An appeals court ruled that counseling student Jennifer Keeton can't continue her studies while pursing a rights violation case.
- December 31, 2011 |
A new national telephone survey shows that opinions about President Obama are sharply divided along lines of faith and church attendance.
A book designed for middle-school-age girls to gain insight into how to debunk media lies refers them to extreme-left-wing Media Matters for America.
A story that Christians should be telling “in season and out of season,” through their lips and their lives.
From our home to yours, a blessed Happy New Year!
A teenage mother decided to forego treatment for tumors on her brain and spine so she could carry her baby to term -- which ultimately led to her death.
The head of the Christian Association of Nigeria criticized the government and Muslim leaders for failing to intervene after deadly attacks.
Local Islamists attacked a Christian community on Dec. 19, killing five people and wounding six, just days after another deadly assault.
New Hampshire's legislature could be taking up a bill to restore the definition of marriage when it reconvenes Jan. 4.
Live simply, love generously, care deeply, speak kindly and trust in our Creator who loves us.
Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik has been diagnosed with a mental illness, meaning he could be held in a psychology ward rather than in prison.
Ask.com recently presented their top 10 predictions for 2012, based on the top trending questions posed by their 60 million users from January 1 – November 15, 2011.
As North Korea embraces Kim Jong Il's son and successor, Kim Jong Un, no changes appear likely for Christians.
A young Christian man was charged with desecrating the Quran under Pakistan's "blasphemy" law after he had an argument over rent with his Muslim landlord.
A federal court ruled that Duluth doesn't have the right to shut down free speech at a public event when officials don't like the religious viewpoints being expressed.
Ever wonder what would happen if we treated our Bible like we treat our cell phone?
A film set to air Jan. 22 will chronicle the life of one of Liberia's most feared warlords who found Christ and dramatically turned his life around.
A prominent evangelical activist in Orissa was killed by suspected Hindu hardliners.
- December 27, 2011 |