Every church would say they are in it for the mission. Which is why misfiring on that mission is something to be avoided at all costs. Yet it happens all the time.
While media attention has focused on Cairo, other Egyptian cities are also in tumult.
An Ohio school district that once allowed the display of a portrait of Jesus in a middle school has agreed to pay $95,000 in legal fees to groups that sued to have the painting removed.
A new Canadian study challenges the mainstream insistence that children living with same-sex couples are "no different" than children living with married, heterosexual couples.
We have no idea the impact our random acts of kindness might have on the people receiving the good deed – that’s the lesson found in a beautiful Thai commercial that recently took the Internet by storm.
Regret weighs down many Americans. According to a new study from LifeWay Research, almost half feel the weight of a bad choice from their past, even though a vast majority believe God gives second chances.
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Muslim Fulani herdsmen killed 10 Christians in three villages in Plateau state last week in what authorities called a cattle-rustling attempt, but a visit to the home where eight members of one family were killed revealed the presence of no cows.
As schools in 45 states and four U.S. territories implement the standards this fall, some Christians see the heavy hand of government in the state-led goal posts for K-12 students in English and mathematics.
He’s 15 years old. Only a child when you think of it, but too old to be adopted in the eyes of so many.
"People wonder why I am still staying in this country," says Hanna, a Christian woman living in Damascus. "I ask myself the same question time after time."
Facebook has announced it is loosening its privacy policies for teenagers, allowing minors to share information publicly on the social network.
A Wisconsin high school choir will be able to continue with a Christmas tradition.
A recent business article caught my attention, lamenting the lack of discipline people have toward their work. And this can be just as true of the spiritual life.
President Barack Obama signed a measure into law reopening the federal government and averting a potential default.
A Michigan woman has filed a wrongful-termination lawsuit against InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, saying she was fired because of her divorce even as two male colleagues kept their jobs as they went through divorce and remarriage.
Most Christians are familiar with Jim Elliot, one of five missionaries killed in the jungles of Ecuador in the 1950s. Fewer people know about Jim’s brother, Bert.
Iran's continued mistreatment of its Christian minority was raised at a recent meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council.
The Southern Baptist Convention's GuideStone health plan and two other non-profit religious groups are suing the Obama administration over its contraception coverage mandate.
A new University of Texas at Austin study reveals that teens for whom puberty begins early and who have rapid pubertal development are at greater risk for experimenting with cigarettes, alcohol and marijuana.