A recent study shows that many children who are bullied may express some of their anxiety through frequent nightmares.
Six months after Typhoon Haiyan struck humanitarian aid organizations continue to help the people of the Philippines rebuild.
Hawaii has announced that it will no longer defend a lawsuit from 2011 regarding the former law in the state that defined marriage as between a man and woman.
President Barack Obama publicly addressed the dire situation of almost 300 kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls for the first time on Tuesday.
Last night’s premiere of Focus’ first movie, “Irreplaceable,” was a success in every way possible thanks to God’s grace and your support. In fact, due to the overwhelming response and the fact that many were turned away last night, we have decided to schedule a national encore performance for Thursday, May 15.
Teen pregnancy rates continue to fall, dropping 15 percent in two years, from 2008 to 2010, and down 51 percent from their 1990 peak, according to a new report.
The London-based ministry Oasis Trust has been ejected as a member in good standing from the United Kingdom’s largest evangelical oversight organization.
Hundreds of Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) volunteers have flocked to southeastern states to respond to the needs of tornado victims.
A Florida teachers is facing a lawsuit after forcing a 12-year-old student to call his parents for reading his Bible during free reading time.
A 5-4 Supreme Court vote on Monday (May 5) decided that prayer would be allowed at public meetings.
An Israeli archaeologist believes he has found the Citadel which was captured by King David in his conquest of Jerusalem.
Here at Focus, we’re all looking forward to tonight’s “Irreplaceable” movie premiere. It’s been months of praying, planning, filming, editing and promotional work. By God’s grace, the final result is a film we are proud of – and humbled by.
Christian Askeland, a professor at Protestant University Wuppertal in Germany, believes that the tiny scrap of papyrus resembles another fragment known as the Gospel of John too closely to be real.
Government troops in Ethiopia captured back control of a town from rebels, a South Sudanese military spokesman said Monday.
At least 100 Nigerian schoolgirls at the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok were kidnapped by the Islamist group Boko Haram April 14. A Boko Haram leader said in a video he plans to sell the girls.
Gene Robinson announced over the weekend that he and his partner Mark will be filing for divorce. Robinson was the first openly homosexual priest to become a bishop in the Anglican church.
A new study finds the risk for deliberate self harm doubles when depressed young people start treatment with higher than usual doses of antidepressant medications.
One person died and six homes were destroyed as a wildfire ramshacked about five square miles of Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Asia Bibi, the Pakistani Christian sentenced to death for allegedly speaking against the prophet Muhammad, has been given a fourth date to appear in court appealing her charges.