History isn’t just dry dates and statistics. History is human.
Nigeria's Christmas Day bombings show militant Islamists are becoming more organized in their goal to create the most chaos possible.
71 percent of the Middle Eastern population is still completely unreached with the Gospel, but one organization is working to change that.
During the last century, the Christian population has shifted dramatically away from Europe to Africa, Asia and the Americas.
A pro-life Oakland, Calif., pastor sought an injunction against the city for inconsistently enforcing the "bubble zone" outside abortion clinics.
David Cameron marked the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible by saying Britain was a Christian country and "we should not be afraid to say so."
The refusal of Bogor's mayor to obey a Supreme Court order casts doubt on the ability of the Indonesian government to enforce the rule of law.
One ministry is placing gospel messages as paid advertisements in local newspapers around the world.
The Real Saint Nick was a generous soul who gave much more than toys.
- December 25, 2011 |
During the first Christmas season in Japan since nearly 15,000 were killed in an earthquake and tsunami in March, many survivors are searching for answers.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Extreme power outages have become routine during the Christmas and Easter seasons despite repeated protests by the Christian community.
The Rev. Franklin Graham says he sees nothing wrong with an evangelical Christian voting for a Mormon for president.
A Cairo criminal court accepted the appeal and release of 27 Coptic Christians arrested in connection with the massacre of Christian protesters in October.
Teens who express their own views in discussions with mom — even if they disagree — are more likely to resist peer pressure to use drugs or alcohol, according to a new study.
As Christmas approaches, religious freedom advocates remain concerned about the plight of three pastors imprisoned in Iran.
Isaac Watts published the words for this hymn in 1719.
A filmmaker who spent the last three years in Iraq says Christians and other religious minorities there live in constant fear.