A federal judge's decision to remove a Ten Commandments monument from in front of a courthouse caused an uproar among residents.
- December 02, 2011 |
Psychologist reports sexual taunts (using words like "slut") are a common refrain for young teen and tween bullies.
U.S. high school students still aren't eating enough fruits and vegetables, according to a new study by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers.
A recent Nielsen survey shows kids’ holiday gaming and electronics appetites are whet by a number of top-selling Apple devices.
The D.C. Office of Human Rights dismissed a claim that the Catholic University of America's single-sex dorms discriminated against women.
A Muslim mob attacked and besieged Copts in the small village of el Ghorayzat, killing two and seriously wounding others.
Joel Osteen, pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, and Mark Burnett are developing a reality series with a focus on helping people.
By now you’ve probably heard the story of an Ohio mother whose 8-year-old son was taken away from her because of the boy’s weight.
“What gets you up in the morning, and powers you through the day?”
Amid Iran's heightened crackdown on Christians, the Minister of Intelligence announced that house churches were a threat to youth.
It happened again last week, this time at a 7-Eleven in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Evangelist Billy Graham has been hospitalized in Asheville, N.C., to be tested for possible pneumonia.
A chronicle of the Pilgrims' arrival at Plymouth, as recorded by Nathaniel Morton.
Egypt's Christian minority turned out in droves for voting Monday and Tuesday in the country's first elections post-Mubarak.
A group of 73 evangelicals have joined together in a declaration affirming that God is three persons in one.
A recent survey found Jesus is the second most popular person in America, just behind Abraham Lincoln.
He arrived at a time when the nation was fearful and fighting malaise, hungry for a hero to root for, eager to find hope amidst the dark clouds of uncertainty.
Economic woes and a decline in Christian youth have led some faith-based colleges to close and others to try to appeal to a wider base.
Mariano Rajoy had promised in February that if elected, he would repeal certain abortion and pro-gay curriculum laws.
As a new constitutional draft is expected this week that would forbid conversion, a Christian charity office was bombed and pastors assaulted.