In a wake-up call for GOP, Iowa journalist Bob Eschliman explains how the presidential hopeful has exposed weaknesses in the Republican Party.
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It's about our families and our future. And the church must do something about it.
What can the church do to engage the millennial generation at this critical time in history?
Can you imagine 1,000 pastors running for office? It could change the face of America.
The former ISIS hostage is spreading the gospel even after his death.
Is Obama intentionally trying to overthrow his own government?
The Islamic State militants vowed to "transform America into a Muslim province."
"The only hope for this country is for men and women of God to stand up and take a stand."
As the United States waits for the former first lady to declare her intentions, speculation is emerging about how she would rule.
With homosexual activism on the rise and public support on the rise, how are Christians to respond? Here are three ways to love gays without condoning their sin.
Michael Brown rebukes President Obama for his executive order banning "discrimination" by federal contractors against LGBT people, while allowing for no religious exemptions of any kind.
The U.S. is built on self-government. But what kind of self-government does God approve? AG superintendent George O. Wood answers.
If America is to recover from its downhill slide into an abyss of socialism, anti-Christian secularism, amorality and economic collapse, Christians must act now.
World leaders and cultural commentators are offering very different pictures of the late Nelson Mandela. Was he a man of violence or an international statesman? Dr. Michael Brown offers his perspective.
When Sarah Palin was vilely and viciously attacked by MSNBC host Martin Bashir, the secular feminists were eerily silent, affirming their agendas trump any concern they may have for women.
A stenographer from the House of Representatives was forcibly removed from the floor Wednesday during the vote to end the partial government shutdown and raise the debt.
The only agenda that can save American doesn't stem from the donkey or the elephant, but the Lamb. Here's how we can stop praying for God to come down and start telling the church to rise up.
Joel Hunter says his suburban megachurch may have lost as many as 1,500 members, or 10 percent of its membership, as a result of his ecumenical and political activism. Is it worth the price?
Amid a steady stream of godless governing in Washington, D.C., Virginia Rep. Randy Forbes sees a behind-the-scenes miracle: politicians uniting in prayer.
Watch a video with Rep. Randy Forbes as he gives insight into the origins of a weekly prayer meeting that convenes before each session in Room 219 of the Capitol building.