As Oklahoma residents grapple with grief and loss following a series of deadly tornadoes, crisis-trained Rapid Response Team chaplains are there to listen and pray.
- Russian Punk Band Member Starts Hunger Strike to Protest Court Ruling
- Boy Scouts Set to Vote on Gay Youth Ban
- British Soldier Hacked to Death on Street in Apparent Terrorist Attack
- Turkish-Armenian Writer Jailed for Blasphemy
- Appeals Court Strikes Down Arizona Ban on Abortions at 20 Weeks
- Senate Panel Passes Immigration Bill; Obama Praises Move
- Boy Scouts to Vote This Week on Lifting Ban on Gay Youth
- Survivors Pulled From Oklahoma Tornado Debris as Toll Falls
- Far-Right Activist Commits Suicide in Paris Notre Dame Cathedral
- Deadly Tornadoes Still Pose Threats Across US
Three out of four young people leave the faith these days, according to a 2011 Barna survey. But the good news for worried parents is about half of those kids will find their way back.
Lying deep in the center of Africa, the nation of Chad is nicknamed the “Dead Heart of Africa.” Learn how brave Christian missionaries are giving up everything to bring God's Word to this nation.
A website that launched this week will allow individuals who have had their babies aborted a chance to acknowledge and grieve their loss, as well as memorialize the unborn child—without guilt or politics.
British authorities want to know if two men who hacked a British soldier to death outside an army barracks in London on Wednesday were part of a wider terror plot.
Family Research Council President Tony Perkins and Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel David Cortman express their disappointment in the Boy Scouts of America's decision to allow gay members.
The animated movie is family friendly, for the most part, but creepy gargoyle villains and bats could be very scary for small children. Read more of our review of 'Epic.'
Michael Youssef offered the gift of eternal life in Christ on the first evening of a three-day mission in Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim nation, at the Istora Stadium on Thursday night.
Stories of hope and heartbreak are emerging from the wreckage of the tornado in Moore, Okla., as trained chaplains with the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team begin ministering to the survivors of the deadly storm.
A new study has found that American veterans who had a negative experience serving during World War II attend church more frequently today than those who were less troubled by their service.
The second annual Global Outreach Day is set for Saturday worldwide. Its vision is to mobilize Christians in more than 200 nations to bring the gospel to the lost in every corner of the world.
We may not fully understand why tragedies occur, but it’s important that we anchor our attitudes in Scripture. Read as David Shibley discusses how we should respond according to the Bible.
In deeply religious Moore, Okla., God and prayer are frequently mentioned as sources of strength for residents reeling from the fourth damaging tornado in 15 years.
Sadness. Unprincipled. Risky. These are among many words John Stemberger uses to describe the Boy Scouts of America's decision to allow openly gay members. Find out why he thinks this is the beginning of the end for the group.
This is not the first time Piper has generated theological debate through Twitter. After blogger Justin Taylor suggested Rob Bell’s “Love Wins” book was universalist, Piper tweeted “Farewell Rob Bell” with a link to the post.
Amid an outcry from religous and pro-family groups, find out what the Assemblies of God has to say about the controversial decision--and what the largest Pentecostal fellowship plans to do next.
In April, the Vatican said Pope Francis wanted the Catholic Church to "act decisively" to root out sexual abuse of children by priests and ensure the perpetrators are punished. Is this settlement decisive enough?
The Boy Scouts of America approved a proposal on Thursday to end a ban on openly gay scouts that has been in place throughout the organization's 103-year history, the group said in a statement.
The America that increasingly deems homosexual relationships to be morally acceptable is the same America that increasingly deems having children out of wedlock to be morally acceptable. And this is supposed to be a sign of progress?
Matt Carter and Colt McCoy are joining a growing chorus of more than 300 actors, pro athletes, musicians, politicians and other celebrities lacing up combat boots for the Boot Campaign's photo awareness effort.
During Monday's daily news briefing, White House press secretary Jay Carney told reporters, "The misconduct had stopped in May of 2012." Jay Sekulow calls that assertion offensive and inaccurate. Find out why.
The IRS is supposedly backing Planned Parenthood while harassing adoptive familites. In 2012, they requested additional information from 90 percent of returns claiming the adoption tax credit. What's going on?
A “big force” is pushing Egypt toward greater conservatism and religious extremism, an Egyptian bishop says. However, he still believes the country can enjoy transformation of a different kind.