The pro-life film October Baby finished in the box office top 10 its opening weekend despite playing in only 390 theaters nationwide.
This weekend is known as Palm Sunday weekend. So what? It's a fair question.
The American Center for Law and Justice has confirmed that imprisoned Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani was still alive as of March 26, despite rumors of his death.
The Obama administration last week released paperwork showing the details of a grant to a branch of Planned Parenthood in New Hampshire -- but it took a lawsuit.
Viewers beware; Monumental may be hazardous to an accurate view of our third president.
A Vietnamese pastor has been convicted of "disrupting national unity" for operating a house church that was not registered with the government.
What does spring cleaning look like in your home?
A national atheist and agnostic group is suing Pennsylvania lawmakers for passing a resolution declaring 2012 as "The Year of the Bible."
Islamic militants with ties to al Qaeda have launched an "ethnic cleansing of minority Christians" in Syria, forcing tens of thousands of people to flee the city of Homs.
Thousands of Salafist Muslims calling to include Islamic sharia law in the new Tunisian constitution gathered for a rally in front of the National Constituent Assembly.
Here is a condensed excerpt from my friend Tim Keller's excellent new book, which I strongly endorse, The Meaning of Marriage: Facing the Complexities of Commitment with the Wisdom of God.
Though membership in U.S. churches remains relatively stable, the effects of the recession have caused giving to drop by $1.2 billion.
Though the Philippines is a mostly Christian nation, Christians in the south face persecution and death where Muslims are trying to build an Islamic state.
Wisconsin's legislature repealed a law mandating that comprehensive sex education be taught in schools, allowing educators to choose their own lessons.
Some Christians are wondering whether we ought to join a boycott of Starbucks for supporting same-sex marriage.
Contrary to the popular notion, for all the time teens spend staring at small screens, it's still the television screen that gets most of their attention.
A new study of teen driving behavior has found that the use of electronic devices is the leader among distracted driving behaviors.
In a new trend, kids are trying to swallow a spoonful of cinnamon without drinking water - or vomiting - and preferably as a video camera is rolling. But doctors aren't laughing. They say the practice can cause serious injuries.
Is it ever right to wish ill upon someone? I don’t think so.