Frank Molinaro's journey to the Olympics has been a bit of a roller coaster ride, to say the least.
I had always known that this might happen: After three years, my husband had decided that he no longer wanted to take part in our faith. Although I wasn't completely shocked by his decision, the pain and loneliness of finding myself alone in our family's spiritual practice was very real.
The other day while I was walking, trying to get into the habit of exercise, I glanced over to my left and noticed a tall pine tree.
On a recent Saturday afternoon I went to the golf course. No one was with me. The golf course was almost empty when I got there, and by the time I finished mine was the last car in the lot.
Mankind must have the proper disposition toward the word of God. When it is read, it should be read even as Nehemiah had it read, "So they read in the book in the law of God distinctly, and gave the sense, and caused them to understand the reading" (Nehemiah 8:8).
My friend slides the slender white box across the table at a quiet Mexican restaurant. “I brought you something.”
Evangelist Ray Comfort is known for producing documentaries that drum up a fair bit of controversy, while also drawing attention to common theological debates.
Despite the hand-wringing that has unfolded in some circles over the current state of our culture — and increased fears over the Islamic State's ongoing rash of terror — a prominent psychologist says the world might not be so awful after all.
Amid ongoing chaos in Iraq and Syria, a Muslim woman is taking a leading role with a prominent Christian charity, helping to feed and clothe displaced Christians around Iraq — a quest motivated by her intense "desire to help out."
The murder of an 85-year-old priest at a church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, France, stunned many throughout the world who realized even houses of worship aren't off limits to terrorists.
For many athletes competing in Rio, reliance on personal faith and the quest for Olympic success go hand in hand. Gymnast Gabrielle "Gabby" Douglas is certainly among those who fit into that category.
Four in 10 Americans now hold mixed views on illegal substances, believing hard drugs should stay illegal, but recreational drugs, like marijuana, should be allowed, according to a newly released Barna Group study.
If a bomb fell on a wedding celebration before the cake was cut, would the couple still be married? This was the question posed to the Rev. Matthew Seddon and his classmates in their college course on rituals.
The First African Missionary Baptist Church Senior Mission Ministry invites the public to come help celebrate 88 years of serving the Lord at 3 p.m. Aug. 14.
Australian atheists are apparently frustrated over an old joke involving religious affiliation that has taken on a problematic life of its own.
Popular Christian rapper Lecrae — a performer who has been increasingly vocal about police brutality and race relations of late — is once again speaking out.
A cancer-stricken teacher died just days after hundreds of students showed up outside of his home to serenade him with Christian worship music.
Does holding prejudiced views automatically make someone a bad person?
A world-famous priest who served as one of Rome's most sought after exorcists for more than 30 years has died.
Americans raised by divorced parents are less likely to be religiously affiliated later in life, according to a new survey from PRRI and Religion News ...
An ongoing legal battle over a live nativity scene in a public high school's 2014 Christmas show just took another intriguing turn.
"Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep."
Popular Christian singer Luke Smallbone believes that too many people today are being negatively affected by the entertainment they're consuming.
Nearly half of Americans say atheists (40 percent) and Muslims (45.5 percent) contradict their vision of the United States, according to new research on ...
A conservative, pro-family organization is taking aim at the National Collegiate Athletic Association's decision to pull championship events out of North Carolina — a decision ...
Have you ever considered telling your children to fail?
Critics of a transgender rights bill signed into law by Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker earlier this summer have launched full-swing into a repeal campaign to ...
A Muslim teen has issued a passionate appeal to the organization that oversees the creation of emojis, proposing a number of symbols that represent her ...
Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine ignited a firestorm with his claim that he believes the Catholic Church will eventually abandon its current opposition to ...
Some churches in the District of Columbia have uncovered the "secret" to reaching millennials — or so proclaims the headline of a recent Washington Post story.