Twenty years ago I planted a church called Mecklenburg Community Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Besides becoming a Christ-follower, and then marrying my wife and being graced with four incredible children, it has proven to be the defining act of my life.
- October 04, 2012 |
Teens who use their cellphones after "lights out" may be at increased risk for mental health problems, as well as lost sleep, a new study from Japan suggests.
Amid eyewitness accounts and reports that Coptic Christians are leaving their homes after threats from Muslim radicals, Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi has denied that there is persecution against Christians in the country.
A newly approved Christian fraternity at Yale University may be denied official recognition and student group funding because it plans to restrict membership to men who believe in Jesus.
At the risk of alarming you, this is something you’ll want to know. Whenever your youngster uses their phone or computer to access the Internet, there are businesses out there collecting, analyzing, dissecting and selling the details of their use to other businesses.
Last Wednesday I shared with you the touching story of Michigan’s Whitney Kropp. Miss Kropp is the 16-year-old high school student whose classmates attempted to embarrass her by nominating the sophomore to the school’s homecoming court.
The Founders' Bible is out and it cites slavery advocate and child molester James Hammond in favor of America as a Christian nation
A federal judge on Oct. 1 dismissed a lawsuit filed by an atheist group that challenged a "Year of the Bible" resolution passed early this year by Pennsylvania lawmakers.
In the second attack by suspected Islamic extremists on colleges in Nigeria's troubled northeast in the last few days, assailants killed at least 20 students Monday night outside the Federal Polytechnic Mubi, a college in the town of Mubi.
Emergency rooms are seeing more and more teens with injuries and even deaths, that result from emulating things they see on YouTube videos.
A new report finds that more U.S. young adults are living alone or cohabiting rather than walking down the aisle.
The Iranian lawyer who successfully represented Christian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani in court, leading to his eventual release and acquittal of apostasy, was detained over the weekend and ordered to serve a lengthy sentence in one of Iran's most dangerous prisons.
The Smithsonian Channel has announced that it will delay airing a documentary about the controversial "Jesus' wife" papyrus fragment after scholars raised doubts about its authenticity and questioned its lack of known archaeological origin.
According to a survey by LifeWay Research, 87 percent of pastors believe they should not endorse candidates for public office from the pulpit.
The U.S. Embassy in Cairo has posted a warning on its website for American citizens living in Egypt, particularly female missionaries.
Kenyan police are investigating a deadly attack on a church in the capital city of Nairobi on Sunday, and Christians in Tanzania have also been under attack by radical Muslims.
The city council in Pueblo, Colo., is sticking with its opening prayer, for now.
New poll data shows that 54 percent of swing voters say they're less likely to vote for President Obama after learning he opposes laws protecting babies who are born alive in abortion clinics.
How long will Christian leaders remain silent?