I’m in New York right now on a whirlwind trip. In a matter of a few days, I’m meeting with representatives of the media, giving interviews on Focus’ new movie, “Irreplaceable,” out May 6 and my newly released book, “The Good Dad.” (Watch for me on Fox News Channel’s “Huckabee” this Saturday and Sunday.)
Pope Francis is calling for a reform of the Catholic Church’s communion rules.
Mississippi is the most recent state to outlaw abortions performed after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Marion County commissioners in Portland, Oregon have ordered the immediate suspension of burning aborted babies as an energy source to generate power.
A live crucifixion scene in Florida was ordered to be taken down on Good Friday. The realistic crucifixion scene featured faux wounds on Gareiss’ back, knees and head.
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The lead singer for Jars of Clay took to Twitter this week to say he supports homosexual marriage.
The CEO of CURE International, the non-profit organization that runs charity hospitals and programs in 29 countries, believes that the shooting in Kabul was not religiously motivated.
It is better to give than to receive --- at least if you're an adolescent and you enjoy giving, a new study suggests.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Rev. Justin Welby has now shared his views that Britain is a Christian country in history alone.
Several states are pushing to criminalize “revenge porn,” the internet trend of blackmailing former significant others with shaming pictures and videos.
HBO aired an episode of “Game of Thrones” featuring rape, incest and murder all in one scene. It was enough for critics to call for a stop to the depravity.
Parkerburg South High School had been using Philippians 4:13 for inspiration (I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me), but received a complaint.
Yik Yak, the anonymous social media app company has raised $1.5 million in seed funding for its hyper-local chatting app.
Sarah Mbuyi, a Christian nursery nurse in the U.K., was fired after she had a conversation with a gay colleague who pressed her about the Bible’s view homosexuality.
Georgia residents can now legally carry guns in churches, bars, schools and government buildings. Republican Governor Nathan Deal signed the ‘guns everywhere bill’ into law.
In March, a Florida family released a Youtube video stating that their 5-year old daughter had been reprimanded for praying over her lunch in the school cafeteria.
Three American doctors were shot and killed at a Kabul, Afghanistan hospital on Thursday when an Afghan security guard opened fire.
We’re less than two weeks away from the big one-night debut of Focus’ first feature film, “Irreplaceable,” so I figured it was as a good time as any to buy my family’s tickets to watch the movie.
Christians began a three-day prayer and fasting period after Islamist Boko Haram militants kidnapped hundreds of schoolgirls in Nigeria and desperate parents joined the search in a remote forest.
- April 23, 2014 |