Christians Challenged to Give Up Plastic This Lent

Ash Wednesday marks the first day of the Lenten season, where Christians are encouraged to pray, fast, and abstain. This year, Christians are urged to reduce plastic waste this Lenten season.

Christian Bookshops in the UK Plea for Survival

As people become more mobile, buying Christian materials are now done online and this caused many Christian bookstores in the UK to close shop.

Tajikistan: Baptist Calendars Destroyed, Children Banned from Sunday School

A new religion law in Tajikistan made it harder for members of religious minorities to practice their faith in the predominantly Muslim country.

Bibles Unharmed After Church Fire in West Virginia

A dangerous fire burned down a church in Grandview, West Virginia on March 3, 2019, but miraculously, the church's Bibles and crosses were left unharmed.

Remembering the Rally in Riviera for Corey Jones

Three years and four months after un-uniformed officer, Nouman Raja shot and killed Corey Jones, the jury has pronounced their verdict: Nouman Raja is guilty of first degree murder.

Why Do Women Tend to Take the Bible Literally? Study Explains

A new study conducted by Baylor University explains why women are more likely to believe the Bible is literally true. The study found that it is more than just gender that affects a person's interpretation of the Bible.

Shedding Light on Government in the Sunshine State

While spring break and springing forward are familiar events to Floridians, the governmental process may be a bit of a mystery to them. Now is the time to shed some light on how the state’s legislative process works.

Most Sinful States in America

A new study published by WalletHub revealed that Nevada ranked first in its 2019\'s Most Sinful States in the country.

Hate Crimes Against Christians in India Continue to Rise

The latest report of the Evangelical Fellowhsip of India revealed that "Targeted violence and hate crimes against the Christian community in India continued unabated in 2018."

Senate Blocks Bill to Protect Babies Born Alive after Abortion: What can We Do?

The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act fell short of the 60 votes it needed to move forward, as only 53 senators supported the measure while 44 voted against it.