Bishop Jim Bolin, founding pastor of Trinity Chapel Church of God in Powder Springs, Ga., was re-installed this past Sunday as senior pastor of the congregation after being forced to step down in 2008 due to confessed "inappropriate sexual behavior" with an adult woman.
The "Gang of Eight" bill is not immigration reform. It is big government dysfunction. It is immigration Obamacare. All advocates of true immigration reform — on the left and the right — should oppose it.
Divorce might be common in America, but if you are Christian and willing to deal with threats our marriages face, you can divorce-proof your marriage, Pastor Greg Laurie shared with his congregation at Harvest Church in Riverside, Calif., this past weekend.
Rapper Kanye West debuted three tracks from his upcoming Yeezus album at the Governors Ball Music Festival on Sunday in New York, with one track titled "I Am a God" and including the lyrics: "I just talked to Jesus, and he said, 'What up, Yeezus?'"
The Supreme Court is reviewing challenges to state and federal laws that define marriage as the union of a man and a woman. And pastors and conservative politicians are stuck in a game of "Would You Rather?"
Pastor Josue Urrutia of Ministerio Mizpa in Arlington, Va., who at age 23 is the youngest board member of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC), talked to The Christian Post last week about the influence of Latino evangelicals on American religion and politics, as well as the growth of evangelical Hispanics in the nation.
A spokesman for the public school district where a student recently decided to recite the Lord's Prayer instead of give a planned graduation speech has stated that students' rights should not be restricted.
The teachers who deliver the most engaging and interesting lectures may have been your favorite, but a new study suggests they probably did not help you learn more than your "boring" teachers. The study raises questions about the value of student evaluations of teachers.
Sexual minorities are as unwelcome in the Middle East as are religious minorities. Just as the Muslim-majority countries of the Middle East are generally hostile to Christians, Jews, Bahá'ís, Zoroastrians, and other religious minorities, they are even less welcoming of non-heterosexuals
June 4th, 1989 is a day that will long be remembered in human history. Young Chinese protesters, mostly unarmed students, literally stood up to the crushing regime of Communism – and the world watched as freedom looked tyranny in the face.
Apple's WWDC 2013 Developer Conference opens on Monday from the Moscone West Center in San Francisco, with an array of exciting new upgrades to the company's products including the Macbook Pro and Air, and the iOS 7, expected to be unveiled.
The IRS has wronged Conservatives. The only way to restore a semblance of trust in the institution is to appoint someone that can be counted on to clean house and keep the rogue institution from overstepping its bounds again.