Don’t blame me for writing yet another article on LGBT issues. Blame Beto. Or Booker. Or Biden. Or Buttigieg. Or Warren. The Democratic presidential candidates are pushing this agenda, and quite aggressively at that.
Imprisoned Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani has ended a three-week hunger strike protesting the regime's prohibition on his children’s ability to complete their education because they refuse to study Islam.
The Rev. O’Neal Dozier, the outspoken leader of the Worldwide Christian Center in Pompano, Florida, who voted enthusiastically for President Donald Trump in 2016, says he's now begging God to remove him from office through impeachment.
The U.K.'s Office of Communications, also known as Ofcom, has slapped a satellite television service provider with a fine of over $32,000 for airing a religious program featuring controversial televangelist Peter Popoff hawking miracle spring water that promises to cure cancer and other diseases.
Christians traveling to Saudi Arabia are being warned not to publicly display their Bible while in the country or travel with more than one copy of the text, despite the kingdom's recent openness to tourism.
A judge in Texas has struck down an Obama-era federal regulation that would have required healthcare providers and insurers to perform gender-transition procedures and abortions even if they go against their medical judgment or violate religious convictions.
Employees of Canada's major airline will no longer be greeting passengers by the sex-specific "ladies and gentlemen" or the French "mesdames et messieurs" and will instead use the gender-neutral phrases "everyone" or "tout le monde."
Partly inspired by the recent suicide of pastor Jarrid Wilson, a mental health advocate, Wheaton College’s Billy Graham Center is set to host a one-day evangelical summit to address issues of leadership, burnout, and mental health.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is facing criticism for talking publicly about what it's like to be a “Christian leader” in a speech that was that posted to the State Department’s website over the weekend.
Hevrin Khalaf, a female politician who worked to unite Christians, Arabs and Kurds in Syria was among nine individuals executed by a Turkish-backed group in the northeast region of the country, according to a human rights monitor.
Kevin Adell, the white owner and CEO of the Word Network billed “the largest, African-American religious network in the WORLD,” refused to apologize for sharing a meme which depicts him pimping popular black preachers.
Democratic presidential candidates Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg have rejected Beto O’Rourke’s support for stripping churches of their tax exemption if they oppose same-sex marriage.
Russell Moore has warned that while Christian life in contemporary Western culture has largely neglected the concepts of demons and demonic powers, spiritual warfare is a reality Christians face “all the time,” both overtly and covertly.
Former U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy and wife have welcomed their ninth child into the world. The pro-life couple revealed the little girl has Down syndrome and a heart condition that will require surgery in just a few months.