 marked the one-year anniversary of Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi's entrance to office, but the majority of Egyptians feel betrayed due to his dictatorial style, his now-apparent radical Islamist agenda and his economic mismanagement. They are demanding that Morsi step down.
Is it wrong for pastors to depend on a church for their compensation?
Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy has spoken out against gay marriage once again. Following the Supreme Court rulings Wednesday striking down the Defense of Marriage Act and opening the door for same-sex marriages in California, Cathy took to Twitter to criticize the rulings.
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In a decision giving hope to opponents of the federal contraception coverage mandate, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday that Hobby Lobby won't have to start paying millions of dollars in fines next week for not complying with the requirement.
Five Sri Lankan believers sustained injuries after a Buddhist monk and a mob stormed the New Life Church in Hanwella, Colombo District, on Sunday.
When it comes to God and country, white evangelicals report the most intense patriotic feelings in a new poll, with more than two-thirds saying they are extremely proud to be an American.
On today’s Focus on the Family Daily Broadcast, you’ll hear as Dr. Al Mohler, Focus Board member and president of Southern Seminary and George Mason University law professor Helen Alvare and I discuss the rulings expected impact to families and the Church.
If you did little more than read headlines, this week welcomed same-sex marriage into the mainstream of our culture.
Syrian Christians are asking why the United States supports extremists who want to turn Syria into an Islamic state.
Local authorities have taken the citizenship and farmland of six Christian families in Laos, promising to reinstate them only when the 16 people give up their Christian faith.
Researchers find risk of concussion is 3 to 5 times higher for teen drinkers and pot smokers.
A new study finds teens whose parents nagged about weight gain tended to have more unhealthy eating behaviors.
Same-sex marriage is headed for your community. This is no time for fear or outrage or politicizing. It’s a time for forgiven sinners, like us, to do what the people of Christ have always done. It’s time for us to point beyond our family values and our culture wars to the cross of Christ.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday essentially legalized gay marriage in California after ruling that defenders of Proposition 8, the voter-approved amendment defining marriage as being between a man and woman, had no legal standing to defend it. Backers of Prop 8 say the court has set a dangerous precedent that in effect neutralizes the will of the people who vote.