By the time Lukia Khalid, mother of three and nearly seven months pregnant, was baptized on March 30, her Muslim husband had already forced her out of their home in western Tanzania for becoming a Christian.
Is buying a home becoming the new engagement ring?
Despite a serious throat wound preventing him from speaking, the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect is beginning to respond to questions from investigators, according to federal officials.
Rescuers and relief teams are rushing supplies to rural provinces in China after a deadly earthquake over the weekend.
Mere Christianity is not a reduction of orthodoxy, but the distillation of Christianity so that it is fermented to its fullest potency.
If you’re looking for a film to watch in the theater, I’d like to suggest the award-winning movie “Not Today,” currently out in theaters.
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Under increasing pressure over its longstanding ban on gays, the Boy Scouts of America is proposing to lift the ban for youth members. The Scouts plan to continue to exclude gays as adult leaders.
Citing stagnant church attendance and an increasing number of abandoned buildings, the Sudanese government announced that it will no longer issue licenses to Christian churches.
Boston and surrounding neighborhoods are on lockdown Friday morning as authorities hunt for the remaining Boston Marathon bomber.
Despite the media’s best efforts, the truth about abortion—and the damage it does to the value of human life—cannot be suppressed.
A colleague recently came across a funny website I thought you’d enjoy. It listed some hilarious mistakes people made on their résumés.
Hobby Lobby announced this week a minimum wage increase to $14 per hour for full-time employees, the fifth year in a row of such increases.
A new analysis of federal data estimates that just 32% of underage drinking deaths are traffic-related.
46-year-old Bill Cunningham of Sitka, Alaska gave away his Boston Marathon medal in a spontaneous gesture of kindness. He is also the regional director of Alaska Young Life, and it's clear his faith motivated his generosity.
The U.S. Senate rejected Wednesday an amendment aimed at strengthening laws on background checks to purchase firearms.
Brad Lomenick is a good friend of mine and he just released a new book this week. It's titled THE CATALYST LEADER.
If you’re a parent, I’m guessing you’re well aware of how challenging that can be. Even the statistics bear out the struggle we face. The exact percentages are up for debate, but we know that a significant number of kids walk out the church doors after high school graduation and never return. Why?
A massive explosion at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas Wednesday night has killed an estimated five to 15 people, wounding more than 160, and damaging 50 to 60 homes in a 5-block area.