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Is surfing the web causing people to drop out of church? Kimberly Winston of Religion News Network compared a few opinions on the subject.
“Duck Dynasty” matriarch Miss Kay says she considered suicide after her husband Phil Robertson accused her of infidelity, Kay writes in her new book, “The Women of Duck Commander.”
Violence between Christians and Muslims has claimed the lives of at least 30 people in the Central African Republic, CBN News Reports.
Four women who were forced into sex slavery and later freed met with the pope at the Vatican on Thursday at an international conference on human trafficking.
Let’s try to guess which of these two men is doing more to expand the Kingdom of God.
Naghmeh Abedini, the wife of the imprisoned pastor Saeed Abedini has remained strong in her faith, despite setbacks in the case.
Girls in Saudi Arabian schools do not currently have access to physical education classes, but the possibility of adding sports instruction to the curriculum is under discussion.
A new study reveals regular churchgoers have a better love life than non-church attenders.
In a recent study, researchers found that 25 percents of children under the age of 12 have viewed internet pornography.
A new study has found that young people who listen to music that mentions specific alcohol brands are more likely to drink and abuse alcohol.
A transgender college sophomore has filed a complaint against a Christian university in Oregon after school officials said he couldn’t live with other men on campus during the forthcoming school year.
Focus on the Family’s one-day movie event “Irreplaceable” has gained wide public attention recently, though most of the publicity seems to be negative.
According to recent research by the The Center for the Study of Theological Education at Auburn Seminary, seminary graduates face suffocating debt.
Toss a pebble into a lake, and the resulting ripple impacts the entire body. In the same way, you have the ability to positively influence your family by taking small steps that create big impact.
Representative John Becker of Ohio has called to impeach a federal judge due to his recent rulings involving gay marriage.
With tensions rising between Ukraine and Russia, citizens are turning to prayer for solace.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu requested Wednesday his ministers to end high-level meetings with their Palestinian counterparts.
Teens whose brain chemistry is less affected by stressful situations could be at increased risk for car crashes, a small Canadian study suggests.
An illiterate Christian couple who have been sentenced to death for blasphemy in Pakistan will appeal the ruling.