At least 235 people were killed and scores more injured when gunmen stormed a mosque in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, setting off explosives and firing on worshippers during Friday prayers.
Six years ago, Loren Krytzer was living in a shack and scraping by on $200 disability checks from a car accident in 2007 that cost him his leg and left him out of work.
The expression “evangelical drug trafficker” may sound incongruous, but in Rio de Janeiro, it’s an increasingly familiar phenomenon.
In the wake of the Weinstein scandal and the viral #MeToo movement, Roy Moore has been accused of sexually assaulting teenage girls nearly 40 years ago. Yet, several prominent Christian voices have stood in defense of Moore's actions, which…
Following the tragedy at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, Christians wrestle with the reality of violence in their own churches, yet look forward in hope.
The Expectations Project recently organized a Hope on the Hill event, a gathering centered on prayer, worship and action to address education inequality, on Capitol Hill.
The day before the Texas church shooting in which 26 worshippers were killed, 43 were fatally shot around the country. And nobody really seemed to notice.
U.S. Evangelical leaders have been hard at work signing cross-denominational statements on pertinent issues, the latest one focused on protecting particular immigrants.
Devin Kelley has been identified as the lone gunman who killed at least 26 people and injured many more at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs. The tiny town was left reeling from the deadliest shooting at a place of worship in U.S.…
A majority of White Americans believe there is discrimination against Whites in in the U.S. today, according to a recent NPR survey.