Word&Way's media columnist highlights this year's questionable or different Christian products and marketing with his annual Bad Burrito Awards.
Following Jesus' lead isn't always easy, but discerning his will in matters of meeting human need is hardly rocket science. Even at Christmas it is easy to be cynical and reluctant to respond positively to obvious needs. But even as you dig into your purse
BRADFORD, England (ABP) -- A Christian debt-counseling charity in the United Kingdom is calling on people to avoid using credit cards and loans to pay for their Christmas shopping this year.
CONWAY, N.H. (ABP) -- A minister and two elders of a Southern Baptist church in New Hampshire have been convicted on misdemeanor charges of failing to report suspected sexual abuse of a 12-year-old girl.
A United Nations committee has adopted a resolution combating the "vilification of religions," but religious freedom advocates who oppose the measure say support for it continues to diminish.
Christian groups have taken up selling fair-trade products that offer consumers the choice of purchasing a product from a company whose business practices maximize economic good for the consumer, the seller's bottom line and the originators of the product.
Even a financial decision as seemingly mundane as where to buy your morning coffee can have profound moral implications. Experts in ethics and economics say Christians need to examine their own consciences and beliefs to build an ethical framework for making their economic decisions.
Former President George W. Bush made no secret his politics were tinged by his religious faith, but in his recently released memoir, Decision Points, he never would have made it to the White House without a fateful—and faith-filled—decision to quit drinking in 1986.