Recalling the death of her husband, NFL legend and broadcaster Frank Gifford of natural causes in 2015, the Emmy Award-winning "Today Show" host said her faith kept her strong despite such a deep loss.
What they threw away eventually saved their lives, as God must have planned it.
The Islamic State (ISIS) has numerous execution methods to choose from. On Wednesday, it selected one where there's no flesh or burn wounds but brutally efficient just the same: drowning.
Thanks, but no thanks. That was the blunt response of at least two Christian leaders in the Middle East to the recent pronouncement of U.S. President Donald Trump that his administration will give priority to persecuted Christian refugees seeking to resettle in the U.S.
In the city of Wilmington, Delaware, some local officials are seeking to bring prayer back to their council meetings. However, in Jackson County, Michigan, the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Christian-only prayer at commission meetings is illegal.
The figures are mind-boggling. Since the Islamic militant group Boko Haram began its campaign of terror in 2009, about 100,000 people have been killed, consisting of both Christians and Muslims.
She has no hatred in her heart — even though different men sexually abused her starting when she was just 11 years old.
Christian blood was spilled a second time in less than a week in Egypt, raising fears that Islamist extremists could be planning more deadly attacks on the country's Christian community.
Her son had killed a pastor, but instead of anger, the pastor's congregation showered her with love and forgiveness.
"My purpose was to kill Christians." That was the terse explanation of the man charged with killing 39 people on the first hour of 2017 at Istanbul's exclusive Reina nightclub, the World Watch Monitor (WWM) reported.
Marriage has apparently gone stale in America. The latest research shows that the proportion of those married in the U.S. is at its lowest point since at least 1920.
Has the United Nations turned its back on persecuted Christians? The answer is a definitive "yes" as far as the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) International is concerned, the World Watch Monitor reported.
She used to be the owner of a strip club in Texas, catering to people who delight in seeing and doing things that are far from godly. But Teresa Fears, the owner of Teresa's club in Longview, Texas, had an epiphany when she became friends with the "church ladies" of the Mobberly Baptist Church.
Just one word from the title of this play could be enough to repel some Christians. And yet a church in the United States has announced that it will be hosting a presentation of the controversial, sexually explicit spoken-word production of "The Vagina Monologues" on Feb. 24.
"Till death do us part." Those were the unspoken words as she held the hand of her dying husband before she herself, five days later, bid goodbye to this world. As fate would have it, the couple died of the same disease: cancer.