'I'm Not Ashamed': True Story Based on Christian Student Killed in Columbine Shooting Releases This Month
“I’m Not Ashamed,” a true story based on the life of teenage Christian student Rachel Joy Scott who was killed in 1999 Columbine high school shooting, is set to release this month.
Youth from across the US celebrated "Bring Your Bible to School Day" on October 6.
A baby was born in Mexico with “three parents,” about five months ago to parents who had had four miscarriages and lost two children. The mother’s DNA is a carrier of Leigh syndrome which affects the nervous system of the infants because of which her children died at young age.
A new bill that would allow pastors to voice their perspectives on politics was sponsored and introduced by House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La) and US Rep. Jody Hice (R-Ga) on Wednesday.
Crossway has decided to reverse the changes it had finalized in ESV Bible, after the alterations were heavily criticized by leading Bible experts and church leaders.
Most Americans Have Superficial Knowledge of Bible, Hold Inconsistent Beliefs About God and Bible, Study Suggests
A majority of Americans are vague about theology and do not rely on everything in it even though they maintain that Bible is written by God, according to a new LifeWay Research.
Disney Movie ‘Queen of Katwe’: A Real-Life Story of God Leading Uganda Girl to Become National Chess Champion Through Sports Outreach Ministry
A girl living in slums of Uganda had an encounter with God through an evangelistic Sports Outreach Ministry (SOM) which introduced her to chess. As Phiona Mutesi grew in Jesus, she found that He has gifted her to play chess -- and to be marvelous at the game. She then goes on to become a national champion. This is the real-life story "Queen of Katwe" produced by Disney, where Mutesi is played by actress Lupita Nyong'o.
A vigil was held at Metropolitan Baptist Church on Wednesday, which was attended by Christians, Jews, Muslims, and people of other religions from all across Tulsa to mourn the death of Terence Crutcher who was killed on Friday by a police officer Betty Shelby.
A band whose songs are played by over 50 million people around the globe on Sundays released the movie "Let Hope Rise" on Friday, which documents the band's journey and the testimonies it has experienced.
Aaron and Melissa Klein, the Christian owners of a bakery in Oregon, continue to stand firm in their position on violation of their First Amendment right when they were fined $135,000 for declining to make a cake for same-sex wedding ceremony in 2013. occasion
Religion Supporting US Economy by Generating More Revenue Than Apple, Google, and Amazon Combined, Says Study
A new study published in interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion said that religion contributes more to US economy than Facebook, Google and Apple combined.
Nabeel Qureshi Releases Video Describing His Stage IV Cancer Prognosis, Says He Has Hope in Living God
Christian evangelist Nabeel Qureshi released a 10-minute video on YouTube in which he gave the details of his stage IV stomach cancer. He told his viewers that American Cancer Society statistics say that survival rate for people with stage IV stomach cancer was 4 percent, but he trusted in God to heal him.
Phyllis Schlafly, Conservative Activist Best Known for Her Role in Opposing ERA, Passes Away at Age 92
Phyllis Schlafly, a conservative political activist and a devout Catholic, who was involved in mobilizing women against the Equal Rights Amendment, passed away at the age of 92 at her home in St. Louis.
Barna Study: Women Positively Impacted by Social Media, but Many Report Feeling Negative Emotions of Loneliness and Comparison after Overuse
A new study which sought to examine women’s experience with social media was launched by Barna in collaboration with Proverbs 31 Ministries. It found that women’s excessive interaction with social media added to their feelings of judgement, loneliness, jealousy and comparisons.
A new research on teens commissioned by American Bible Society and carried out by Barna revealed that about 70 percent of the teenagers owned a personal Bible.