Indonesian pastor Onekesyi Zega and three of his assistants were arrested recently by a district police officer after being accused of baptizing Muslims.
Christian women in Bangladesh are persecuted not only for their gender, but all the more for turning their backs on Islam.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Boomerang kids are part of a rapidly growing trend.
More than four months after Islamist rebels seized control of the Christian-majority Central African Republic, Christians remain vulnerable to atrocities and the threat of imposition of Islamic law.
Here in Colorado, we’re looking forward to the promise of fall – yet I’m still thinking back on our family’s vacation this past summer to South Dakota. Our trips to the Black Hills have become an annual tradition.
While an amazing 88 percent of American homes own a Bible, more and more are switching to the Internet, cell phones and iPads to read God's word, according to a sweeping new survey of Bible use.
A study from the University of Southern California (USC) claims teens are so impressionable that they can be influenced by what they see their friends doing online.
Justices of Massachusetts' highest court examined the nature of the Pledge of Allegiance Wednesday as they heard a challenge from atheists who want the pledge banned in schools statewide.
On August 29, 2013, in what has been called a "brutal and vicious act," a team of 20 social workers, police officers and special agents stormed a homeschooling family's residence near Darmstadt, Germany, forcibly removing all four of the family's children, ages 7 to 14.
The majority of Egyptians do not want the Muslim Brotherhood involved in their society or in politics, according to a new poll from Baseera, the Egyptian Center of Public Opinion Research.
I’ve noticed a growing trend, at least in my own city, of churches renaming themselves in an apparent effort to invigorate a plateaued or even declining situation.
I want to share a personal email I received last week from Tim Goeglein, our vice president of external relations.
A lawsuit to strike the words "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance goes before the Massachusetts Supreme Court this week.
For the fourth consecutive summer, teen employment has stayed anchored around record lows.
Study finds that harsh verbal discipline increases the risk teens will misbehave and exhibit symptoms of depression.
In March 2013, the government of the Central African Republic was overthrown in a coup d'état in the country's capital, Bangui. Since that time, the country has experienced significant unrest and turmoil, which has affected the lives of many innocent people and also the work of Bible translation.
Every day the numbers rise as Syria's crisis rages out of control and spills across borders into neighboring countries. There are now more than 2 million refugees, 5 million internally displaced persons and 100,000 dead.
In the Bible gospel preaching never left off with condemnation. That the gospel is really good news for us.
- September 03, 2013 |
As Emmanuel Sunday rode his motorbike near Jos last Thursday evening, gunmen stopped him and asked him his religion. The 19-year-old technical school student saw a group of people the gunmen had ordered out of a mini-bus; the Christians had been told to lie on the ground.
- September 03, 2013 |