Thousands of Chinese Christians have camped in and around Sanjiang Christian Church in eastern China to prevent it from being demolished under a provincial campaign to curb the spread of Christianity.
- April 08, 2014 |
It’s hard to believe we’re less than a month away from debuting “Irreplaceable,” Focus on the Family’s first-ever movie. We’re working hard to be ready for the big one-day event that will take place on May 6 in more than 700 cinemas nationwide – we’re making final edits to the film and spreading the word via media interviews.
- April 08, 2014 |
Seattle-based Mars Hill Church has announced a new policy of destroying staff e-mails after 90 days. Many believe the new policy is an effort to destroy incriminating documents.
An elderly British woman was approved for a physician assisted suicide in Switzerland, though she was not terminally ill or disabled.
A Pakistani Christian man, sentenced to death for blasphemy, is making an appeal to the Lahore High Court.
April 7 marks the 20th anniversary of the horrifying Rwandan genocide that killed 800,000 Rwandan civilians.
Obesity in adolescent girls is associated with lower academic attainment levels throughout their teenage years, a new study has shown.
God's Not Dead produced by Freestyle Releasing earned $7.7 million over the weekend bringing its total to $33 million.
Flash floods in the Solomon Islands killed 19 people and left approximately 49,000 homeless in the aftermath.
Bob Coy, pastor of the 20,000-member Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale church resigned from his post on April 3.
I’ve found myself talking increasingly about the defining character trait of those who join and grow with an organization; the defining mark of someone who truly succeeds.
The first time some people heard of the dangers abortion can pose for the woman was during the court trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell last year. Kermit Gosnell was ultimately found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of 41-year-old Karnamaya Mongar, who died from complications from her abortion.
A new documentary exploring the world of Mixed Martial Arts and Christianity is set to premiere April 24 at the Independent Film Festival of Boston.
A report from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops says that the Catholic Church spent about $3 billion for allegations of sexual abuse.
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Jacquelline Fuller, member of the World Vision board, has resigned after the policy changes that occurred within the organization last week.
New York City schools can ban churches from holding services in buildings outside of school hours based on a decision of the 2nd U.S. Court of Appeals.
Co-founder of Mozilla Brendan Eich has stepped down from his position as CEO. Eich was attacked by employees of the company for his personal views on gay marriage.
This is the kind of news story that will make you shake your head at where we are as a culture.
Nearly 20 percent of all American boys will be diagnosed with ADHD. Millions of those boys will be treated with a powerful stimulant. Some will experience serious side effects from those drugs. Many of the diagnoses are wrong, and most of those boys will be drugged for no good reason.
- April 03, 2014 |