Iowa's Democrats and Republicans have been first in line to pick their presidential favorites since 1972. Christians need to pay attention in 2016.
"We must demand that any congressman who votes to continue the killing, dismembering and selling of baby's body parts be removed from office on Nov. 8, 2016."
A new book is meant to help Christians who continually struggle to find the right approach, balance, and tone in their political witness pave a new way forward.
American Family Radio's Bryan Fischer says the mysterious attraction evangelicals seem to have for Donald Trump makes little rational sense.
"We hope some candidates will distinguish themselves from the pack by calling for eliminating Common Core and restoring local control of curriculum with parental input."
It's not the president you think. It's the president he says he despises.
The president of National Right to Life explains why you and your vote are going to be very important in 2016.
For kids who aren't born "perfect," in the age of Roe v. Wade, the question always lingers: "If they had known, would they have kept me?"
Evangelicals must become much more sophisticated politically if we hope to re-establish a biblically based culture.
In what is being embraced by Hillary Clinton as the highest praise, Planned Parenthood, America's longtime leading provider of abortion, is enthusiastically endorsing Clinton as president.
Christian talk radio host says voters can begin to focus on a binary choice, comparing the two candidates side by side.
If we continue to elect people in violation of the Constitution, then there is no point to having it as the law of the land.
American parents have been infantilizing their children, shielding them from failure, and passing the blame to anyone but the child.
The answer to the question "What did the Framers mean when they said 'natural-born citizen'?" is not as easy to find as one might think.
With preparation, local churches can find creative ways to help alleviate the economic burdens in our counties.
Fidelity in marriage is not impossible. Millions and millions of American men are doing it every day.
It has become clear that while Trump is considered a flamboyant entertainer by many, he has become in fact a serious candidate on the Republican side of the ledger.
The Republican Party has fielded several highly qualified candidates this time, but for me, there's one who stands out from all the rest.
"The intelligence picture we have of this particular conflict zone is not as rich as we would like it to be."
The lack of understanding of the spiritual depth and commitment of private religious charities is shocking, and shows the depth of the intolerance of the behemoth secular state.
Phyllis Schlafly discusses the specific authority Republicans in Congress have given up, rather than confront President Obama.