Happy Trails Ministry, led by Kentucky missionary Chris Clarke, uses the love of horses to share the gospel.
People say, "Get it in writing," but one thing we rarely get down on paper is what someone really thinks of us.
At least nine U.S. cities and five states have banned non-essential travel by government employees to North Carolina, Mississippi or both, claiming religious liberty bills adopted there discriminate against homosexual and transgendered persons.
Self-identified Christians in 30 states—from Alabama to Wyoming—say it's a sin to lend money to someone who can't afford to pay it back.
At first glance Jim "Cochise" Powell looks like one of the hundreds of bikers from the Daytona Beach, Fla., area, but those who know him personally know him as Pastor Cochise Chops or Brother Jim, the leader of Set Free Daytona.
An Illinois administrative judge has given the owners of a bed and breakfast one year to provide their facility to a gay couple "for an event celebrating their civil union." The order, part of a decision handed down March 22 in a discrimination case filed by the two men, also includes an $80,000 fine.
David Robinson came to Oneida as a "rude, disrespectful punk." Where is he now?
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant has signed into law a bill safeguarding the religious liberty of individuals and organizations who refuse to participate in same-sex weddings or gender identity transitions.
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One Athens, Ala., church brings new life to another
Women's roles focus of SBC advisory council