Penelope Trunk had two abortions—one when she was in the midst of a professional volleyball career and another when her post-volleyball career was “soaring.”
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It's clear that the culture around us is infusing Christian thought and practice far too much. Find out how Family Research Council's Rob Schwarzwalder says we can combat this.
A new Pew study shows media coverage around the time the U.S. Supreme Court first considered homosexual marriage had more supporter content.
Two retired fire captains—now trained BGEA chaplains—are at the scene of the Black Forest fire in Colorado Springs, Colo. The fire has destroyed nearly 500 homes, making it the most destructive wildfire in the state's history.
President Obama’s nominee to lead the Federal Communications Commission must commit to enforcing current decency laws or the U.S. Senate must reject him, Morality in Media argues.
An Oklahoma pastor contends the image of the Native American compels him to be a “mobile billboard” for a pagan religion. A federal appeals court ruled the suit can proceed.
There are a lot of ridiculous myths that have become folk legends via the Internet, but Michael Brown explains why the idea that the name Jesus is related to the Greek god Zeus is one of the most ridiculous myths of all.
Alveda King explains why it's time to let the babies and their mothers off the abortion bus.
Gospel superstar CeCe Winans learned from Mom and Pop Winans' godly example about raising kids. Here's some wisdom from CeCe on how she raised her children to love God.
Convictions for insulting Islam are common in Egypt, ruled by Islamists after the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in 2011, but more rare for cases involving the minority Christian faith.
U.S. entertainer Barbra Streisand on Monday took a swipe at Orthodox Jews in Israel who compel women to sit in the back of buses and assault them for following religious rituals traditionally reserved for men.
The Obama administration made an agreement with the University of Montana after the school was investigated for improperly handling sexual assault cases, but the policy widely opens the door for the suppression of free speech.
Senior Roman Catholic and Lutheran officials announced they would mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017 as a shared event rather than highlight the clash that split Western Christianity.
Dozens of abortion clinics are running "houses of horrors," and Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver is urging Congress to investigate all abortion facilities.
President-elect Rowhani often is portrayed as being a "moderate" Iranian cleric, but because of his loyalty to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, Open Doors contacts from the region don't expect positive changes.
A group of radical Islamists have targeted and attacked Christians in Bangladesh. In both incidents, the attackers have operated with impunity.
In the wake of the Obama administration's NSA scandal, liberals and conservatives are agreeing like never before. Matt Barber says it's time for them to come together and do something about America’s Barack Obama problem.
The victory of a moderate in Iran's presidential election has kindled the hopes of liberals for a return to the "golden years" of reformist president Mohammad Khatami.
Four attacks within the last three weeks in Niger have raised the specter of a growing Islamist threat in the country.
Viewed through the lens of domestic politics, Obama’s Syria epiphany looks conveniently timed to deflect attention from an ever-swelling wave of scandals. What is really going on?
Despite repeated requests from religious leaders and anti-abortion activists for permission to be involved, city officials in Philadelphia cremated and buried the 47 bodies from abortion provider Kermit Gosnell’s case.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus called for the immediate removal of all offensive and degrading materials, including pornography. Will Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel follow suit and make this order military-wide?
The families of victims and the citizens of Newtown, Conn., are still in the process of recovering from a horrible tragedy. You can help ease the burden.
Discover an enticing new diet two British journalists say will not only help you lose weight, but also cut cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes.
Read why Maoz Israel’s Chaim Goldberg says this alone will keep the "BDSers" away from the theater for the new Man of Steel movie.
For 20 years a coalition has been working on the first-ever video Bible for Japan's deaf community. The work isn't finished yet, but the impact among deaf Christians is already deep.
Jack Kelly shares what is happening in Hollywood ministry, and explains how you can help.
The Druze are a receptive people, welcoming and willing to listen. But in the core of their worldview, they are very resistant to accepting Jesus. Despite that, one missionary has made a significant impact for the work of the gospel.
Get-rich-quick schemes, er, programs are a dime a dozen—but they’ll leave you with empty pockets and plenty of useless products if you buy into them. And the get-rich-quick gospel may cost you a little more.
Discover what in your diet can contribute heavily to belly fat—and what you can do about it before you encounter serious health issues.
In a day when some preachers are compromising their moral standards or stretching the truth if it suits their purposes, Jack Hayford is still a paragon of strength, maturity and humility.
Despite increasing persecution, an Islamic-leaning government and economic hardship, Christians in Egypt are seeing a move of God shape the nation beneath the surface.
Discover why Ari Sorko-Ram, who retired recently from the pulpit, can rest assured that his Spirit-filled, Hebrew-speaking congregation in Tel Aviv will continue to spread the gospel with fervor.
The beloved comic book superhero Superman returns in Man of Steel, the highly anticipated rebooted version of the icon. Though it has positive and spiritual elements, caution is advised. Read our review to find out more.
In this critical time, many church leaders and ministries are afraid to speak out against homosexuality. Larry Tomczak discusses the nation's moral depravity and explains how the U.S. can see a Third Great Awakening.
The persecution of Christians in Tanzania continues. Two pastors have recently been attacked, and the police are doing little about it.
Pope Francis has used his daily homilies to focus time and again on what is emerging as the central theme of his pontificate: building a “poor church, for the poor.” Where does the Catholic Church go from here under his leadership?
Arguments that a Philadelphia faith-healing couple did not know their baby was sick enough to die failed to convince a judge to dismiss murder charges arising from the death of their infant son in April.
During his first days on campus, Oral Roberts University President Billy Wilson announced the formation of a Presidential Task Force on the globalization of ORU. Find out how the task force will fulfill the global mandate of the university.
Michael Brown shares an illustration that has stuck with him since he became a father more than 35 years ago and explains how dads can celebrate every Father’s Day without regret.
Following Tuesday’s Senate vote to debate immigration reform, Sen. Rand Paul offered the keynote address on the topic at a town hall and prayer rally in Washington, D.C.. Find out what he said.
A new bill in California will allow students of any gender to access public school bathrooms and locker rooms of their choice and to participate in sports activities based on that student's own gender identity.
In the news for wasting millions on videos, staff conferences and targeting conservative groups, the Internal Revenue Service now faces a claim that someone in the supposed independent agency committed a felony to silence opposing views on marriage.
Four years on from the contentious elections of 2009, more than 50 million Iranians are eligible to vote Friday for which of the six candidates they wish to be their new president.
Women may get abortions, but without men, there wouldn't be any abortions. Now some men say it's time for males to step up and end this war on women.
There's a myth that young America does not care about life and that we should abandon our pro-life advocacy if we want to reach the younger generations. A new report may help break that mindset.
France redefined marriage in April, but at the time a poll showed around 15,000 mayors were opposed to the new law. One mayor is willing to go to jail for what he believes. Is America next?
Pro-life activists have increasingly turned toward enacting new restrictions at the state level to the abortion procedure, which was made legal nationally by the U.S. Supreme Court's 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade. And it's working.
Drawing strength from God's Word on the back nine of the U.S. Open, Webb Simpson felt a calmness like never before last year at the Olympic Club. Find out how faith in Christ sustains the defending champ.
Authorities shut down four Maryland abortion clinics and suspended the licenses of three doctors in May.