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As Americans get ready to celebrate Father's Day on Sunday, a young adult ministry leader is encouraging Christians to forgive their absent fathers and others who have inflicted harm in their lives. 

Events that happened this week in Christian history include the beheading of an English bishop, Billy Graham’s final evangelistic crusade, and the Southern Baptist Convention electing its first African American president.

On Sunday, Americans across the United States will be celebrating Juneteenth, a holiday that marks the anniversary of when U.S. Major Gen. Gordon Granger issued General Order No. 3 in Galveston, Texas, on June 19, 1865, declaring that the area's slaves were free.

Whether we fully understand it or not, our fathers impact the way we see God. And God intended for our fathers to demonstrate His love, as Matthew 7:9-11 indicates.

A Christian factory worker in Scotland who was fired after he told his line manager that he wouldn't take off his crucifix necklace as it had a “deep and profound meaning” for him, has won more than $26,000 in a religious discrimination suit.

Theologian Tim Keller’s son shared an update about his father's immunotherapy treatment amid his ongoing battle with stage 4 pancreatic cancer, saying, “things were scary for a bit” due to the side effects, but “now he is doing much better.”

Pro-life leaders and lawmakers are calling on the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the wave of firebombings and vandalism targeting churches and pro-life pregnancy centers as a radical abortion activist group declared "open season" on pro-lifers.