Can you really have an accurate understanding of the Word without acknowledging the Spirit’s power for our day? And can you really walk in the fullness of the Spirit without being grounded in the Word?
Polygamists popped the corked on a champagne of their own after the June DOMA ruling, as they wait their turn for nationwide acceptance. And they just got one step closer with the Utah bigamy ruling.
Is it OK for a Christian woman to let her breasts hang out because she doesn’t feel convicted by it? If God gave it to you, should you flaunt it for His glory?
A former activist in the gay rights movement who left homosexuality for a relationship with God in 2007 has drawn the ire of homosexual activists after marrying a woman.
Harold Camping, sometimes referred to as the "doomsday prophet" for falsely predicting the Lord’s return on multiple occasions, has passed away. He was 92.
A school board in Oregon voted Monday to terminate the teaching contract of Bill Diss, a teacher who has been an outspoken opponent of Planned Parenthood.
Many Christians in the West celebrate Christmas with door-to-door caroling, special church services and family gatherings. But in countries like Iraq, many skip celebrating Christmas for fear of persecution.
Vruir Avanessian, senior pastor of an Assemblies of God church in a Tehran suburb, was sentenced last week by the Revolutionary Court of Tehran to 3 1/2 years in prison.
Kermit Gosnell, 72, smiled slightly after he was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Cynthia Rufe in Philadelphia for what prosecutors said was running a "pill mill" that served to prey on the community.
In November, the U.S. Senate passed a version of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which the FRC's Peter Sprigg says unjustly interferes with the liberty of employers to determine their own standards for employment.
Turkish authorities refuse to explain why a Canadian-American street evangelist is on their blacklist, but he says it is because of his Christian evangelism in Istanbul.
She has been called the "Sarah Palin of the Prairie." But South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem is blazing her own trail in Washington.
The Christmas holiday brings peak attendance for most churches, and an increasing number of U.S. religious groups are using the boom time to wow parishioners on YouTube and Instagram.
Social conservatives who have argued for marriage solely between one man and one woman have long warned that allowing gay marriage would ultimately lead to allowing polygamy. Is polygamy the new gay marriage?
The Rev. Frank Schaefer said Monday he would refuse to surrender his clergy credentials voluntarily and continue to perform gay marriages in opposition to his denomination’s orders. What will the Methodists do now?
Wikipedia's research and analysis team has released what they believe is the list of the most significant figures in human history. You may be surprised to learn who ranked first.
Have you ever wondered why the divorce rate among Christians is higher than non-Christians. Os Hillman offers insight into a problem plaguing the church.
Many charismatics are shaking their heads, wondering how a leader of John MacArthur’s caliber could make such extreme statements about the movement. Dr. Michael Brown offers insight in a new book.
While family members have asked for prayer for Billy Graham, a close associate says his condition has remained relatively the same for weeks.
Mormon feminists wore pants to church services on Sunday, rather than their usual dresses or skirts, as a symbol of gender equality and inclusiveness in the traditionalist faith.
The cross, located between the Pacific Ocean and a major interstate highway, is surrounded by walls displaying granite plaques that commemorate veterans or veterans groups. Will the Supreme Court come to its rescue?
Last month, radio personality Rush Limbaugh railed against the pope for written comments made on the world economy. Amid debate, the pontiff is now clarifying his stance.
For the past year, a Christian woman who lives in Damascus with her family has been writing about what daily life is like in war-torn Damascus and Syria. Find out how you can pray for them this Christmas season.
With college costs already astronomical and rising, saving for them isn't just a year-end thing. But if those prices have got you down, there are some ways to max out your savings before 2013 ends.
Evangelist Nick Vujicic spent the past year traveling to 24 countries, delivering a message of hope, love and the power of Jesus Christ. Now his powerful story is being told in a new Web series.
Fifteen lawyers representing detained Protestant pastor Zhang Shaojie and members of his church in Nanle County, Henan province, are staging a hunger strike to demand access to their clients.
In October, 26-year-old Adnan Prince was accused by a work colleague of insulting Islam, the Quran and the Prophet Muhammad. World Watch Monitor caught up with Prince from his jail cell in Lahore.
The Belgium Senate has overwhelmingly passed a bill to allow euthanasia for children. The country already allows euthanasia for adults, but the new bill removes all age limits.
Today, an estimated 900 churches and 6,500-plus missions and house churches can be found across Cuba. And Cuban Baptists are sending missionaries to other parts of the world.
The latest school shooting is a manifestation of that hatred which inevitably results when a nation forgets its rightful Lawgiver and turns from His principles that were given to ensure the well-being of all God’s creation.
The climate under Obama has gotten so bad, Russian President Vladimir Putin feels emboldened to claim for Russia the mantle of world moral leader. What has become of the U.S.?
The ruling was a victory for Kody Brown and the four women he publicly lives with on the TLC television show Sister Wives. But what does it mean for polygamy laws in Utah and beyond?
Are you fighting internal battles that seem to be getting the best of you? Jentezen Franklin explains how to defeat Satan.
Starting over is never easy. Here's Jennifer Stafford's story of how she and her husband bounced back after closing a chapter in ministry.
Are you going through a challenging season in your life and wondering if the fire of God is still burning in your heart? Here's how to keep the fire of God alive during a dark time.
The effectiveness of a flu shot might not be as strong as you think. Find out why Dr. Chauncey Crandall is against getting it.
You can partner with God to bring His holy fire on the earth. Here's how you can pray for a fresh move of God.
Despite losing five babies and struggling through deep depression, here’s why I can celebrate Christmas with pure joy—and how you can too.
Your perspective could be flawed when you can't tolerate certain people in your life. Here's how God changed Christy Fitzwater's perspective of the unbearable people in her life.
If you look the wrong way, the enemy will put you in a stranglehold that tries to choke the Word out of your mouth. Find out how to avoid Satan’s trap.
From her encounter with Gabriel to her experience at Pentecost, Mary's journey parallels that of any woman who pursues God's promises for her life. Learn how Mary overcame the spiritual warfare on her prophetic journey.
Doctors told Coleman Phillips’ grandmother she had six months to live. But during a service at Angelus Temple, Aimee Semple McPherson spoke a word of healing and she lived another 50 years, powerfully impacting the future of her family.
Police were responding to reports of a shooting at a Colorado high school on Friday in which two people may have been wounded, local media reported.
Prime Minister Netanyahu could have said almost anything other than that he was staying away because the cost of attending the funeral was prohibitive. Michael Brown sorts out the controversy.
A single mother in Michigan scared away an intruder by reciting God’s Word. Amazingly, she was not seriously hurt, and her special-needs daughter was completely unharmed.
In a nation that has recently attempted to neuter the holiest of holidays, it was a pleasant surprise to see theme parks in Orlando celebrating a traditional Christmas.
A federal district court judge in California ordered the removal of the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial in San Diego late Thursday. ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow called the decision “deeply flawed.”
ESPN has decided to allow a Christmas commercial from a Catholic children’s hospital after initially banning the ad for its religious content.
Like John the Baptist prepared the way for Jesus’ first coming, demonic forerunners are preparing the way for Satan himself with deceiving agendas that target the confused, hurt and lost.
Three pastors were among those killed in the recent interfaith violence in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic. More than 400 people died in three days of violence, according to the Red Cross.