Former con man Frank Abagnale, whose story is told in the movie, "Catch Me if You Can," talks one-on-one with CBN News about his five-year crime spree dodging the FBI and life afterward on the right side of the law.
A recent article in the conservative Wall Street Journal titled "Do We Still Need to Believe in Hell?" has raised questions about the issue of eternal punishment in the afterlife.
A new study reveals just how much influence a parent's faith has on their children.
"Ten Days" is an international event, a season of prayer and worship with the goal of having Jesus Christ as the "focus of every heart" in one city for ten entire days. Bridgeport, Connecticut, is one of the locations where it was held this year, and God moved mightily.
Regent University is ranked among the top 11% of universities in the United states according to the new US News & World Report's 2019 Best Colleges rankings.
Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz is praising God and thanking everyone for their prayers following a successful surgery to remove breast cancer.
Employees at the Lifeway Christian Resource building in Nashville say God divinely intervened to protect them when a bullet shattered a fifth-floor window Thursday.
Two religious organizations in Louisiana have filed a lawsuit to stop their local library from hosting a Drag Queen Story Time event.
The Texas Board of Education faced backlash after voting Friday to include Moses in the list of significant leaders students are required to study, while cutting figures like Hillary Clinton, Helen Keller, and Barry Goldwater.
It appears today's younger generation is more disengaged than ever from the Christian faith. Now one faith-based group is working to fix that.