We were deeply troubled that earlier this month, the House of Representatives allowed themselves to be drawn into a political black hole when they followed the lead of Representative Steve King of Iowa, (a longtime opponent of sensible immigration reform), and passed his very ill-advised amendment to de-fund DACA, as part of the 2014 Department of Homeland Security spending bill.
Frank Page, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Executive Committee, spoke with The Christian Post at the SBC's annual meeting about the impact suicide has had on his family, following the death of his eldest daughter, Melissa, in November 2009. Page exposes the process of grief, hope and healing survivors of suicide experience in his newly released book, Melissa: A Father's Lesson from a Daughter's Suicide.
It's getting tough to keep track of all the scandals that have emerged since Obama has become president. Why? Obamabots didn't want to see the truth about their Savior and the Press surrendered their 4th Estate duties when a half-black ran against a woman.
A shark attack at Surfside Beach in Texas has left swimmers shocked and frightened following the incident on Monday.
The semester at Liberty University was barely over when I decided to fly half way around the world to see for myself what was happening among the world's most war torn people -- the Syrians.
"He leads me beside quiet waters, He restores my soul" (Ps. 23:2-3). You have probably heard this passage countless times. But no matter how often this beloved psalm is recited, we still seem to miss the full impact of its important message: God restores our soul.
Preaching is central to the worship services in most churches. Indeed most services are built around the message. The sermon is critical to the life and health of a church.
An upcoming atheist hotline, meant for people struggling with their faith but have nowhere to turn, is a "wrong number whose service should be disconnected," said a Christian philosopher, pointing out that its backers lack philosophical rigor and find themselves at an intellectual impasse.
Reports in Western media about the victory of a moderate cleric in Iran's presidential election have raised expectations for change in the Islamic republic, but local Christians doubt the next president, Hassan Rouhani, will be able to alleviate Christian persecution.
Steve Green, president of Hobby Lobby, an arts and crafts retail chain, was honored Saturday that the Faith and Freedom coalition's "Road to Majority 2013" conference with a "Courage in Business Leadership" award. The Christian Post interviewed him about the company's current lawsuit over the birth control mandate and the "Green Collection," the world's largest private collection of biblical antiquities and artifacts.
Chicago Blackhawks vs Boston Bruins takes place in the Stanley Cup Final 2013 Game 3 on Monday night. The series is all square as things move to Boston following two opening games in Chicago. Boston have done well to bring things back to their home ice all level, and they will not be hoping to capitalize and build on their good work so far.
Business magnate and television personality Donald Trump came to the defense of Miss Utah, Marissa Powell, as a growing chorus flooded the 21-year-old with a deluge of mockery online for flubbing her response to a question some think was too loaded in the Miss USA pageant on Sunday night.
A British woman convicted of aborting her baby just two days before her due date has had her prison term reduced after London's Court of Appeal found her original 8-year sentence "manifestly excessive."
Two Utah Boy Scouts leaders who joined a cadre of Scouts donning official Boy Scouts uniforms in the Utah Gay Pride Parade over two weeks ago were sternly warned that the next time they decide to make a political statement like that, they could lose their membership in the organization.
Edward Snowden, the ex-CIA whistleblower responsible for "the biggest intelligence leak in the National Security Agency's (NSA) history, denied allegations that he was a Chinese spy.
The Evangelical Presbyterian Church is set to have the record number for their 33rd General Assembly, which will be held at Cherry Hills Community Church in Colorado.
Richmond Outreach Center founding pastor Geronimo "Pastor G" Aguilar, who resigned with three other pastors from the church amid an explosive sex scandal on June 5, will continue to receive his $115,930 annual salary and reside in the church's half-million dollar parsonage until December.