Olympic gymnast Gabrielle Douglas is very vocal about her love for Christ and says if not for the grace of God she would never have won the gold. Read her inspiring story.
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A new Bible translation, touted as "a gay Bible," rewrites eight key verses that speak against homosexual practice. Michael Brown discusses the problems with this homosexual-friendly Bible.
Time magazine named President Barack Obama the Person of the Year for 2012, citing his transformative affect on American culture. Find out what that transformation really means for Christians.
Bible Historian Richard B. Sorensen challenges President Obama to live up to the words he spoke after the Newtown, Conn., shooting. Find out what Sorensen said.
Pastor Clive Calver offers a firsthand account of the heartbreaking dramaand the glimmers of hopein Newtown, Conn., in the hours after the second deadliest school shooting in U.S. history.
Find out how the pastor and best-selling author is petitioning heaven in the face of tragedy.
The recent shooting at a Connecticut elementary school has brought another senseless act of violence to the forefront. Television and radio host Jerry Newcombe shares how the church can grapple with this tragedy.
Charisma News Editor Jennifer LeClaire suggests American atheists should count their blessings as their counterparts in Islamic nations suffer persecution and discrimination of all sorts.
Many politicians are equating legal rights for homosexuals with the black struggle against racism. This is not a valid argument. Here's why.
In light of the Kansas City Chiefs playing its game one day after Jovan Belcher killed himself on the property after fatally shooting his girlfriend, is there not something amiss with the the game-must-go-on mentality?
Jamie Foxx is beginning to draw fire for his idolizing comments about the commander-in-chief. The actor-comedian urged the Soul Train Awards audience to give honor to Godand our Lord and savior, Barack Obama.
In the aftermath of a video in which actor Angus T. Jones slams CBS show Two and a Half Men, his mother is speaking out, saying she's worried her son is being exploited by the church that posted the video.
Nineteen-year-old Angus T. Jones has been on Two and a Half Men since he was 10, but says he doesn't want to be on it. He used some strong words to describe the popular sitcom.
Today, the final movie in the phenomenon The Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn Part 2, releases to much anticipation among our nation's teens. But do you understand what your children are watching? Be sure to read this parents guide to the biggest teen vampire series in history.
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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By taking just a few simple steps of preparation, Christians can not only save countless lives, we can also truly be salt and light for the world when crisis hits.
In a 2003 interview, the late Charles "Chuck" Colson talks about why the issue of protecting biblical marriage is so important, and why we must understand what the implications are if society broadens its definition of marriage.
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.