According to a Pew Research Center survey taken in August 2011, almost every American adult remembers what he or she was doing when news of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks spread, and three-quarters say they were affected a great deal emotionally. Eleven years later, how people are living out the anniversary varies greatly.
- September 11, 2012 |
Members of a Russian evangelical church in Moscow that the government demolished last week gathered to pray early Sunday morning among the ruins of their once-standing church.
- September 11, 2012 |
President Obama on Friday didn't declare just one national day of prayer and remembrance in honor of 9/11 -- he declared three.
Two new studies show most grandparents babysit and provide financial support for grandkids as they try to save their children money and build stronger family connections.
The National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., is scaling back plans to commemorate the anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks.
If early reports are accurate, the Founders Bible goes to great lengths to prove America is a Christian nation. Does it go too far?
During a jog on our annual study break, I was praying to God for self-evaluation; how I could improve, do better, go to another level in my life and ministry. As I continued down the trail, four questions formed in my mind that penetrated to the heart of not just improvement, but the kind of ruthless self-assessment that leads to substantive life change.
Led by President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic National Convention saw 25 speakers reference the party's support for legal abortion, an average of eight speakers per night in what several media outlets called the most "abortion-centric" Democratic convention since at least 1992.
A Kansas prosecutor last week dropped all remaining criminal charges against a Kansas City-area Planned Parenthood facility accused of performing illegal late-term abortions.
- September 09, 2012 |
Human rights defenders and church members have expressed shock and outrage at the sudden destruction of a Pentecostal church in Moscow's eastern suburbs, which was apparently court-ordered.
- September 08, 2012 |
A Boston group supporting special rights for homosexuals appealed another case to the U.S. Supreme Court on Aug. 22 -- the sixth so far to challenge the constitutionality of the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
A recent study commissioned by the Chronicle of Philanthropy revealed something that won’t surprise many people of faith: the more “religious” a state or region of the country, the more likely its people are to give generously to charity.
While the majority of churchgoers desire to honor Christ with their lives and even profess to think on biblical truths, a recent study found few actually engage in personal reading and study of the Bible.
Christians in Iraq have not only been injured in recent incidents between Muslim factions, but have been specifically victimized for their faith.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Peer pressure continues to prompt high school students to light up, new research suggests, because popular teens tend to smoke and they induce others to take up the habit in an effort to fit in and be liked.
Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan said Wednesday he supported states having the right to allow prayer in schools.
Mark Regnerus’ life was turned upside down this past June when he published a study in the journal Social Science Research with findings that contradicted popular homosexual activist talking points.
Infographic looks at the 19.7 million U.S. college students in 2012.