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The leader of Nigeria's Boko Haram Islamist militants has defended recent attacks on Christians, saying they were revenge for killings of Muslims.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
According to the ESPN Sports Poll, Denver Broncos quarterback and devout Christian Tim Tebow is now America's favorite active pro athlete.
Excerpts from a touching and poignant reflection on the dignity of life from columnist Cal Thomas.
A Kuwaiti royal prince who has become a believer in Jesus Christ says that if he is killed, he believes he will meet Jesus face-to-face.
No surprise here... the unemployment rate for 16-19-year-olds seeking jobs is almost 25%, as teens struggle to find part-time employment in poor economic times.
According to a new analysis, only 24 percent of what women say about themselves on four of MTV's most popular reality shows is positive.
In a new study, researchers found abnormalities in the brains of adolescents who spent many hours on the internet, to the detriment of their social and personal lives.
Incoming college students have grown markedly more needy since the 2008 economic downturn.
Mission Aviation Fellowship remains actively involved in the rebuilding process, supporting more than 30 other organizations by providing them with flights.
Tim Tebow – if we’ve learned anything at all about him by now – is not your typical NFL star.
The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday unanimously affirmed the right of churches to make employment decisions without government interference.
1 out of every 5 pastors surveyed admitted that most of their congregation believes in evolution.
The World Christian Encyclopedia defines martyrs as "believers in Christ who lost their lives prematurely, in situations of witness, as a result of human hostility."
A new study found divorced adults are 23 percent more likely to die early than married couples.
It is a privilage to have the time to practice the simple ministry of presence.
A 28-year-old woman received 40 lashes in front of hundreds of spectators as punishment for embracing a "foreign religion."
It was bound to happen... Fisher Price introduces a portable DVR player for toddlers at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
- January 10, 2012 |