A prominent evangelical leader is urging Christians to see the tragedy surrounding South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford as a "cautionary tale" and to break away from acts – big or small – that "betray" the Lord.
The leader of Gospel for Asia has gladly welcomed the Indian Central Government's plans to stand in the way of anti-conversion bills that are currently making their way through different state governments.
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to stop a school district from blocking a group of Christian students from forming a Bible club on campus.
Egyptian authorities have released from custody all suspects who were arrested earlier this week following attacks targeting Coptic Orthodox Christians in a small Egyptian village.'a' "a's b"
After months of negotiations and days of intense bargaining among Democrats, the American Clean Energy Security (ACES) Act passed the House 219-212.
The Anglican church at the center of a nationally publicized church property dispute with The Episcopal Church has filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court asking that it overturn the decision made by the California Supreme Court earlier this year.
Georgia pastor Johnny M. Hunt was re-elected as president of the Southern Baptist Convention on Tuesday, during the first day of the denomination's annual gathering.
The leader of a confederation of 162 Catholic relief, development and social service groups says it is "vital" for humanitarian organizations to relate climate change to the issue of poverty and to address the factors that make people vulnerable to climate change.
Six children who had been traveling with their 75-member youth choir group have confirmed cases of the H1N1 flu, according to the El Paso County Department of Health and Environment in Colorado Springs.
Poverty and suffering in Sudan's Darfur region and in south Sudan are at such high levels that there is a permanent humanitarian crisis there, according to a confederation of 162 Catholic relief, development and social service organizations.
In a unanimous decision Friday, the Texas Supreme Court ruled in favor of a ministry that serves ex-prisoners, concluding that zoning laws passed by the city of Sinton violated the Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act (TRFRA).
A Christian group in Missouri will be allowed to freely distribute religious literature at 'gay pride' event this weekend after a federal judge ruled in their favor. Another Christian group in Michigan, however, was not so fortunate.
The number of people suffering from hunger is projected to reach a historic high this year, according to new estimates published Friday by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations.
Health officials in Colorado believe several children visiting the state with their church's youth choir group have contracted the H1N1 flu virus, though tests have not yet been completed.
Over 30 non-governmental humanitarian organizations have joined together to express their concern over Israel's continued blockade of the Gaza Strip, which has been in force for over two years now.
The Seattle megachurch of pastor Mark Driscoll plans to open a school this fall that hopes to eventually help develop thousands of new and existing pastors and deacons.
Pro-life groups have planned a series of prayer and memorial events for this weekend in Wichita, Kan., where late-term abortion doctor George Tiller was killed late last month.
PBS's board of directors decided Tuesday to bar membership from stations that carry sectarian programming with the exception of those already airing such material.
More Americans are spending less time with members of the households, according to the results of a study released this week.
A five-year legal battle over Miami University's speech policy has come to an end with a settlement obtained Monday, according to attorneys with a Christian legal group.
When top EU officials meet with Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari this week, the plight of the more than one million people affected by fighting in the country's Swat valley must be first on the agenda, insist nine major international aid agencies.
During the Bonn talks, Christian Aid said it was clear that rich countries plan to continue polluting at levels that will make dangerous climate change inevitable.
In his letter to 14 Jewish leaders in the United States, ELCA leader Hanson said he found it "deeply troubling that anti-Semitic acts, such as this one, are still occurring."
World Vision is "gravely concerned" that impending monsoon rains and inadequate sanitation will place tens of thousands of people at risk from disease in displacement camps in northern Sri Lanka.
Displaced women and young girls are facing increasingly severe hardships in the Mardan and Swabi areas of Pakistan, according to a worldwide alliance of churches and related agencies.