Current page: LATEST NEWS
Pastor David Jeremiah of the multisite Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, California, warned that Christians are living in a “post-truth world” where biblical truth is “slowly” vanishing.
America’s domain of responsibility has exceeded its leaders' competence.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer will reportedly retire from after the current term, offering President Joe Biden his first chance at a high court nomination.
Some have expressed skepticism over a claim that hundreds of unmarked graves of indigenous children were found at former Catholic-run residential schools in Canada that made international headlines and led to widespread vandalism and burning of churches last year.
Amazon Prime Video is working on a docuseries about popular Christian reality TV families, including the Duggar family, and their connection to a conservative Christian organization Institute in Basic Life Principles.
Comedian Kevin James and Taylor Lautner, stars of “Home Team,” have reflected on how the forthcoming Netflix sports comedy highlights the important role a father — or a father figure — plays in the life of a child at a time when the role is often diminished in entertainment.
Feminist groups are urging the Archivist of the United States to publish the Equal Rights Amendment as the 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, while pro-life organizations are insisting that the ERA is dead.
UPtv announced they will not air the 11th season of “Bringing Up Bates” and are canceling the show because the network has decided to go in a new direction.
A pro-life activist is pushing back on a Democratic politician's description of himself as a “pro-choice pastor,” insisting that “a pastor knows the value of human life.”
Michael Youssef says blaming tragedies on sin is 'pagan thinking,' says it's natural to question God
Megachurch pastor and author Michael Youssef advised his congregation Sunday not to give in to “false guilt” when asking God “why” a tragedy occurs, insisting that “questioning God is OK.” But, he warned listeners not to believe that all tragedies are caused by sin, a mindset that he says is found in churches today.
The head of the Presbyterian Church (USA) has doubled down on earlier comments suggesting the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian Territories was comparable to slavery.