Ted Cruz's willingness to stand up to the Washington establishment is winning voters over. Will it be enough?
Senior pastors in America's churches must re-establish prayer and the Word if we are to survive.
Thursday night's debate featured uncivil behavior from the Republicans—sophomoric and crass—bordering on obscene.
Secularism has radically transformed every major institution in society.
God esteems divine doggedness more highly in a season of spiritual apostasy than He does in an hour of comparative security.
The Bible strictly forbids syncretistic worship; the mingling of biblical and pagan religions is a violation of the First Commandment and brings judgment on a nation.
One fact has become increasingly clear: moderate Republicans would rather lose elections to Democrats than elect principled conservative leaders to office.
"We must demand that any congressman who votes to continue the killing, dismembering and selling of baby's body parts be removed from office on Nov. 8, 2016."
Evangelicals must become much more sophisticated politically if we hope to re-establish a biblically based culture.
America needs a spiritual giant in the White House.
The Founding Fathers may have been on to something.
Why is Frito-Lay teaming up with this anti-Christian bully? And what is the Christian response?
This godless paganism is dismantling America brick-by-brick, and the answer is not found in redefining words to suit the spirit of the age. But there is hope.