A self-styled sharia (Islamic law) court expelled three pastors on allegations of "forced conversions," and is continuing efforts to silence the gospel in the area.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
The Florida Senate this week approved a bill that would allow students to deliver "inspirational messages" at public school assemblies.
The majority of American women are now pro-life, and they are the ones leading the fight against abortion, female pro-life leaders say.
The Washington State Senate voted 28-21 to approve a same-sex marriage bill, effectively clearing the final hurdle to becoming the seventh state to redefine traditional marriage.
Tween girls who spend much of their waking hours switching frantically between YouTube, Facebook, television and text messaging are more likely to develop social problems, says a Stanford University study.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the nation's leading breast-cancer charity, announced this week it is cutting contributions to Planned Parenthood affiliates.
A Christian convert who was arrested by security authorities in her home in July 2011 has been sentenced to two years in prison.
If you’re not already familiar with the work of The Susan G. Komen For The Cure®, you’ve undoubtedly seen signs of them within the culture.
There’s a technological transformation coming that will revolutionize this century the way the telephone, electricity and automobiles altered the one before.
Now that we are standing at the crossroads of the church's departure from the truth, we can look to the ancient paths: the Scriptures.
Two groups are scheduled to attend the annual National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., tomorrow morning.
The U.S. military said in a leaked report that the Taliban, backed by Pakistan, are set to retake control of Afghanistan after NATO withdraws its forces.
A new study shows only 1 in 4 children regularly uses sunscreen.
A study published in the Journal of Research on Adolescence confirms what many American children are likely feeling these days: When parents bicker over money, it seriously damages the kid’s well-being.
Since 1963 a mural that contains a very brief school prayer has been hanging in the gymnasium of Rhode Island’s Cranston High School.
45.3 percent of teens who gave birth as a result of an "unintended" pregnancy conceived while either using "highly effective" or "moderately effective" contraceptive methods.
A judge denied bail to a young Christian man charged with desecrating the Quran under Pakistan's blasphemy laws despite the lack of evidence against him.
A new study on divorce, confirms what most people already know – even if they are not willing to admit it: divorce causes “irreparable harm” to the whole family, but particularly to the children.
- January 31, 2012 |