Sacramento church will keep name, change logo. Seattle church now says demand letter was a mistake.
Just over 60 miles north of my office in Colorado Springs sits Mile High Stadium, home of the Denver Broncos and the official headquarters of Tim Tebow mania.
The freedom of Christians could be compromised in the new Tunisia after the runaway success of Islamists in the country's first free elections.
An atheist organization has accused an Alabama school district of allowing prayers during high school football games.
So your kids finally friended you on Facebook. Congratulations! Now what? Avoid the top 11 mistakes parents make on Facebook. Avoid them like the plague.
Gary Tsifrin, founder of Oakland, Calif.-based DriversEd.com, shares his expertise on some of the most common mistakes young drivers make.
Following the death of former dictator Moammar Gadhafi, the nation's small minority of persecuted Christians are continuing to keep quiet.
I grew up in a day when Halloween was little more than pumpkins, fall festivals, hayrides and dressing up as a pirate or a farmer to go trick-or-treating.
What do you think of "Tattooed Barbie"? Even more importantly, how have you handled the matter of tattoos with your own children?
More than 600,000 children are bearing the brunt of the worst floods to hit Thailand in 50 years.
Nigerian soldiers summoned to the city of Bauchi to stop fighting between Muslim and Christian youths last week shot and killed a Christian mother of five.
Horror movies are undergoing their own bloodbath underperforming at the box office, largely due to the absence of young people.
A group dedicated to keeping Muslim law from being established in the U.S. had its conference venue canceled after the hotel raised safety concerns.
A pre-trial hearing in Kansas' criminal case against Planned Parenthood was postponed after prosecutors revealed that state health officials shredded key documents.
An Alabama pastor with a heart for the persecuted church will lead thousands of Christians worldwide in simulating an "underground church" meeting.
The new 2012 Harris Poll Youth EquiTrend® study, by Harris Interactive reveals Apple's computers, iPads and iPhones dominate the technology youth market. The annual study benchmarks the brands that America's youth prefer and those that have the ability to dominate their industries' youth market share.
Iranian pastor Yousef Nadarkhani continues to be held in prison while waiting on his verdict from the local court following his conviction on apostasy charges.
Adrian Smith, a housing manager in England, got a pay cut and demotion after sharing his beliefs against gay marriage on his personal Facebook page.