Today there is an onslaught of dangerous teaching sweeping through the body of Christ. Pastor David Ravenhill says the enemy has blinded our eyes through super-sizing the true message of grace. He warns Christians not to be deceived.
- Brazilian Judicial Panel Paves Way for Gay Marriage
- Disgraced Cardinal to Leave Scotland for Penance
- South Korean Film Director Pushes Gay Marriage Agenda in Asia
- Seattle Man Dribbling Soccer Ball to Brazil Dies After Being Hit by Car
- Nineteen Shot in New Orleans Mother's Day Parade
- Turkey Uncovers Alleged Plot to Kill Orthodox Patriarch
- Gosnell Trial Update: Jury Deliberates Ninth Day in Abortion Case
- Colorado Legislature Votes to Tax Recreational Marijuana
- Brother of Blind Chinese Activist Says He Was Beaten Up
- Jury Deliberates Seventh Day in Gosnell Abortion Murder Trial
Has the reality of hell been lost on today's generation? Salvation doesn't come from joining a church or being a good person. Are we teaching the Biblical perspective on salvation? Find out.
Aptly named for its heavy content, Star Trek Into Darkness will entice Trekkies with its familiar feel, but caution is advised for a younger audience. Read our review of the recently released film.
Charisma Media Founder Steve Strang shares why we must do more than just remember the day of Pentecost.
Today, there’s a lot of misunderstanding regarding what the Bible says about homosexuality. Pastor Larry Tomczak brings clarity.
Is there a cover-up in the making? Did Obama know about what evangelist Franklin Graham called the “un-American” moves in the IRS? More fingers are pointing to the White House in the wake of the IRS scandal.
Pat Robertson is receiving criticism for the advice he gave to a woman whose husband cheated on her on Wednesday's edition of The 700 Club. Watch the video to find out what he said.
In an era of reality television, audiences can watch almost anything—from real-life housewives to young New Jersey partygoers to a high-stakes weight-loss competition. Now pastors are joining in on the action.
Holding banners saying "Stop Homosexual Propaganda in Georgia!" and "Not in our city!" the demonstrators swarmed into a square in central Tbilisi, where about 50 Georgians were rallying in support of gay rights.
As many as a quarter of the 273,000 Boy Scouts connected to Catholic-run troops could leave, some leaders estimate. Still, many Catholic parishes welcome the move to allow openly gay Scouts into their troops. Will the issue divide the Catholic Church?
After losing steam in recent years, the anti-Shariah movement has scored a string of victories by, ironically, leaving the words “Shariah” and “Islam” out of bills that restrict state courts from considering foreign law.
If the enemies of Planned Parenthood wanted to make the organization look bad, they could not done have a better job than the baby-killing corporation did for itself with its new slogan and ad campaign, Michael Brown says.
The U.S. Department of Education has announced that it will replace the terms "mother" and "father" with "parent 1" and "parent 2" on its student loan forms. But critics say the move is “deeply offensive.”
The man convicted of killing Kansas late-term abortion provider Dr. George Tiller is accused by prison officials of trying to intimidate a woman who reopened Tiller's clinic in April.
What is the gay community’s ultimate goal? It isn’t just to get acceptance. It is far more than that. Os Hillman takes the cover off the gay agenda.
According to news reports, the outbreak of tornadoes was “by far the year’s deadliest.” At least six people died in the tragedy, with more than 100 injured and hundreds more left homeless. Find out how Billy Graham chaplains are helping the recovery.
A new study shows that it’s not the Republican Party that’s waging a war on women—it’s Hollywood! Movieguide's Ted Baehr reveals how the sexual revolution Hollywood helped usher in during the 1950s and '60s has been a disaster for women and children.
Despite outcries from Christian organizations and leaders, Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan announced controversially last month that an amnesty was being considered with Boko Haram. And the deadly persecution continues.
In light of the Internal Revenue Service's demand that conservative groups reveal the internal workings of their organizations, American Center for Law Justice's Jay Sekulow explains why the IRS is out of control.
A Washington florist is countersuing the state attorney general, who sued her last month for declining to act contrary to her faith and use her creative talents to beautify the same-sex ceremony of a long-time customer.
Just days after a Philadelphia jury found abortionist Kermit Gosnell guilty of the murder of three newborn children and the negligent death of a patient, evidence of similar atrocities has surfaced in Houston.
A new national study shows that Canadians are turning their backs on organized religion in ever greater numbers, even as the number of Muslims doubles to exceed the 1 million mark. What's going on?
Boko Haram terrorists are believed responsible for the murder of a popular Pentecostal pastor in Nigeria.