Yes, it's hard to forgive, but not forgiving will never bring peace. Thus said a Catholic bishop in Nigeria during the burial service for nine of the victims of a massacre that took place last April.
Misery indeed loves company in at least one refugee camp in Nigeria where thousands of people are being ravaged by diseases such as diarrhoea while starving to death.
Many Christians now regard marriage just like a car that "can be traded or dumped when the repair costs get too high or a new model appears on the scene."
A panel of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Indiana has reversed an earlier decision by a lower court banning a pro-life crisis pregnancy center from advertising on the bus system of Fort Wayne.
A Christian mission called Frontiers USA is reaching out to Muslims with the love of Jesus and helping other Christians to do so in the hope of giving Muslims "the full picture of who Jesus is."
"The USA must act. We must terminate Daesh and all such terror." Thus declared Nadia Murad, a former Yazidi sex slave, as she spoke before the U.S. Senate Homeland Security Committee on Tuesday in Washington to warn of the new horrors that the Islamic State (ISIS) could unleash, using the name "Daesh," the Arabic pejorative term for ISIS.
Jesus Christ is reaching out to ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel, with some of them beginning to re-examine their beliefs while experiencing a "spiritual meltdown of historic proportions."
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday retracted his allegation that Israeli rabbis had called for the poisoning of Palestinian water
Texas Rangers' relief pitcher Matt Bush has been trying to live a clean life since he was released from prison in October last year after serving 51 months in jail for a DUI sentence in 2012.
The Kansas State Board of Education has decided to ignore the Obama administration's directive to all public schools to allow transgenders to use facilities including restrooms and join programs that are consistent with their gender identity.
Abortion remains a highly controversial issue among many religious groups with some totally opposed to it, others in favour, and some others somewhere in-between.
The Los Angeles County in California will remove a Christian cross depicted on its official emblem following a court decision.
A bill at the California legislature that will eliminate religious exemptions for Christian colleges is moving forward through committees.
A Catholic school board in Ontario, Canada had adopted a policy to suspend and expel students who will be found liable for homophobia.
Four men were cleared by a jury on charges of heckling Pastor Joel Osteen at his Lake Church, the largest protestant congregation in the U.S., last year.