APRIL 2011
Can’t help myself On his hit CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men, actor Charlie Sheen plays a roguish womanizer who just can’t seem to help himself when it comes to having sex with the ladies. [more]
Skewed news – There are always at least two sides to a story – whether it’s who broke the lamp by playing football inside the house, or who started the war by firing the first shot. [more]
Former CCM star, husband find new home in Branson Family. It played a major role in the lives of contemporary Christian music artists Kim Boyce and husband Gary Koreiba … [more]
God of all comfort Little five-year-old Cooper Jasper died July 17, 2009, in a freak go-cart accident. The words sound so simple and matter-of-fact, but they represent a horrifying hammer-blow to a family. [more]

AFA radio network celebrates 20 years [more]

Scientist sues over religious discrimination [more]

AFA helps military hear God’s Word [more]

Boycott of Home Depot continues [more]

Marriage advocate reclaims rainbow [more]

Florida A&M reinstates Christian group [more]

How do Americans support Christian businesses? [more]

Self-described abstinent teens found with STDs [more]

Arabic curriculum tabled after controversy [more]

Study reveals couples want church’s help [more]

Largest gay marriage campaign kicked off [more]

Hawaii legislature approves civil unions [more]

Leaders push to defund Planned Parenthood [more]

‘Bella’ actor to build large pro-life center [more]

Infanticide incidents increase in Pakistan [more]

Social costs of pornography revealed [more]

Protestant churches promoting ‘Chrislam’ [more]

Christian holidays removed from EU school calendar [more]

Governors: enforce abortion clinic regs [more]

Training teens for civic leadership
As many teachers and parents will attest, the process of lawmaking is anything but exciting to most young students.

The Potential Inside
Life After Abortion
Of Gods and Men
A Shine of Rainbows
Soul Surfer

Heaven’s Rain

Unbearable grief, unspeakable joy By Don Locke, guest columnist
Christians appropriately think of Easter as a time of joy and celebration. However, the first Easter morning did not begin that way. [more]

What our mouths reveal about our hearts
By Tim Wildmon, AFA president
So I was in a cab taking me back to the airport in Austin, Texas, Tuesday, when the driver asked me where I was from. When I told him Tupelo, Mississippi, he said, “Oh, Elvis.” [more]

Financial issues
By Dan Celia, host of Financial Issues on American Family Radio.
Q: I am 63 and planning to retire next year. I am concerned about the future of Social Security and having adequate fixed income. [more]

How mass murder gets a pass
By Michelle Malkin, Creators Syndicate
Let’s give the “climate of hate” rhetoric a rest for a moment. It’s time to talk about the climate of death, in which the abortion industry thrives unchecked. Dehumanizing rhetoric, rationalizing language and a callous disregard for life have numbed America to its monstrous consequences. Consider the Philadelphia Horror.