"If the regime goes, you can forget about Christians in Syria," says one Syrian man.
Focus on the Family's Esther Fleece was recently identified by CNN's Belief Blog as one of the "Five Women to Watch in Religion." Here she reflects on the television program, GCB:
There are few people who know less about music than me, but a recent article in the Wall Street Journal about music and emotion grabbed my attention.
Four presidential candidates will compete for 419 delegates scattered throughout ten separate states today, the greatest concentration of votes in any single day on the primary campaign's calendar.
The father of Jeremiah Small, an American gym teacher shot by one of his students at a private Christian school in Iraq, says he has forgiven his son's killer.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell on Wednesday signed into law a bill requiring women to obtain an ultrasound before having an abortion.
Parents have long been worried about how much time their kids spend online. But if you ask the kids, mom and dad are the ones who can’t turn away from the screen.
The Dove Foundation announced yesterday winners of the Crystal Dove Seal Award for the best "Family Approved" movies of 2011 in six categories.
A Coptic Christian priest in Egypt was sentenced to six months in jail for a minor construction violation at his church building.
In the “just wondering” category, how many times do we employ an oxymoron in the church? And more to the point, never think of them as one?
When comes to finances in hard economic times, more Americans would rather take advice rom business mogul Donald Trump than from the Bible.
A new study shows that vitamin D intake can lower stress fracture risk in girls, especially in regards to injuries caused by high impact style activities.
Children with even relatively mild concussions can have persistent attention and memory problems a year after their injuries, according to a study that helps identify which kids may be most at risk for lingering symptoms.
After numerous failed doomsday predictions, Family Radio founder Harold Camping issued an apology to listeners and said that he had no plans to ever again predict the end of the world.
Teenagers who smoke, drink alcohol and eat junk food are significantly more likely to be unhappy than their clean-living counterparts, a study has found.
Kirk Cameron is being criticized for his recent comments about homosexuality. Why is anyone surprised?
A pastor has been released from prison in Laos after being locked up for nearly 13 years because of his Christian activities.
After a weekend outbreak of tornadoes across the U.S., televangelist Pat Robertson said people could prevent the deadly storms by praying.
Rick Warren has issued a response to a newspaper article, "Rick Warren Builds Bridge to Muslims," that drew criticism from some Christian leaders.
The American Center for Law and Justice has confirmed that Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is still alive and that rumors of his execution were false.
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