Around 40 faculty and staff members at a Canadian university are requesting an apology from campus administrators after the university hosted a screening of the pro-life movie, Unplanned.
More than 20,000 Christians embarked on a pilgrimage that culminated in being baptized in the Jordan River this weekend.
A Denver based columnist is claiming that he was fired over making a statement that there are only two sexes.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case that could determine if the Trump administration was within its power to grant religious exemptions to the Obama-era abortion/contraceptive mandate.
In an Instagram post on Friday, Grammy-award winning Christian singer Kirk Franklin opened up about his struggle with anxiety and depression over the last year.
Wildly popular yet controversial end times pastor Jack Van Impe has died at 88-years-old.
New Jersey schools will now require students to learn about LGBT history.
A Brazilian soccer player for Liverpool shared a touching video this week of himself being baptized. The video has been viewed more than 3 million times.
An ordered to close a church was issued last year but according to the church's pastor, he was never told of such an order.
Americans have only faced the impeachment of a President three times in the 230 years since the passage of the United States Constitution. Because only three of our forty-five Presidents have faced impeachment proceedings, many misconceptions about the purpose and method for impeaching the President abound. Since we live in a self-governing republic, it is important for citizens to understand the history of, the logic behind, and the procedure for the impeachment process. Here are five things that you may not know about impeachment:Photo courtesy: ©Getty Images/Designer491