A senior Anglican minister apologized for calling on Christians to pray that Prince George would be gay to foster support for same-sex marriage.
There's a phenomenon in Christian communities that seems very disturbing, even if people think they're doing it for the right reason: it's called ghosting.
A recent post about my mixed feelings on saying grace in public led to an interesting response from a reader. So let me explore this on one more level.
This week, I watched a supportive Christian community on Facebook reach out to a gay teen and his parents he'd just come out to.
Pope Francis says he wishes people would spend more time focusing on God instead of their cell phones in church these days.
I've learned some interesting but very disturbing things since 2015, when I began posting about the problem of loud worship music.
Recently, a discussion with a friend of mine helped me understand my mixed feelings about saying grace in public places like restaurants.
What's the number one reason you attend church? If it's the church's homosexuality views, there's a new group you'll likely appreciate.
Accusations of hypocrisy were bound to be made over a gay shop owner's refusing service to a Christian anti-abortion group.
I learned this morning that Mrs. G, one of the most loving women I knew from church, passed away after a long battle with multiple sclerosis and cancer.
The death this week of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner brought about a very disappointing response from some Christians on the notion of going to Hell.
Last week, I wrote about Kirk Cameron's view of hurricanes as examples of God's power being put on display. What if He has a better way?