Separatist Islamist rebels released a Swiss Christian woman kidnapped by a private militia on April 15 amid turmoil in Timbuktu, Mali.
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A blind Chinese human rights activist who was being imprisoned and tortured in his own home has reportedly escaped.
- April 28, 2012 |
"Millennials" enrolled in faith-based colleges are just as likely to leave the religious affiliation of their childhood as students at public universities.
A man in a heavily Muslim region of East Africa recently kidnapped his grandchildren upon discovering that their father -- his son -- was teaching them about Christianity.
A raunchy website that facilitates extramarital affairs has announced it will award 1 million dollars to any person who can prove that New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow has engaged in a sexual relationship.
About 100 shops that want to sell religious books and items are still waiting for the required state licenses.
A pastor of a Philippines church was shot dead in Quezon City by two unknown gunmen in front of his teenage daughter on Wednesday night.
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Freedom in Christ and freedom from earthly tyranny reside in morality and simplicity.
A new study of adolescent health around the globe found the U.S. had the highest mortality rate for people ages 10 to 24 of any high-income country in the world.
Atheists and other activists are calling for the removal of a cross on a World War I memorial in front of a local firehouse in Rhode Island.
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There is enormous energy spent by many Christians on protecting the unborn. But what about protecting the long-born?
A new study from China shows that women who have had abortions have mental health problems during subsequent pregnancies.
China's government is engaged in a three-phase campaign to eradicate Protestant house churches.
A new study suggests that teen girls are far more likely than boys to engage in distracted driving behavior.
The Air Force will no longer require Air Force Inns -- temporary lodging facilities found at most major Air Force bases -- to have Bibles in their rooms.
Steffan Tubbs is a morning radio host on Denver’s leading talk station, KOA-AM. I enjoy listening to him along with his co-host, April Zesbaugh. They’re good at what they do.
Christians in Mali are in a "desperate plight" following last month's military coup, which allowed Islamist rebel groups to seize control.
Gov. Phil Bryant signed a bill making Mississippi the first state to require abortionists to be board-certified OB/GYNs with admitting privileges at local hospitals.