Despite the Navy Yard massacre Monday, the new Grand Theft Auto V is expected to generate $1 billion in sales in its first month. Michael Brown explains what this means for our societyand how else you can spend your time.
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Moriah Peters seemed to have everything the American Idol judges would be looking for. But her bold faith in Christ led to the producers sending her out the door with some shocking words.
In an effort to teach his college-aged daughter modesty, Scott Mackintosh decided to wear short shorts to illustrate how inappropriate and ridiculous they can look. How far would you go to teach modesty?
Atheists have lost a battle regarding the national motto. A federal district court has dismissed a lawsuit and rejected arguments that "In God We Trust" be removed from our currency.
A kindergartner was told she cannot write about God for a school assignment. The accepted alternative? Michael Jackson. Her mother is furious. Watch the video to see more.
Keith Olbermanns pro-gay defenders will be seen as tolerant while anti-gay-marriage Craig James defenders will be seen as bigoted and intolerant. And so the double standard continues.
Homosexual activists and progressive government officials are targeting Christian business owners for anti-Christian discrimination. And theyre doing it in the name of nondiscrimination.
The Christian bakers in Oregon who were targeted by gay activists are speaking out. Find out why they closed their bakery and how it is affecting their faith.
After Miley Cyrus' infamous MTV music video awards performance, Joseph Mattera wants to give parents advice on how to gauge his or her child's level of spiritual discernment.
Theres a lot of talk today about the triumphant return of Jon Stewart to The Daily Shows anchor desk after a summer hiatus. Find out why the Holy Spirit told me not to appear on a segment about Christian persecution.
Many Americans were shocked that a family-owned Christian bakery has been forced to close its doors after a vicious boycott by militant homosexual activists. But why should we be surprised by gay bully tactics?
Anyone who still doubts that the normalization of homosexuality and the legalization of same-sex marriage will represent a seismic shift in the culture at large needs only look to New Mexico.
In a nation that was founded by believers seeking the freedom to practice their religion, Christians are now routinely targeted by our courts and government for reasons related to their faith in Jesus Christ.
This past weekend, students and friends of Dr. Michael Brown's ministry school in North Carolina conducted a survey at the gay pride event in Charlotte. The survey was entitled Are You Open-Minded? and it led to some fascinating interaction, highlighting the moral malaise of this generation.
Disney represents good, fun and wholesomeor at least it did until it started promoting lesbian moms on TV. Please, can't Disney just be Disney?
The shocking stories of religious hostility in our nations military continue, and now a 19-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force who was let go because of his faith and moral convictions is speaking out.
Millionaire gay couple the Drewitt-Barlows have confirmed they have launched a legal challenge to the right of churches to opt out of gay weddings.
Gov. Christie has now become party to government intrusion on doctor-patient relationships, thereby serving as a useful pawn of the gay activist agenda. Will it stigmatize and shame him in the end?
A public policy organization is officially releasing a new report on radical changes at Fox News that should cause great concern to pro-family conservatives.
What would have sounded completely unbelievable just 20 years ago is now law, thanks to Californias Gov. Jerry Brown. If boys can use girls' bathrooms now, where will we be in a decade?