We’ve all seen a marriage in crisis. We all know people who have struggled (or are struggling) within their marital relationship. Maybe that someone is you. Or perhaps it’s someone you love, like a son or daughter or your best friend from high school.
- June 05, 2014 |
An ebola outbreak in Guinea has led to more than 100 deaths, according to reports. Despite the outbreak, missionaries in the area are seeing more conversations about salvation.
Leaders maintain that Christianity in the People’s Republic of China is growing rapidly in spite of continued persecution by the nations Communist government.
A Hobby Lobby store in Poughkeepsie, New York was recently the target of an act of pro-abortion vandalism.
The second annual K-LOVE Fan Awards were held on Sunday, June 1; Christian group Casting Crowns came out of the night as the big winners with the title “Artist of the Year.”
At the end of the year, the United States will be leaving 9,800 troops in Afghanistan; 1,800 of those will be designated for counterterror operations.
The military recently approved “humanist” as a religious preference, but a humanist chaplain’s application for the Navy was denied.
A new study published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry utilized MRI brain scans of male pornography users and found that those with less brain grey matter were likely to watch more pornography.
Focus on the Family Radio Theatre’s production of the Charles Dickens classic “Oliver Twist” won the 2014 Audie Award for Best Audio Drama. An Audie is a significant achievement for anyone involved in spoken word entertainment. The special recognition is the genre’s equivalent to the Academy Awards given out to exemplary movies and films.
Lebanon has been without a leader since President Michel Sleiman’s term ended on May 25. Some fear the vacated position could further diminish the historical Christian influence in the region.
More than four in 10 Americans support the Obama administration’s controversial contraception mandate, which requires nonprofits and businesses to provide birth control even if they have religious objections.
Pope Francis on Monday (June 2) warned married couples against substituting cats and dogs for children — a move that he said leads to the “bitterness of loneliness” in old age.
British churches are decreasing in members, but new statistics claim that an increased number of immigrants are slowing the rate of decline.
Joel Osteen, pastor of the largest Protestant church in the United States, has refuted accusations of being a so-called “prosperity preacher.”
Members of Boko Haram violently attacked attacked Christians and burned churches on May 25 and 26. The militants kidnapped a Church of the Brethren pastor and killed 29 Christians.
Colorado’s Civil Rights Commission on Friday ordered a Christian baker to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples, ruling his religious objections did not trump the state’s anti-discrimination statutes.
In what some are calling a sham proceeding, Houston leaders on Wednesday approved an Equal Rights Ordinance that adds the LGBT community to the city’s nondiscrimination laws.
Taxpayer dollars could soon pay for sex reassignment surgeries for elderly or disabled Americans on Medicare, thanks to a ruling Friday from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Teen Boys Online Porn Viewing Behavior Is Reason For Concern
For those of us whose pro-life convictions stem from our Christian faith, the New Jersey Star-Ledger’s recent headline was disconcerting: “Why I perform abortions: A Christian obstetrician explains his choice.”