Tim Hawkins points out the different styles of raising hands in worship, and you'll be on the floor laughing!
When Mercury was found as a 4-day-old kitten, he was missing his front legs and part of a back one. In spite of his disability, he lives and plays to the fullest, and we can learn from him!
North Korea's supreme leader, Kim Jong Un has reportedly ordered the execution of 33 people for converting to Christianity and receiving money from a South Korean Baptist missionary to start 500 underground churches.
American Jews "sold out Israel" to support President Barack Obama says Republican congresswoman Michele Bachmann from Minnesota and she is now warning that he is "threatening Israel" to give up its land to terrorists which will lead to a "final war" that will reduce Israel to a rubble.
Troubled pop star Justin Bieber showed off his many tattoos to police officers at the Miami Beach Police Department's jail after he was arrested on DUI charges on Jan. 23. See the Christian-themed ones in the mix.
Support for redefining marriage to include same-sex couples has reached a new high, according to a Washington Post/ABC News poll released Wednesday. On both sides of the issue, those who strongly held their position outnumbered those who expressed ambivalence.
Christian writer and intellectual Wesley Hill, who identifies as gay, has entered the fray of an increasingly meshed LGBT and church climate through his decision to pursue chastity.
Author Camille Paglia, a self-described "notorious Amazon feminist," recently said about today's gender-bending days "What you're seeing is how a civilization commits suicide" (referring to the demonization of men by aggressive feminism). She added that today's generation has "no models of manhood." It appears that the emotional lava flowing out of the volcanic reaction to broken male culture in the '60s is turning from bright orange to a hardened and desolate landscape of ash. The gender scenery is shifting again.
If we have an unforgiving spirit toward another person, we ourselves experience a form of bondage. An even worse type of emotional imprisonment can result from guilt over wrongdoing and the belief that God must condemn us for our sin. If that's your situation, you don't understand divine pardon.
When asked about the conviction of David Yonggi Cho, founder of world's largest Pentecostal congregation in South Korea, for embezzling $12 million from his church, popular pastor John Piper took the opportunity to warn pastors in the U.S. who might "love money," in a recent message.
A little girl turns 9 and it looks like she's living the perfect life. But then things start to go wrong, ending in a grim, unexpected reality.
Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey was reportedly spotted reading Christian author Lee Strobel's The Case for Christ.
Jefferson and Alyssa Bethke offer their thoughts on this often-asked question about relationships.
One of the major reasons why moms are vigorously opposing schools adopting the much-ballyhooed Common Core standards is that they are tied to the gathering and storing of in-depth personal data about every child. The files are called longitudinal, which means they include information from birth and track the kids all through school and college.
When "12 Years a Slave" Director Steve McQueen accepted the Oscar for "Best Picture" on Sunday night, he dedicated the award to the 21 million people still in slavery today. Experts drew a comparison between sex trafficking and the struggles of Solomon Northrup, the film's main character, and also compared modern slavery and Christian persecution.
Seven words set off a Twitter firestorm: "First off I want to thank God." What do we know about Matthew McConaughey's faith? How is it relevant to us today?
Criticism and conflict is one. I do have a few observations about this number one issue. First, it seems to be growing, and pastors seem to be experiencing greater challenges. Second, most of the issues of conflict are not doctrinal issues.
Innocent blood is crying from the ground of North Korea. While I'm pleased that the U.N. is urging the international community to get tough on the North Korean regime for destroying the lives of its twenty-five million people, there's a worldview irony peeking out from the pages of its recent report.
As I lead a church and Christian daycare with multiple employees, I am looking carefully at the health benefits we should provide, including the impact of Obamacare. Most people are now willing to admit that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is not a perfect law. Maybe any law with well over 11 million words is bound to have some problems. But while most of the attention has understandably gone to the millions of Americans who are losing their health coverage or their doctors, the problem of the ACA's assault on religious liberty still looms large.