The winners of this year's premier Christian speed-filmmaking competition have been announced. And the big winner was "Up In The Air," a film about a retired naval pilot taken aback by his long-absent wife's sudden return.
Relief groups are working furiously to assist some 28,000 people now homeless in central Italy following Monday's magnitude-6.3 quake.
Like most pastors, the Rev. Arthur Suggs had prepared a Palm Sunday sermon for this past Sabbath day. But the pastor of the First Congregational Church in Binghamton, N.Y., had to scrap the sermon after an angry gunman killed 13 people at a nearby immigrant aid center on Friday before killing himself.
Nearly 1.8 million of the 3 million tourists who visited Israel last year were Christians, the Israel Ministry of Tourism reported Thursday.
Two Christian ministries have teamed up to encourage around 700 NCAA men's basketball coaches this week to lead their teams from a biblical perspective and then provide them with free audio Bibles.
The case of a homeschooling family seeking for political asylum in the United States after fleeing Germany is expected to go before an immigration judge in Memphis, Tenn., Thursday.
Although only a few days have passed since the official start of spring, the lineups for two of the largest and most popular Christian music festivals of the summer have already been announced.
The prison once deemed the most violent in America hosted the nation's largest gathering of inmates and their children on Saturday to promote reconciliation and healing within families.
A convicted child killer who is staying temporarily at the home of an evangelical pastor in Chichester, N.H., says his conversion to Christianity 16 years ago has made him a different man.
Residents of a small town in New Hampshire have created a neighborhood watch program to monitor the home of an evangelical pastor who, despite protests, is providing shelter for a convicted child killer.
The Rev. Joseph Lowery was hospitalized Sunday after preaching for about 40 minutes at the 123rd anniversary service of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta.
An initiative that mobilizes more than 12,000 students each year will be celebrating 20 years of sending out youth volunteers to spend their time and energy making a difference in the lives of low-income families across the nation.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg suggested Friday that the nation may "soon" have to welcome a new justice, prompting widespread speculation over whether she is considering to resign in the near future.
A memorial celebration was held over the weekend as a tribute to Millard Fuller, the millionaire entrepreneur who gave it all away to help establish the Christian house-building charity Habitat for Humanity.
The Illinois church that witnessed the death of its pastor last Sunday came together one week later to hear from a pastor who was not theirs but who understood what they're going through.
Former Charismatic church leader Ted Haggard attended a documentary-style play this week that featured, well, him, more or less.
Influential megachurch pastor Bill Hybels will give the commencement address for Oral Roberts University's class of 2009, the charismatic school announced Tuesday.
To reach out to people in the developing world, it's the old technologies that are often still the best. In fact, radio remains vital for information for many people today, as a recently released survey revealed.
A memorial celebration will be held this weekend as a tribute to Millard Fuller, the millionaire entrepreneur who gave it all away to help establish the Christian house-building charity Habitat for Humanity.
A top Marine general recently apologized to residents of a San Diego community where one of its fighter jets crashed last year, killing four members of a Korean immigrant family.
Faith-based media ministry Movieguide has filed a complaint with the Motion Picture Association of America over the "R" rating assigned to the superhero flick "Watchmen," which made its national debut Friday.
The mayor of Portland, Ore., has declared this coming May 1 to Oct. 31 to be the city's Season of Service. This year, with the nation facing the worst economic conditions in a generation, the Season of Service is expected to bring much-needed relief
The Israeli television station that drew harsh rebuke for the anti-Christian skits that it aired last week is again turning heads, this time among followers of Islam.
The prison once deemed the most violent in America will be hosting the nation's largest gathering of inmates and their children next month to promote reconciliation and healing within families.
Though a large portion of Americans are cutting back on donations to non-profits amid tough economic conditions, evangelical parachurch ministries have been among those least affected by the cuts, according to a new survey.