A weekly listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Bob Provost, President of the Slavic Gospel Association, is asking believers to pray for the Olympics
Have you caught Olympic fever yet? Here at Focus we have. Our staff is celebrating “Olympic Fridays” by wearing the red, white and blue.
According to a new study, cell phone use, sleep deprivation, and a lack of exercise, together, can point to mental illness in teens.
A teacher at Rusk Independent School District in Rusk, Texas, was recently asked to remove a poster featuring a Bible verse. One student, Cameron Franks, has responded by selling Christian t-shirts in support of the teacher.
President Barack Obama spoke about his faith at the 62nd annual National Prayer Breakfast. But his appearance there was not welcomed by all.
The hits and hurts that can come your way working in ministry are occupational hazards that can tear away at your soul, sap your enthusiasm, your creativity, and your missional stamina.
History tells us U.S. Supreme Court decisions often have a far-reaching impact on issues we care about – things like life, marriage and religious liberties.
Facebook celebrated its 10th anniversary Tuesday. Today, ministers, Christian leaders and others are using the social media site to reach their audiences.
This month’s newsletter from Voice of the Martyrs highlights persecution that Christians face in the Holy Land.
According to a recent research study, pot may be poorly affecting the memory and reasoning capability of teens using the drug heavily.
The voter-approved gay marriage ban in Virginia may be overturned soon, according to CBN.
The debate between Ken Ham, president and CEO of Answers in Genesis, and TV personality Bill Nye attracted international attention. The two men answered the question “Is creation a viable model of origins in today’s scientific era?”
I shared my experience meeting with a well-known homosexual activist. I remember feeling the Lord’s prompting to reach out to this man – and pushing off that meeting for months.
Five new social media apps are growing in popularity and it is important for parents to know about because many come with maturity warnings and are rife with problems.
The abortion rate in the U.S. has dropped to its lowest level since the procedure became legal in 1973.
Similar to last year, the country’s most religious states were primarily in the South.
The Robertsons of A&E’s 'Duck Dynasty' are wading into churches with their new curriculum, 'Faith Commander: Living Five Values From the Parables of Jesus.'
The Freedom from Religion Foundation has reportedly asked a North Carolina football coach to cease praying with his players.
It’s a tough economy. Jobs are scarce. Many of today’s college grads are entering the “real world” with considerable student loan debt. For many parents, what this means is that their adult children will “boomerang” or move back home with them after college. Can you relate?