Religious groups will not be allowed exemption from a law that all employers must provide insurance that covers contraception.
Egyptians mark the first anniversary of protests that ousted a dictator and produced an Islamic parliament.
Several thousand college and high school students gathered to learn from leaders in the pro-life movement.
To the class-warfare-minded ideological minority, a rich American paying a tax rate of "only" 15 percent is a scandal of the first order.
Ostracized by his family and fired from his job, a young Christian convert overcame a false accusation.
The terrorist group killed more than 200 in vicious attacks on Friday, driving fear once again into the Christian community.
A sharia court launched a campaign threatening to ostracize those who decline to convert to Islam.
What worries me about this year is all these falling bricks. But while we tear down the foundation of civilization, God is building up.
What we often forget is the second casualty of an abortion culture: the consciences of countless men and women.
A high regard for animals should not translate into a low regard for God and man.
The quarterback's faith has energized Christian athletes and started conversations, but others say it won't change the way they share their faith.
This year there are numerous opportunities for faith-affirming journeys throughout the world.
Why does abortion continue to remain so divisive to we the people of this republic? Because we the people never got to vote on it.
From classrooms to bureaucracies, liberals keep making new rules for people's lives.
The 2012 Open Doors World Watch List shows Islamic extremism on the rise, but many Muslims are also turning to Christ.
Many say teaching fifth-graders about sexual orientation and eighth graders about the morning-after pill infringes on parental rights.
15-year-old Susan Ithungu lost the use of her legs after her father locked her in a room for six months for leaving Islam.
The Obama administration is promoting and emphasizing gay rights at the expense of everyone’s God-given freedom of religion.
Early in January, Bryan Fischer, issues analyst with the American Family Association, threw his support behind the belief that HIV does not cause AIDS.
Any attempts at political bridge-building should not be construed as papering over real, deep and significant theological differences.