Clergy: Religious Freedom is Less Valued in the US

Three-quarters of faith leaders in the US believe that religious freedom is less valued in the country, according to a recent Barna Group study.

Christian Persecution a ‘Very Severe’ Concern —US Catholics

A new poll found that more Catholics in the US see persecution against Christians as a "very severe" global concern.

“Unplanned” in Theaters March 29: Q&A with the Producers

UNPLANNED is a movie about the dramatic true story of Abby Johnson who “only ever wanted to help women.”

Instagram-Style Bible Targets Millennials

A California-based startup company re-imagines the Bible to attract Millennials to read the Good Book.

Religious People are Less Likely to Drink Alcohol

Religiously active people are less likely to drink alcohol than those who are not as religious, a recent Pew Research Center survey showed.

Most Christians to Give Up Social Media for Lent

A recent poll conducted by DecisionData.org reveals that many American Christians are giving up social media for Lent this year.

Trump Signing Bibles in Tornado-Hit Alabama Drew Mixed Reactions

US President Donald Trump visited on March 8, 2019 the Alabama town ravaged by the most deadly tornado that hit the country in six years.

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.
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Less Than Half of Christians Agree that Jesus Died on the Cross to Forgive...

A new poll found that only 46% of Christians in the UK agree that Jesus died on the cross to forgive sins. The Forgiveness Poll April 2019 conducted by ComRes for BBC Local Radio surveyed 2,042 British adults on their views on the meaning of Easter and forgiveness.

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I don’t watch many horror movies. In fact, I typically avoid them like the plague. My reasoning is simple. I enjoy sleeping in peace...

People Around the World United in Prayer for Notre Dame Cathedral

Christian or not, the Notre Dame Cathedral fire was a tragedy. The world was shocked to learn the news about the blaze engulfing the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris Monday night.