I recently came across an excellent article from Abraham Piper, the son of author and pastor John Piper.
Pastor David Wright, chief executive of DoersTV.com, polled more than 100,000 Facebook fans to find out what they thought of Christian TV -- and was shocked to discover the majority said they hate it.
A 119-year-old church was torched by Muslim extremists in India's Kashmir state, where Christians are under mounting pressure.
Facebook is exploring ways to open the site to children younger than 13, the current and widely flouted age restriction for users.
Attorneys for a Christian wedding photographer say they will appeal a New Mexico court decision that ruled she violated anti-discrimination laws by refusing to photograph a lesbian commitment ceremony.
For the fourth straight year, President Obama has issued a proclamation recognizing June as Gay Pride Month, saying "more remains to be done" in advancing gay issues.
Saturday’s New York Times featured a fascinating story on the power of the social media service, Twitter, when it comes to spreading the Gospel.
Anti-Christian incidents in Indonesia are on track to surpass last year’s increase, according to the Jakarta Christian Communication Forum.
Debt from educational loans in the U.S. rose 3.4 percent to $904 billion in the first quarter, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
A San Diego, Calif., church led by a gay pastor has sponsored a billboard in North Carolina apologizing to gay residents about the state's recent constitutional ban on gay marriage.
On Sunday, June 3, hundreds of Christians from dozens of churches around the New York City metropolitan area joined with more than 35,000 participants in the Celebrate Israel Parade.
Going through early puberty puts a child at greater risk for anxiety and depression later in adolescence, according to researchers at the University of Melbourne.
Target has blocked emails from the conservative American Family Association after its supporters began urging the retailer to pull its collection of gay pride T-shirts.
Today’s Focus on the Family radio program features some very moving reflections about fathers and fatherhood and the reminder to make the most of your fleeting years as a dad.
A new radical Islamic group has been established in Nigeria, which could result in more attacks against Nigerian Christians.
As 37 percent of children in the U.S. are growing up in fatherless homes, an organization called Fathers in the Field aims to help fatherless boys ages 7 to 17 by pairing them with mentor fathers from local churches.
A Chinese couple who managed to avoid authorities long enough to give birth to a second child were fined 1.3 million yuan ($204,000) after family-planning authorities deemed them "rich in assets."
When it comes to the latest comic book news, I’m reminded of what the late humorist Will Rogers used to say: “All I know is what I read in the newspapers.”
Southern Baptist Convention leader Richard Land, who was accused of plagiarism in a radio segment in which he said civil rights leaders had used the Trayvon Martin case to stir racial tensions, will lose his weekly program.