The city council in Pueblo, Colo., will now begin its meetings with a moment of silence instead of a prayer.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
After more than a year of being barred from worshiping and having its members arrested and beaten, the Shouwang Church of Beijing is taking its case to the courts and seeking legal action against the police.
Scandinavia Christian Publishing House has now made 85 children's Bibles available as apps that can be downloaded and read on iPhones and iPads, with Android and Kindle formats on their way.
Coptic Christian leaders in Egypt are calling for the church nationwide to unite in fasting and prayer from Oct. 1-3.
Have you heard about the 16-year-old Michigan girl who was voted to her high school’s homecoming court as part of a so-called “prank”?
Uruguay could soon become the second Latin American country to legalize abortion.
I'd like your help. Our new bookstore, The Grounds, asked me for the top ten books I would recommend that everyone read. Whether they are simply new to the faith, or just hungry to grow, what would those ten be?
According to a report by the humanitarian group Save the Children revealed at the start of the U.N. General Assembly, the civil war in Syria has subjected children to "appalling" torture, imprisonment and abduction.
One in four mothers (mistakenly) believe that letting young children taste alcohol may discourage them from drinking in adolescence.
Adolescents who play active video games increase their heart rate, use more oxygen and expend more energy, according to a small new study.
I know what I’m about to say may not be very popular, especially today.
Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called once again for the end of Israel as he addressed the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday.
Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards recently provided another indication of President Barack Obama's connection to the country's leading abortion provider.
More than three million students from at least 20 countries gathered on school grounds this morning for "See You at the Pole 2012," the annual global day of student prayer.
The New York Department of Education is making the morning-after pill available to high school girls in 13 public schools.
According to the Gallup daily tracking poll between July 1 and Sept. 10, 70 percent of registered Jewish voters plan to vote for Obama versus 25 percent for Romney.
Hindus twice assaulted a Christian community in a rural India village early this month, beating believers, forcing them into Hindu worship rituals and damaging their homes.
The most recent data reports that an all-time high of 188 million U.S. consumers watched 38 billion web videos in August.
Teens who engage in distracted and dangerous driving most likely learned their bad driving skills from their parents, according to a new study.