For the first time in a single week, more than 1 billion apps were downloaded. Buoyed by new devices given as Christmas gifts, 1.2 billion apps were downloaded in the last week of December.
It seems fitting to begin the New Year with talk of an important election.
American churchgoers are just as likely to use Twitter, Facebook and the Internet as non-churchgoers.
Authorities once again thwarted Shouwang Church's efforts to rent a worship facility, and arrested 48 from an outdoor service.
The largest growth in Christianity during the past 100 years has occurred in sub-Saharan African countries.
The U.S. has unfrozen $40 million in aid to the Palestinian Authority, and the Obama administration wants to allocate more.
Whenever I start to get discouraged about the future of the church, I remember a conversation I had a few years ago with evangelical theologian Carl F. H. Henry on what would turn out to be his last visit to Southern Seminary before his death...
The founder of a faith-based alternative to the Girl Scouts credits God for her organization's continued growth.
Is the U.S. headed for overpopulation? No, say many Christian leaders.
I think that with the right attitude going in, the following resolutions can help to get the New Year off to a positive start.
Sending sexually suggestive messages or photos via text messaging on phones has become a trend among teens, and church kids are not immune.
The militant Islamist group Boko Haram has issued an ultimatum for Christians living in northern Nigeria.
A judge granted bail to a Christian woman falsely charged with theft in Abbottabad after police failed to produce evidence incriminating her.
What would a set of New Year’s resolutions look like for you and your church, your role as a leader, or simply as someone who wants to live a life of strategic Kingdom investment?
The crucial evangelical vote in Iowa is still uncertain the day before the first ballots will be cast in the Republican presidential primary.
Christianity faces a legitimate threat of eradication in Iraq and Afghanistan because of severe and persistent persecution of Christians.
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An appeals court ruled that counseling student Jennifer Keeton can't continue her studies while pursing a rights violation case.
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A new national telephone survey shows that opinions about President Obama are sharply divided along lines of faith and church attendance.
A book designed for middle-school-age girls to gain insight into how to debunk media lies refers them to extreme-left-wing Media Matters for America.