A new, 2018 Pew Research Center Report polled a growing group in America: “religious nones.”
The number of self-proclaimed Christians is shrinking in America.
Fewer people are celebrating Father’s Day than ever before, a fact that may have less to do with the nature of the holiday than it does with the nature of American families.
Following the most recent school mass shooting – this time in Santa Fe, Texas, where 10 students and teachers were killed and 10 were wounded Friday – family members, friends and investigators find themselves searching for illusive answers.
Millions graduate from colleges and universities across America in the months of May and June, and most of these graduates are under 25 years of age.
Last week’s mass shooting that claimed 17 lives at a high school in Parkland, Florida leaves many of us searching for answers.
It was only after becoming a Christian that I began to understand what believers mean when they say this — and it’s not necessarily what Joy Behar may think.