Praying for your child's deliverance? Take a lesson from this little-heard-of mother in the Bible.
Bishop David Huskins suffered chronic heart problems for years and recently talked of taking at least 90 days off from ministry duties. Police found his body in his home.
At least one pastor is refusing to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge—and it has nothing to do with an aversion to freezing water.
As our nation continues to openly embrace sinful behavior, acceptance of immorality as the norm will only increase. What's the answer?
Do homosexuals wake up 1 day and decide to be gay? Are they born that way? Here's another take on the issue.
Believers throughout the English-speaking world were shocked and saddened to hear that Vicky Beeching, a greatly loved songwriter and worship leader, has announced that she is gay. How should we respond?
In the sight of man, a church with a large building, budget and attendance might equal success. But in the sight of God, it may have nothing to do with success.
John Munro is on paid leave for "extremely serious" allegations.
The ALS organization conducts embryonic stem-cell research. So should Christians participate?
Author and pastor Craig Gross discusses why the social-media phenomenon should be impacting the way the church thinks.
When leaders are captivated by their religious system, they become blind to the pure Word of the Lord. Jesus said, 'Woe!
I wanted to like the new film until I realized it wasn’t based on the Bible.
Matt Barber writes a heartfelt letter to false prophets, false teachers and Christian apostates with hopes that it would lead to repentance and right-standing with God the Father.
A letter from nine Mars Hill pastors offers disturbing news.
Michael Brown, author of Can You Be Gay and Christian?, is showing us how to respond to issues like Vicky Beeching's coming out.
A viral movement that aims to raise awareness and money for ALS research has some unintended consequences.
"The church is very aware of all of the issues and takes great pains to make sure this kind of behavior is not going to be repeated."
Michael Youssef explains what's really happening in Iraq.
Phil Munsey encourages the detractors of Joel Osteen, whom he calls a "friend to sinners," to believe the best and to pray for him. Could Osteen one day be regarded as one of the most effective pastors of our time?
A Wisconsin school district has apologized for showing students a one-sided video that promotes same-sex marriage and attacks religious views to the contrary.
There's been a lot of criticism of the hypergrace movement, but Joseph Mattera says all of Joseph Prince's teaching isn't beyond the biblical boundaries. Still, he has serious concerns.
It's been causing chaos for thousands of years, but you can stand up against this sinister spirit. Here's how.
'Where is he now?' is the uncomfortable question many of us have asked about Robin Williams or after the unexpected death of someone close to us, especially if it was an apparent suicide.
Being a pastor's wife is like living in a glass house. You're under constant public scrutiny. Here are nine things she wishes you knew about her life.
Do you ever wonder why Christian kids who are home-schooled or attend Christian schools break away from their faith when they get out of the home? Here's why they abandon their faith.
Instead of making excuses for our poor dietary choices, here are some suggestions that could lead to positive choices.
Driscoll will step down for at least six weeks while church leaders review formal charges lodged by a group of pastors that he abused his power.
"Some people have told us this campaign has an impossible goal."
When I look at all the evidence, I think atheists have a weak argument.
Military and intelligence officials obviously are taking seriously the threat that ISIS wants to bring its horrific brand of terror to America and fly its flag over the White House. Could it happen?
Hired guns are accusing the clergy of perpetrating a fraud. Who's really breaking God's law?
One man is calling for educators to tell the truth and for the church to fast and pray for one vital reason.
Utah just decriminalized polygamy even while polyamory is rising. Where do we go from here?
The videos and pictures of people dumping buckets of ice on themselves has gone viral. Here's 1 woman's take on the challenge that's dominating social media.
While his mother was a Christian Scientist, his father was an Episcopalian. But where did the comic genius stand on faith?
Seven of the 16 Amish have already served prison sentences, but may soon be set free.
If you think that Israel's anti-missile defense system provides comfort and assurance to its citizens, then think again.
Are some pastors making themselves out to be God with their Sunday morning sermons?
"Me and my wife have a ministry. We distribute brochures that tell people about Christ. ... That is where my heart is."
Sometimes American preaching can sound more like the 'American Dream' than what Jesus or Paul preached. How far off are we?
With homosexual activism on the rise and public support on the rise, how are Christians to respond? Here are three ways to love gays without condoning their sin.
God has not called us to be nice. He has called us to be good. Nice people never confront evil and error, but good people do.
This football chaplain's jaw dropped when he got the news.
Pierce reported on July 15 that her husband had suffered a stroke in two areas of his brain, and she wrote about his condition multiple times a day since then.
"Right from the days of the Old Testament, God spoke through visions and dreams. So it's not something new."
"Unless there's some gigantic breakthrough I'm unaware of, I would never think of touching anti-depressants again."
Abortion activists are playing off the Ice Bucket Challenge with a wicked twist.
The biblical prophets and apostles used these steps from Genesis to Revelation. See how you can put them to work in your own walk.
A Christian disaster-response organization has been on the ground in Iraq for nine months and says its people won't leave despite threats from ISIS, whose ruthless gunmen are nearby.
Mark Armitage, the scientist who was terminated from his job because of his religious beliefs, speaks out.