South Carolina is one step closer to removing a Confederate battle flag from its capitol grounds in Charleston following a vote taken in the state Senate.
Fans are hankering for more updates about AMC's hit post-apocalyptic TV drama series "The Walking Dead," and its upcoming Season 6. Here's the latest we heard.
There isn't much to reveal about Zachary Levi's character in the upcoming revival series of NBC's hit supernatural TV drama series "Heroes," which is aptly called "Heroes: Reborn."
Reclaiming an identity more meaningful than manhood and womanhood. How do I live as a woman in this wild corner of the world? I couldn’t answer that when I first came to the Alaskan wilderness as a 20-year-old bride of a fisherman. I couldn’t even ask the question, mostly because I did not consider myself a woman. Show More Summary
The VIP guest list on the upcoming second season of Fox's hit TV drama series "Empire" is expected to grow even longer. And just this week, another high profile personality is set to appear in a rather interesting role.
Singer Meghan Trainor, who has been diagnosed with a hemorrhage on her vocal cords, announced new dates as well as further cancellations of her shows.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft says lives were changed after he sponsored a trip to Israel where Hall of Fame football players were baptized in the Jordan River.
CD Projekt Red recently announced a not-so-great-news that it won't be releasing the expected 16th DLC for its hit RPG game, "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" this week.
Grammy award winning gospel singer Tasha Cobbs recently announced the official release date for her sophomore album, "One Place Live."
Media reports of the last week have speculated that recent fires at black churches are racist arsons somehow linked to the horrible murders at the historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina.
Answers in Genesis CEO and President Ken Ham has said that Christians who believe in evolution are compromising on God's truth, which can also lead to falsely justifying adultery and other "sinful tendencies."
After spending most of June giving President Obama new authority to negotiate trade deals with low-wage countries in Asia, congressional Republicans are now poised to spend July giving Obama new authority over education in America's public schools.
Over the last few decades, Americans have seen the destruction of the institution of marriage between a man and a woman, the removal of God's Word in several areas, and the blatant murdering of millions of babies. This is an indictment against America and the pulpit is partially responsible - our silence speaks volumes.
It can be disappointing to hang out with modern Christians today. For all the emphasis on love, grace, and happiness, we seem to have forgotten that sin is real.
During the past few days a number of commentators have discussed the numerous parallels between the Supreme Court's recent decision in Obergefell v. Hodges and the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
Persecution watchdog group Open Doors says Christian refugees fleeing ISIS in Iraq and Syria are among the last groups to receive help, and is calling on churches and Christian communities throughout the world to step up and provide for their brothers and sisters in Christ.
Hey, America! You’re special in God’s eyes. At least according to yourselves. Meanwhile, the rest of the world is rolling its collective eyeballs. Here’s some stuff people were linking to on Twitter yesterday: Relevant Magazine posted a Lifeway survey result that 53% of Americans think God is special. Warren Throckmorton posted an I-told-you-so about Glenn […]
Science is meant to be the opposite of a belief system. No one underlined this point more securely than Charles Darwin, who devised a theory of evolution that defied the strongest belief of his time, the all but universal belief in the bible version of the origins of man. Show More Summary
Fallout from the Supreme Court decision to redefine marriage has already begun. Pray for these county clerks across the country who are faced with the decision to quit their jobs or go to court.