Have New Year's resolutions for 2009? If you're religious, you're probably more likely to keep them, according to a new study.
The world's leading audio Bible ministry has released eight new Audio Drama New Testament recordings, bringing the total number of versions available to 359 and the total number of languages to 333.
The holiday message delivered by Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for Britain's Channel 4 television station drew a wide range of critics this week.
Most people who have seen the recent cover of Playboy magazine's Mexico edition say the cover model is most certainly portraying a racy image of the Virgin Mary despite the magazine's claim that it isn't.
A model posing as the Virgin Mary on the cover of the Mexican edition of Playboy magazine led the U.S. headquarters to recently issue a formal apology.
This year, according to reports, most likely to be standing alongside Mary and Joseph, or perhaps the three wise men, will be another heralded couple – the Obamas.
The controversial Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky., has brought out its special Christmas display, which will run until Jan. 4.
If Christmas was celebrated on the day that some researchers allege Jesus Christ of Nazareth was actually born, Christmas would be white for those down under and hot for those elsewhere. According to the researchers, Jesus was born on June 17, 2 B.C.
A new group of historians, biblical scholars, and theologians has embarked on the quest for the historical Jesus to objectively determine what can be "reliably recovered" about him, his life, his teachings, and his activities.
An organization that connects communities in the United States to communities in Africa has launched a campaign to draw support and to re-cast the continent's image by raising awareness.
The San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival (SAICFF) has narrowed down to 50 the number of films competing for the largest single film festival grand prize of its kind in America – the $101,000 Best of Festival Jubilee Award.
LifeWay Christian Resources, one of the world's largest providers of Christian products and services, has joined an effort to bring hope, encouragement and Bibles to U.S. soldiers who are serving overseas.
Evangelist Franklin Graham will be speaking Sunday night at Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside during his visit to Southern California.
A documentary detailing the lives of three men and one couple active in Christian ministry who struggle with and overcome addiction to pornography will be making its television debut this weekend.
The first-ever Creation Festival tour came to a close this past weekend after hitting more than 30 cities across the Northeast, Midwest and South. This year marked the 30th anniversary of the Creation Festival.
Beliefnet.com, the popular multi-faith spirituality website owned by Fox Entertainment Group, is currently taking votes for its eighth annual "Most Inspiring Person of the Year" award and will do so through the end of next week.
In keeping with its vision for digital growth, Christian communications company Zondervan has acquired The City, a proprietary online community-building software program created by one of America's most recognized megachurches.
The world's largest Christmas project kicked off its National Collection Week on Monday with the hope of mobilizing people across the nation to help send life-changing gifts to needy children around the world.
The international Christian counseling ministry led by author and speaker June Hunt is the first-place recipient of the 2008 Lilly Reintegration Award in the Social Support category.
Churches across the nation were recognized for their excellence in facilities design, operation, use, and A/V production at the recently held Worship Facilities Conference & Expo (WFX) in Houston.
November is National Adoption Month, and a national media and radio effort is combining efforts within the faith-based community and beyond to raise interest and excitement about caring for orphans among over 25 million people.
Researchers behind the first study on the longer-term effects of violent video games on aggression say their findings "strongly" suggest reducing the exposure of youth to the "unnecessary" risk factor.
An eighth grader at a New Jersey middle school was sent home Friday after he dressed up as Jesus Christ for Halloween.
Christian evangelicals and conservatives are not only largely supporting Republican candidate John McCain, but their support has actually increased, according to a newly released survey.
Four in five adult Americans, regardless of their political affiliation, agree that the federal government needs better moral leadership, according to a new poll released Monday.