At an event attended by hundreds of conservatives in New Hampshire Saturday, three 2016 Republican presidential hopefuls blasted President Obama's signature healthcare law and shared their views on the party's future.
On Palm Sunday, we reflect on how people spread out palm branches before Jesus as He entered Jerusalem days before He was crucified. But, there is more to what this day signifies than just the palm branches or people's profession about the "Messiah," says one Christian writer.
President of the Council of Churches of the City of New York and senior pastor of Brooklyn, N.Y.'s 30,000-plus member Christian Cultural Center A.R. Bernard, called on black church leaders Friday to develop a framework to address the myriad issues facing the black community in contemporary America.
President Barack Obama, lashing out at Republican-led efforts to strengthen voter ID requirements, poked fun at critics who have hounded him since the start of his first term about his birth certificate and the validity of his office.
Pacquiao vs Bradley 2 could arguably be the biggest boxing match of the year, as the two fighters come together for a rematch shrouded under the controversy of the first fight's split decision in favor of Bradley.
Manny Pacquiao will face Timothy Bradley on Saturday night in one of the most eagerly awaited boxing matches of the year. This rematch is built upon the controversy surrounding the points decision for Bradley in the first fight, and that just goes to make this match up even more exciting.
Barcelona will play Granada on Saturday in the Spanish La Liga, with the Catalan side knowing if they can claim all three points today they will return to the summit of the table – with Atletico Madrid not playing until Sunday.
Real Madrid vs Almeria takes place on Saturday as the Spanish La Liga continues to move towards its climax, and as it stands, things are still a three-horse race between Real, Atletico Madrid, and of course Barcelona.
The husband and wife team behind the Oscar-winning Frozen said on Thursday that while Disney is open to bringing in the talents of a diverse list of songwriters, God is the only thing that they have seen censored since they have worked there.
President Barack Obama declared Friday that he will not allow attacks on the Voting Rights Act to go unchallenged and argued that there should be no argument about the right to vote among political leaders.
The day after a FedEx truck slammed into a tour bus filled with high school students in Northern California, killing 10 people including five teenage students who were on their way to a college recruitment event, witnesses and survivors spoke about the deadly crash.
President Barack Obama on Friday announced that Sylvia Mathews Burwell, director of the Office and Management and Budget, would be his nominee to replace the embattled Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. The announcement comes seven months before the midterm elections.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has said Christianity is now the most persecuted religion around the world, and that Britain should be "unashamed" in standing up against persecution of Christians and other religious groups.
While "word of mouth" is the best advertisement, it should not be an excuse to sit back and wait for students to flow into your classrooms. Recruitment, aggressive recruitment, should always be the "modus operandi." Actually when enrollment is strong, marketing be even stronger. It helps to protect during the lean times. Recruitment, however, even aggressive recruitment won't assure fiscal strength unless tuition, spending, and salaries, essentially the entire budget is in balance.
Without oxygen, your body will die. And without "spiritual oxygen," your spirit cannot come alive. Only the Lord can give life to your body. And only the Holy Spirit can give "spiritual oxygen" to your spirit. The Christian life is as miraculous as breath itself. Receiving life-giving oxygen into your spirit is as easy as taking your first breath after being born. It just happens.
A dramatic, unilateral change is taking place in the content of the College Board's Advanced Placement U.S. history course. In fall 2014, almost half a million high school sophomores and juniors will learn a version of U.S. history very different from the course of study now in place.
Minister Rick Wood has fed the homeless for six years, but now a city ordinance is threatening to end his ministry. Hear him talk about his calling to serve God and the homeless.
My seven-year-old son stated emphatically, "Mom, you know soon they will have to change the national anthem. You know, Mom, that part that says, 'the land of the free.' That's not true anymore."
The National Organization for Marriage, a nonprofit group that advocates for traditional marriage, is expecting tens of thousands of people from across the United States to join their June "March for Marriage" in Washington to "show the world that the marriage debate isn't over."