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ACLU Challenges Faith Groups' Access to Ky. Schools
Four foreign missionaries are the target of the latest Christian persecution in the North African nation of Libya. Government officials say the country is 100 percent Muslims and is accusing them of distributing Christian literature, a charge ...
Libya Arrests Missionaries for Spreading Gospel
Author Kimberly Powers knows that at the core of every young woman’s heart is a longing to be truly loved. She explains how this desire is fueling the popularity of the Twilight movies amongst teen girls.
The Bible: Coming to a Classroom Near You?
In Russia, some Christians aren't allowed to have church buildings. One congregation in Moscow has been fighting to build a church for 15 years.
An idea to change the world was set in motion 30 years ago this week. Read about the founding of Regent University.
Does war tend to strengthen or weaken the faith of those fighting? A man who has collected more than 80,000 soldier letters has an answer.
MSG is implicated in more than just obesity and neurological afflictions. Now the evidence is indicating the nation’s two top killers, heart disease and cancer, have an excitotoxic connection.
U.S. dependence on foreign oil has led to a large transfer of wealth to Muslim nations and could be advancing Sharia law.
OGS: How to Study the Bible - 6 - Literature of the Bible
Jesse Duplantis discuses how God will do amazing things for anyone who believes and follows Him. He is the author of “The Everyday Visionary”.
Convicted of vehicular homicide by intoxication, Brian Jones was sentenced to prison. There God met him.
Georgian and his wife, Winnie, have served as missionary evangelists for over 25 years. All of their crusades include Jesus Celebrations and Love Feasts, where they feed the local people their favorite food.
King James Version Still Reliable?