Taking some time to reflect on my children...when they were small.
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom released its annual report Tuesday, detailing the plight of persecuted religious peoples around the globe.
Within Christian circles, Max Lucado is a household name, beloved for his gentle and inspiring books. The San Antonio-based pastor is a publishing icon. More than twenty million of his titles are in circulation, and his throngs of readers eagerly await each year’s new release.
Former vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan, who made a bid for the White House as the running mate of Republican nominee Mitt Romney last year, revealed this week that he now believes homosexuals should be able to adopt children.
Prosecutors are seeking a 45-year sentence for the man who pleaded guilty to plotting an attack at the Family Research Council's Washington, D.C., headquarters in August 2012.
After a year's work, a World Evangelical Alliance panel has released its report on the Muslim-context translation practices of Wycliffe Bible Translators and its partner SIL International. Wycliffe requested the audit of its policies after controversy erupted last year over the world's premier translator supporting translations that altered the phrases "Son of God" and "God the Father" in Muslim contexts.
A lesbian P.E. teacher has filed a grievance against the diocese of the Ohio Catholic school where she worked for 19 years until administrators fired her for "violating moral law."
Worries that the military is preparing to court martial Christians are unfounded
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Rhode Island became the 10th state to legalize gay marriage on Thursday as Gov. Lincoln Chafee signed the legislation into law on the steps of the Statehouse.
Members of the military are free to share their faith as long as they don't harass others, the Department of Defense said in a statement Thursday.
Have you noticed that most adults share a curious trait? We can turn almost anything into something gravely serious. It’s no wonder stress-related illnesses have become so prevalent. That’s why it’s good to remind ourselves regularly to take a deep breath, relax, and laugh at ourselves.
The Department of Defense denies claims that Christians who speak openly about their faith will face court martial
A case of "possible human trafficking" at a Saudi diplomatic compound in Virginia is under investigation.
A new study shows that there is a growing gap for today’s young adults between materialism and the desire to work hard.
Irish lawmakers are considering a bill that would loosen the country's ban on abortion by clarifying a doctor's right to approve an abortion in cases where the mother's life is at risk, including the possibility of suicide.
All major social sites see more usage among moms compared with the general population.
Less than one day after the Food and Drug Administration approved a drug company's application to make the "morning-after" pill available over the counter to women ages 15 and up, the U.S. Department of Justice has appealed a federal judge's ruling that the FDA lift all age restrictions on the drug.
An American detained for nearly six months in North Korea has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for crimes against the state.
Today has been traditionally set aside as the National Day of Prayer. Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx, recently named to be the next Transportation Secretary by President Obama, has instead declared today to be “A Day of Reason” for his home city.