President Trump insisted Sunday he will keep his campaign vow to build a southern border wall and force Mexico to pay for it, even though he needs U.S. taxpayers to front the money.
Apple CEO Tim Cook considered removing the Uber app from the App Store over privacy concerns, according to a report.
Tony Kim (Kim Sang-duk) worked at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, a school supported by Evangelical Christian organizations. He was arrested at the local airport.
The sermon that David Fisher had prepared on a recent Sunday for the congregation he pastors was about a topic he said God told him that it needed to hear: forgiveness.
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Here is a look at some of the interesting stories we have been reading and others we have written about in the April 23, 2017, edition of the Faithfully Magazine Newsletter.
It has been reported that former NFL player Aaron Hernandez was found dead in his cell with the Bible verse John 3:16 written on his forehead.
Russia’s Supreme Court has declared Jehovah’s Witnesses an extremist organization, ordering its assets liquidated and banning all activities in the country.
Deborah Lacks' late mother, Henrietta, had posthumously and unwittingly contributed to some of the most important medical research of the 20th century.
Hip-hop artist Canon joins Faithfully Podcast to discuss his work, fake Christian rappers, how the Gospel and CCM industries fail artists like himself, and much more.