Writing this post may be one of the dumbest things I've ever done. I am the president of the world's largest Christian resource company, and I'm talking about the problems with church programs.
Climate alarmists constantly revise their language in search of a catchy phrase that captures, and obscures, our reason and will. Hence, "catastrophic, anthropogenic (manmade) global warming" (CAGW—clear and specific) morphs into "global warming" (vague), which morphs into "climate change" (more vague).
The conversation surprised me. I was recently meeting with about a dozen members of a church that was on the precipice of closing. During their perceived "good old days," the average worship attendance was in the 40s and 50s. Now the church attendance was in the teens. The church was on metaphorical life support.
The Islamic State terror group released 10 Assyrian Christian hostages on Tuesday night in the Tel Temir town in Hasakah province, northeastern Syria, but over 150 remain captured and threatened with death.
The brother of Shahbaz Bhatti, a government minister who was killed by terrorists for opposing the controversial blasphemy laws in Pakistan, told the U.K. parliament that his country finally appears to be moving toward religious freedom.
A Christian student organization has been reinstated by a California academic institute as a recognized student group after being barred for wanting to have religious requirements for their leadership.
The Democratic National Committee released an ad titled "Inciting fear isn't presidential" that attacked Republican presidential candidates for saying the words "radical Islam."
The city of Newark plans to honor the Rev. Ron Christian, who was found dead last month inside his office at the Christian Love Baptist megachurch in Irvington, New Jersey, by renaming a street after him.
The Creation Museum's Ken Ham has accused Google of promoting what he called the "atheistic religion of naturalism" with its front page illustration of evolution Tuesday.
Many health-related problems Americans face are directly related to hunger and malnutrition, according to a new report by the ecumenical Christian anti-poverty group Bread for the World.
Evangelicals who support gay marriage are not "intellectually honest" and are unfaithful to the biblical teachings on sexuality and marriage, Family Research Council Senior Vice President Rob Schwarzwalder said Tuesday.
A once struggling, predominantly white church in Florida has experienced amazing growth since merging with a predominantly black megachurch.
A California congregation was forced to halt a scheduled service Sunday morning after their 39-year-old children's pastor and beloved father of five collapsed and died from a "cardiac event" after pouring his heart out during an impassioned sermon.
Terror attacks have increased more than ever, indicating that we are living in the last days, and the life of Noah in the Old Testament teaches us how to live as Christians in these days, Pastor Greg Laurie of California's megachurch Harvest Christian Fellowship said in a sermon.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has said the terror attacks in Paris made him doubt the presence of God.
Pastor Carl Lentz discusses his brand of preaching, the misconception of celebrities in his church and the Starbucks red cup controversy on the "The Breakfast Club".
Singer and pastor Le'Andria Johnson is distributing cigarettes and condoms in the street as she joins a cast of preachers on the upcoming Oxygen network docu-series, "Preachers of Atlanta."
National Geographic Channel miniseries "Saints & Strangers" captures the faith and miracles between Pilgrims and Native Americans as Pilgrims settled in America.
During a conversation about the Syrian refugee crisis on Tuesday's episode of ABC's "The View," co-host Whoopi Goldberg criticized Republican politicians' calls for a Christian-only Syrian refugee resettlement program.
Belgium's capital Brussels has been put on the country's highest alert due to "a serious and imminent threat" after reports that an Islamic State, or ISIS, terrorist, suspected to be part of the attacks on Paris a week ago, was in the city, apparently armed with a suicide belt and trying to get to Syria.
The Church of England has warned of a "chilling" effect on free speech, after leading U.K. cinemas refused to show an ad for the Lord's Prayer, citing it could offend people of other faiths or no faith.
As president of a country whose Christian population is quickly vanishing, Syria's Bashar al-Assad has said he sees Vladimir Putin as the only world leader defending Christianity.
A newly released report on global terrorism has claimed that Nigeria's terror group Boko Haram killed more people than ISIS in 2014.
"Duck Dynasty" reality TV star Missy Robertson is the author of "Blessed, Blessed ... Blessed," a new book about her family's humble beginnings and the many challenges they have faced along the way.
A former Cuban prisoner of conscience who was imprisoned for 22 years by Fidel Castro's Communist regime will be honored as the recipient of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty's highest honor.
FRC President Tony Perkins highlights 11 instances when men and women risked everything to defend prayer and their religious convictions against intense societal, political and spiritual opposition in his new book, "No Fear."
A scientist has denounced the merit of a recently released study that claimed atheist children were more altruistic than religious children.