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.
I’ve never taught about capital punishment. I’ve never written about capital punishment. But this issue has been in the news as of late which prompted me to write this blog.
Tomorrow Focus on the Family’s first movie, “Irreplaceable,” will debut in more than 700 cinemas across the country. Seats are filling up fast (with some theaters already sold out) – despite attempts to censor our documentary.
Exploitation of humans has existed since biblical times. The Bible is filled with stories of individuals taking control of others. Rooted in that idea of control is human trafficking.
A high school in Wisconsin is under fire for removing “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance.
Dr. James Dobson said Thursday that he would not “yield to (Obama’s) wicked regulations” regarding the Obamacare abortion pill mandate.
Extremists in Syria executed seven men by means of crucifixion this week. Followers of Jihadism killed the men while holding the town of Raqqa.
South Sudan President Salva Kiir has agreed to meet with rival former vice president Riek Machar in an effort to cease violence that has continued for six months.
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Eleven known university students were killed in Ethiopian protests with police. The protests began on April 28 and continue to occur on at least least four college campuses.
Since the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortion in all 50 states in 1973, about 51 million babies have been lost to abortion. It’s a staggering number that also represents millions of women chose to ended their pregnancies.
Belgian doctor Wim Distelmans is under fire for allegedly euthanizing a woman without first treating her depression.
A well-respected pastor on the staff of the Seattle-based church Mars Hill Church has resigned his leadership position.
Malaysia Airlines officials have announced that “family assistance centers,” the hotels where families of Flight 370 passengers have been staying, will be closed effective May 7.
Christian clergy fear that a news marriage law signed by President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday will tear families apart and weaken the church and the nation.