Most American parents believe their parenting skills and family lives are pretty good, but they are reluctant to describe their homes as peaceful, relaxed or joyful.
The vast majority of parents hope their children grow up to live good lives. But, for many, parental success does not include faith in God —
If churches want to minister to families of children with learning differences they must deal with a "sea of denial" about the problem, according to author Maren Angellotti.
Thanks to an "open adoption" policy, when family members gather to celebrate holidays and birthdays of 4-year-old Evelyn Rose and her 2-year-old brother, Daniel, reunions include
Roughly 22 percent of Texans under age 18 and 23 percent under age 5 are unsure where their next meal will come from — the highest percentage in the nation, according to a new study.
GROVE CITY, Pa. — Racy Internet photos have prompted some social conservatives to question the Religious Right's embrace of Miss USA runner-up Carrie Prejean as a model Christian.
Camdenton — The Missouri Baptist Convention will try once again to reclaim land at Windermere Baptist Conference Center and property it once owned by refilling a case recently dismissed in Camden County.
WASHINGTON — Conservative organizers of National Day of Prayer-related events expressed disappointment that President Obama chose not to mark the day May 7 in the
ST. JOSEPH — A small Southern Baptist church near St. Joseph is reportedly standing by its pastor accused of soliciting sex over the Internet with a police officer posing as a 13-year-old girl.
WASHINGTON — A Baptist ethicist involved in a religious campaign to build a moral consensus against using torture in America's war on terrorism welcomed comments by the head of the Southern Baptist Convention's public policy arm that waterboarding is a form of torture and morally