Houston abortionist Douglas Karpen is being accused of performing illegal late-term abortions similar to the ones Dr. Kermit Gosnell was convicted of last week.
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On June 12, the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference will hold a special town hall meeting and prayer rally on the topic of immigration reform in Washington, D.C.
Christian music veteran Carman, who was diagnosed with incurable cancer earlier this year, has raised more than $233,000 to fund his first independent album in a decade.
Now in its 24th year of leading national and international Christian revivals, Harvest Crusades with Pastor Greg Laurie will host an event this fall in historic Philadelphia, the birthplace of our nation.
Last week’s conviction of Gosnell on three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of three babies has many asking when life begins—and how we can protect it in the future.
Find out why Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison say President Obama gave lawlessness a spur in his 2010 State of the Union address, and we should not be surprised by the IRS scandal.
The Supreme Court affirmed America’s long-standing practice of opening public meetings with prayer in 1983 and now has the opportunity to do so again in a case involving a New York town.
Unknown vandals spray-painted graffiti in an apartment building in the Talpiot neighborhood of Jerusalem on Monday, where Women of the Wall member Peggy Cidor resides. Find out why the vandals are threatening the Israeli intercessor.
We cannot become starched Christians, too polite, who speak of theology calmly over tea. So said Pope Francis on Pentecost Sunday.
The director of Bound4LIFE explains why he believes God is moving right now in answer to much prayer and that the deadlines for abortion are now manifesting.
Early last week, Cyclone Mahasen was expected to bring death and destruction to the coastlines of Burma and Bangladesh. Though it changed course at the last minute, there is still a lot of work to be done.
Growing up Roman Catholic, Matt Maher never imagined his childhood interest in music would lead to a career as a Grammy-nominated, chart-topping Christian rocker—let alone him becoming a crossover artist featured on Christian radio.
Kids nowadays are acting like young adults online. Just give them an Internet-connected device, and they will find a way to things parents would like to ban forever. Be aware of what's going on, and protect your kids.
For Christians and other morals-minded federal employees, it’s no longer enough to just shut up and “stay in the closet”—to live your life in silent recognition of biblical principles. Silence will be interpreted as disapproval.
U.S. District Judge Susan Webber Wright granted an injunction sought by abortion rights groups, saying the ban was "more than likely" unconstitutional and ordering that implementation be delayed until a legal challenge to the law can be tried in court.
A comic book writer is urging Hollywood to tone down Man of Steel and make the new film PG, saying it's wrong to make a Superman movie not fitting for children.
Many people are hurt when the sin of a spiritual leader is exposed. What can you do if this happens in your church?
Every day we pass up opportunities to reveal Jesus to others. But with a little creativity, we can seize those moments for eternity.
A new exhibit at the Billy Graham Library entitled “Rooted in Prayer – Biblical Truths for Everyday Living” that opened Thursday shares a glimpse into the heart of a ministry grounded in prayer.
A 2010 college graduate shares how she had to trust God when she founded Golden Baobab, an organization that awards three annual prizes to the best authors and illustrators on the African continent.
One of the most common outcries against calling out false doctrines insists, “Thou shalt not judge.” Jennifer LeClaire insists we must judge a righteous judgment in the midst of a heresy hurricane.
The hate speech of Lorant Hegedus’ wife, Eniko, may cost the Protestant pastor his role as the far right’s favorite clergyman in Hungary.
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.