Born again Christians have a different view of the personal qualities of the presidential candidates, according to a recent Barna Group survey.
International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) apologized for police’s lack of initiative in building trust between the police and minority communities and “historical mistreatment” of racial minorities.
A new study has found that children who spend time in foster care are at a significantly greater risk of psychological and physical health problems which range from asthma, obesity, and developmental delays to depression, learning disabilities, and behavioral problems.
When it comes to voting for a presidential candidate, there are racial and political divisions among American evangelicals, according to a LifeWay survey.
Pro-Life Organizations and Congressmen Express Opposition to New Rule Prohibiting States from Defunding Planned Parenthood
Pro-life groups and lawmakers are protesting a new rule proposed by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to inhibit states from restricting the Title X funding to abortion providers including Planned Parenthood.
American Psychological Association (APA) released the findings of their annual “Stress in America” survey which reveals that this year’s presidential elections is a source of anxiety to many Americans.
Outreach magazine has published its yearly list of the fast growing and largest churches in the United States.
Hundreds of Iraqi Special Forces assembled near the ISIS-held Mosul in preparation for an anticipated confrontation with the militant group to uproot them from their stronghold city.
Members of some religious groups that have higher incomes tend to be better educated than most Americans, according to a recent survey.
Leaders of various religious groups have called on President Barack Obama to reject a US Commission on Civil Rights (USCCR) report which says that religious organizations discriminate under the guise of religious freedom.
A new survey by Pew Research Center found that for the first time in over four decades American support for death penalty was not a majority view.
Similar to the findings of several studies, a recent Barna study found that Donald Trump has the lead in the share of evangelical votes compared to Hillary Clinton, but it also found that a large portion of evangelicals also do not want to vote for either.
'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.
InterVarsity Asks Staff to Come Forward to Disclose Stances on Sexuality, Part Ways in Case of Mutual Disagreement
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship has given its staff members an option to stay in the group based on their common sharing of organization’s theological beliefs on sexuality.
In the face of the destruction caused by Hurricane Matthew, Christian aid groups have come to provide relief to those affected both in Haiti and in the southeastern states of the United States.