Reverend Franklin Graham is overwhelmed by the destruction caused by the recent flooding in Louisiana, but he is grateful that Easter is drawing near because it would encourage his Christian brothers and sisters to lend a helping hand to those in need.
Thousands of residents who were forced to evacuate when a wildfire broke out in southern California last week are starting to return to their homes. However, some no longer had homes to go back to. Nevertheless, the residents are still thankful to God for the gift of life.
How does one move away from a religion that has been passed generation after generation in one's family to a more fulfilling faith? Engineer Alex Chu tells us how.
We would think that just like churches, schools are generally considered as respected areas since these are where children's minds are honed to be productive members of society. However, in Kenya, educational institutions are being burned down, triggering fear and confusion among officials.
The conservative Christian group Family Research Council (FRC) has advised parents across the US to keep their kids away and not let them fall into the trap of so-called "After School Satan Club" that The Satanic Temple group is planning to launch in public schools.
The Holy See has already called on the United Nations and local governments to step up efforts to protect young children in war-torn areas.
Priests, ministers and other religious leaders are supposed to teach the Christian faithful about important societal issues, including abortion. Are they, however, speaking about this issue from the pulpit?
The Chaldean Bishop of Aleppo—the Syrian city now at the center of firefights—recently lamented how armed conflict has left residents like him with a "destroyed country and destroyed families."
One modern way that our fellow human beings are turned into slaves is through human trafficking, which often leads to slavery at sea. This transnational crime was the subject of a meeting organised in Rome by the United States Embassy to the Holy See, in cooperation with the U.S. Conference of Bishops.
Millennials are often thought to be always concerned with the inessential: parties, gadgets and other material things. Around 1,000 millennials however recently gathered in Indonesia to prove that they can also move for the things that are spiritual and essential.
Despite having found out that they can't have babies, Christian couple Lana and Steve Snyder still kept their faith, and this paid off.
Many people perceive the youngsters of today as promiscuous and casually engaging in premarital sex due to their increasingly liberated opinions about sex. A recent study, however, seemed to have shattered this perception of millennials.
Three young French pilgrims used the power of their faith and their legs to be able to join the youth event, which happens only every two to three years.
According a five-year study on pornography viewing among adolescents and young adults, attending church services significantly lowers porn use among youth, both male and female.
June Ross, a former stay-at-home mother, was recently awarded The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for Voluntary Service--the highest award given to voluntary groups in the UK--for her efforts to feed the hungry in her country.
For soldiers coming home from conflict areas, the military chaplain is the person who is there to listen to all their troubles and help them cope with the trauma they are experiencing.