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I’ve always liked the poem by William Wordsworth titled “Character of the Happy Warrior.” Though not so intended, it is an appropriate charge to Christians who seek God’s strength in their efforts to engage the culture winsomely.
The recent horrors of finding yet another mass grave in an Aleppo canal are part of what's driving more people toward Syria's borders.
Best friends might play the biggest role in influencing when teens have their first sip of alcohol, new research shows.
The University of Michigan is accused of kicking an InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapter off campus because the group requires its leaders to be Christians -- an apparent violation of the university's nondiscrimination policy.
Pressure from corporate sponsors may be the critical factor in a decision by the Boy Scouts of America to change its policy to allow homosexual scouts, volunteers and leaders.
A top atheist wants the Boy Scouts of America to lift its ban on atheists as well as homosexuals.
In one of the more intriguing sociological studies of late, the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia has determined after a three-year study that families fall into four distinct groups.
How can we be used by the Lord to help turn hearts toward Him if we're not willing to sit and listen to the hearts of those who don't acknowledge Him as Lord?
As millions look forward to watching the Super Bowl on Sunday, a new poll finds more than a quarter of Americans believe God "plays a role in determining which team wins" at sporting events.
A new study finds that seventh-graders who are exposed to alcohol -- and who say they like the ads -- may experience more severe problems related to drinking alcohol later in their adolescence.
French and Mali army troops have made key gains against Islamic rebels in northern Mali in recent days.
To the shock and disappointment of many of us, the Boy Scouts of America released a statement indicating the possibility of changing its policy that prevents the participation of openly practicing homosexuals.
The Arkansas Senate has passed a bill that lifts a ban on carrying concealed weapons in church.
Four Christians in India died for their faith last year, but incomplete information obscured the anti-Christian hostility in three of the deaths.
The Southern Baptist Convention expressed extreme disappointment to news that the Boy Scouts of America will likely end a longtime ban on gay members, with SBC officials predicting a mass exodus out of Scouting by Baptist churches.
Vandals in Waco, Texas, on Saturday desecrated a memorial site dedicated to unborn babies killed by abortion.
A technology-driven teaching method known as "flipped learning" is catching on in schools across the nation as a younger, more tech-savvy generation of teachers is moving into classrooms.
Pornography has quickly appeared on the newly-launched six-second video clip app Vine (associated with Twitter).
Naghmeh Abedini, the wife of Iranian-American pastor Saeed Abedini, who has been sentenced to eight years in an Iranian prison for his Christian activities, revealed that there will be an appeal against the sentence.