At prayer healing services in some Pentecostal churches, pastors invite people infected with HIV to come forward for a public healing, after which they burn the person’s anti-retroviral medications and declare the person cured.
A missionary has been killed and several churches set ablaze in attacks by Nigeria’s Islamist group Boko Haram in neighboring Cameroon.
Aid agencies estimate that up to 2 million children may be at increased risk for trafficking in the wake of the disaster.
A month on from the massacre in the Syrian village of Sadad, Human Rights Watch has spoken out against the war crimes committed there.
Gratitude is more than listing things for which we are, or should be, thankful. It is an attitude combining thankfulness and humility from which flows verbal iteration of and intellectual reflection upon our blessings.
As we recognize ‘National Adoption Month,’ thousands of teens in the U.S. need a home. How will you help care for them?
There’s something strange about Kerry Nietz’s new Amish romance novel.
There’s no question Christian martyrdom exists worldwide, yet the question remains: Exactly how many Christians are killed for their faith?
Relief aid workers to be commended for immediate response in light of mass destruction.
There’s an old joke that says: How do you describe an atheist at his funeral? “All dressed up with no place to go.”
Christian solidarity, cultural engagement are key to a spiritual renaissance in America's largest city.
Robert Gates, who led the military in its repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,’ will become the Boy Scouts’ national president next year
Human rights activists question whether tweaks to the infamous one-child policy will make a difference
On a Veterans Day broadcast program, televangelist Kenneth Copeland and David Barton told listeners that soldiers should never experience guilt or post-traumatic stress.
While politics is an important part of the equation, politics alone will not decide the progress of the pro-life movement.
While only 7% of pastors' kids no longer consider themselves to be Christians, 1 in 3 pastors' kids are no longer actively involved in church.
The Vatican said it would display for the first time bones believed to be the mortal remains of St. Peter, the leader of Jesus’ 12 apostles, to mark the end of the Year of Faith, Nov. 24.
Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest storms on record, slammed into the Philippines Friday. More than 1,200 people are feared dead. Thousands more are homeless as property damage and destruction of infrastructure are widespread.
After cancelling all planned speaking engagements, Phillips, however, on Wednesday (Nov. 6) said he will still maintain ownership of the affiliated Vision Forum Inc., a for-profit company.
A group of leading evangelicals is expressing concern over the recent dismissal of the American Bible Society’s new president after just six months on the job.