Where can someone go when their marriage is dead and it’s seems like they’ve exhausted all options? If you’re in that place of martial devastation, I can assure you – there is hope.
- June 06, 2014 |
A famine worse than anything in recent history looms in war-torn South Sudan – the predominantly Christian, oil-rich African nation that fought for decades to gain independence from Muslim-dominated Sudan.
While many around the world are praying for Meriam Ibrahim, a Christian mother who faces a death sentence for denying the Muslim faith, CNN reports that Sudanese Christians “don’t feel safe in prayer.”
New statistics suggest that American support of capital punishment is at a 15-year low. According to the poll, 42 percent of Americans support the death penalty, while 52 percent favored life in prison without parole.
The Palestinian government has asked the United States to intervene with Israel, after Israel announced plans for 1,500 new building offers in Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem communities.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad will maintain his position as president, according to the results of a landslide vote.
Boko Haram militants continue to violently attack villagers on the northeastern side of Borno state. In the most recent attacks, hundreds of homes were destroyed and many civilian lives were lost.
A Southern Baptist church in California decided not to terminate its pastor, despite his pro-gay views.
The Washington Post has released a batch of statistical data looking at the major religions in the United States at the regional at county level.
The risk for developing melanoma in adulthood was increased by 80% among those who suffered at least five blistering sunburns during adolescence.
One of the challenges in any sphere of life, particularly ministry, is staying creative. And it’s an important challenge.
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.
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.