Former President George H.W. Bush and his wife Barbara attended a wedding a few days ago, and it made national news.
Government is broken because the society that elects it is broken.
Our 24/7 news cycle is consumed these days with American politicians sparring over the debt ceiling and the implementation of President Obama's controversial healthcare plan, both important debates to be sure. Meanwhile, the tragic fact that followers of Jesus Christ are being targeted and slaughtered across the globe is given scant attention.
"I'm afraid to get out from my home and walk in the streets of the village," says Father Youannis Shawky, a Coptic priest. "The situation is so dangerous for us here."
To mark the one-year anniversary of Saeed Abedini's imprisonment for his Christian faith Sept. 26, thousands of people will attend prayer vigils in more than 70 U.S. cities and 13 countries worldwide.
Anguish and anger has erupted across Pakistan since Sunday after two suicide bombers killed dozens of people as they were leaving church services.
As newly elected Iranian president Hassan Rouhani arrived at the United Nations this week, he crossed paths with the wife of imprisoned Iranian-American pastor Saeed Abedini.
Members of the Islamist terrorist group al Shabaab, wearing black turbans and carrying grenades and automatic weapons, ordered women, men and children to line up. Those who were Muslims could go, they said, but anyone who was not a Muslim would be executed.
In the wake of catastrophic flooding across a wide area of northern Colorado, a disaster relief unit from Samaritan's Purse arrived in Boulder County this week to help homeowners by removing mud, debris and ruined belongings from homes -- and to share the hope found through Christ.
In July, the pope's remarks on gays captured headlines around the world. Speaking at a news conference aboard the papal plane, Pope Francis told reporters, "If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?" Now, in a new interview, the pope has opened up further about his views on gay marriage and abortion – two topics some critics say he has not discussed enough.
Rescue and relief aid workers have continued to work diligently in spite of the fog, heavy rain and flooding that has left mass devastation across a wide area of northern Colorado.
The American Center for Law and Justice has launched an online campaign to help secure the release of American pastor Saeed Abedini, who is serving an eight-year prison sentence in Iran because of his Christian faith.
An early morning shooting at DC's Navy Yard has left at least 12 people dead, according to D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray. At least three people are in critical condition, and Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier says officials have found "multiple victims inside [the building] that are deceased."
When Laxmi Sovi, a Christian widow in India's Chhattisgarh state, heard her door opening one morning last month, she could not have guessed that by the next day she would be hospitalized and her home demolished.
A Syrian Christian woman speaks from her heart about the war, how Syrian Christians are dealing with it, and what we can do.
As Congress considers military action in Syria, I thought it might be helpful for Christians to review briefly the way theologians have engaged the question of war.
How should we remember this pivotal time in history?
The president wants to launch an attack against Syria. How should Christians think about this issue?
It seems so logical: live together, see if it works, and then get married. Except things just don't work out that way.
As the Obama administration considers a strike in response to recent chemical attacks, the head of a global evangelical group said Wednesday that Christians in the Middle East oppose military intervention in Syria.