As news circulates of Gen. David Petraeus' resignation due to an extramarital affair, this only adds to the long list of church and national leaders who have had moral failings. Charisma gets answers on why this is happening in the church, and what we can do to turn it around.
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In the heat of the current political environment, we quickly forget the human toll of abortion. Too often, regret and emotional scars linger for years and the pain cuts deep.
LA Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw was passionate about Wednesday's season finale because every batter he struck out meant more money for Christian outreach.
Christian Hosoi went from rock-star fame and fortune to drug addict, to prison inamte, to radical Christ follower. Learn more about his inspiring testimony.
If violence in the media influences viewer attitudes and behaviors, what about sexuality in movies? Don't miss these tips from Movieguide on how to protect your children and arm them with wisdom regarding media.
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Clive Price reports from London on Katie Taylor, the Irish Olympic gold medalist in the Women's Light boxing competition. Taylor proudly carried her nations flag in London, but she carried her Christian faith into the spotlight, too.
Nik Wallenda, who followed up his ABC Niagara Falls walk with a 1,300-foot walk (100 feet in the air) over the Atlantic City Beach on Thursday, says the key to his success is the same as his walk with Christ: "It's about focusing on the other sidestaying focused on our Lord."
Eating a chicken sandwich on Aug. 1 became a symbol not only for supporting freedom of speech, but also taking a stand on the biblical definition of marriage. But how did this perfect storm develop?
After missing the 2008 Beijing Olympics by six-tenths of a second, Davis Tarwater's "world came crashing down" before finding hope and a new identity in Jesus Christ.
Despite representing only 2 percent of the population, the radical homosexual agenda continues to change America. Can the church stem the moral tide?
With Christians showing their support this week for Chick-fil-A and other companies that stand up for biblical values, we wanted to share a story we originally ran in 2004 about Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy.
Men's pastor Kenny Luck explains why recent events in Colorado paint a vivid portrait of broken male culture worldwide.
The shooting at the midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises will be blamed on many things. Movieguide publisher Ted Baehr discusses the pointing fingers and offers his insights into the root of such tragedies.
Read about these Olympic athletes, who are boldly proclaiming Jesus in London.