By now you have heard that an estimated 26 Christians were killed in Egypt this past weekend. This is not the first time that Christians have been targeted in violent acts over there. Since the ouster of former President Hosni Mubarak, Cairo and its surrounding cities have become a dangerous place for followers of Jesus Christ.
Fertility rates in Western countries are dropping like a stone. Why? Brazil provides one clue.
300 million people play games online every week, and the possibilities for outreach are endless.
Thirteen bikers rode 766 miles across the southeastern U.S. to raise money for tornado-ravaged towns, families and churches.
Converts from Islam find persecution is tolerable until it affects their little ones.
Coptic leaders call for three days of fasting, praying and mourning in the wake of the worst violence against Egyptian Christians in modern history.
The pastor of Jerusalem’s largest Messianic church says the truth about the Palestinian Authority’s push for statehood isn’t being told.
Can a faithful Christian vote for a Mormon candidate?
My daughters all struggle with the bad images that our culture sends women, but chief among these is not the Disney princess.
The U.S. Supreme Court affirmed the right of humanitarian aid organization World Vision to hire only Christian staff.
Laws that try to criminalize political incorrectness simply make ordinary people with traditional values law-breakers.
The gay-rights movement, intentionally or not, ignores or distorts a small set of inconvenient truths.
Christians considering the life and death of Steve Jobs will do well to remember once again the power of an individual life.
Thousands remain in need in the northern Philippines after back-to-back typhoons ravaged the region last week.
Wycliffe Bible Translators agreed to new standards in a debate over contextualizing Scripture for Muslim settings.
While gay rights activists insist on the need for same-sex “marriage,” the 2010 census tells a shockingly different story.
Eleven Christians have received death threat emails, and misinformation continues to spread about Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani's case.
There is not only a new level of attacks on religious minorities in the world’s largest Muslim-majority country, but a political bent that accommodates Islamist extremism.
It's nice to have one of "our guys" in the Oval Office, but it doesn't validate our faith.
Envy is a vice, not a virtue, and certainly should not be political strategy.