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.
I am heartbroken for the families, furious at the evil, and more resolved than ever to give my life to Christ's mission.
Although earlier reports indicated an arrest was imminent in the Boston Marathon bombings, none such have been made. Meanwhile, the Boston Federal courthouse was evacuated this afternoon after a bomb threat was received.
Here's my response to a question I received from "A Stressed Dad.'
Several news outlets are reporting that a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings is under police custody.
A new Nielsen report analyzes media habits of 12- to 34-year-olds and finds that those in the 12 to 17 age range spend 18% more time watching video on a mobile phone than 18- to 24-year-olds, and a huge 46% more than those 25- to 34-year-olds.
Two Brazilian missionaries held in a Senegal jail without charge for five months are now free on bail.
The French Senate voted to legalize same-sex marriage last week, ignoring the protests of hundreds of thousands of traditional marriage supporters.
George Beverly Shea, 104, of Montreat, North Carolina, soloist of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA), died this evening(April 16th) following a brief illness.
This won’t come as a shock, but there seems to be precious little tolerance for the views and opinions of Christians in public schools lately.
If the Supreme Court legalizes same-sex marriage, what next?
Growing up in Southern California in the 1960s and ‘70s, the Los Angeles Dodgers were my team. I can still hear the poetic Vin Scully calling the games on the radio. (Pictured below) His play-by-play was the soundtrack of my summers.
Yesterday’s USA Today ran a piece by Kirsten Powers, a columnist and political commentator, that questioned why the trial of Kermit Gosnell isn’t making front page news.
A weekend of violence left 20 dead, seven of whom were Christians, after three artillery shells crashed into a Central African Republic church.
Evangelical leader David Barton endorses book which touts Latter Day Saint views of history and prophecy
John McCandlish Phillips Jr., an acclaimed New York Times reporter who left his job to become an evangelist, died April 9 at age 85 after a long bout with pneumonia.