Brain surgery patients who have had tumors removed from the back part of their brain were more likely demonstrate greater spirituality after the operation than those who had tumors removed from the frontal area of their brain, according to researchers behind a new study.
Charismatic Christian author and speaker Joyce Meyer will not be required to submit a deposition for the murder trial of one of her ministry's former employees, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Fires broke out at two churches near Tyler, Texas, on Monday, bringing the number of torched worship centers in the area since Jan. 1 to about ten.
While the New Orleans Saints' Super Bowl win Sunday may have wiped away memories of the Gulf Coast hurricanes that hit their city five years ago, the mourning in Haiti – for many – still has no end in sight.
The humanitarian situation in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) remains critical, reports a global alliance of churches and related agencies.
The Rev. Joseph Lowery was taken to a hospital in Atlanta over the weekend after sustaining a blood clot in his lung, officials reported Wednesday.
A ten-member team of Baptist church members from the United States was arrested in Haiti Saturday after trying to take dozens of children out of the quake-devastated country and into the Dominican Republic.
The Muslim parents of a teenage girl who ran away from home because she feared they would kill her for converting to Christianity have withdrawn their consent to a deal that would allow their daughter to remain free from them.
The Tennessee State Board of Education approved guidelines Thursday on how to teach the Bible in public high schools.
A German homeschooling family's request for political asylum was granted Tuesday, five days after their case was heard by a U.S. immigration judge.
Christian leaders across denominations commemorated International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Wednesday to keep alive the memory of the atrocities that took place in the Nazi concentration camps more than 65 years ago and to also highlight the need to be alert in protecting human life today.
While much of the world's eyes and support have been directed toward quake-devastated Haiti, relief groups are not shying away from sharing the plight of others elsewhere in the world.
An Anglican bishop in Nigeria's southern state of Edo was kidnapped Sunday after mass, reported a Christian leader on Monday.
U.N. agencies and an association representing over 80 NGOs are calling for an "immediate opening of Gaza's crossing," asserting that the continuing closure of the Gaza Strip is putting at risk the health of 1.4 million people.
A British Airways check-in worker who refused to hide her cross necklace at work went to London's High Court on Tuesday in a bid to force the airline to admit it was wrong in demanding she stop wearing her necklace.
A teenage girl from Ohio who ran away from home after she became Christian can remain free from her Muslim parents, according to the terms of a court settlement.
Churches in Haiti and around the world prayed Sunday for those affected by last week's devastating earthquake, which has claimed as many as 100,000 victims and left more than three million in need of aid.
Christian churches and communities across the nation will celebrate their unity this week with prayer meetings, services, and worship events.
Since last week's deadly Christmas Eve shootings in the Egyptian town of Naga Hammadi, demonstrations have been held in cities across the world with more on their way.
The National Evangelical Christian Fellowship in Malaysia is calling upon believers to pray and fast for their country following the recent spate of attacks on churches of various denominations, including Pentecostal, Evangelical, Anglican, Catholic and Lutheran.
From denominations and mission agencies to broadcasters and foreign governments, groups and individuals are responding to the devastation in Haiti with an outpouring of aid, on-site efforts, and calls for prayer and donation.
Two lawyers who faced off against Malaysia's government last month so that non-Muslims in the country could use the word "Allah" had their office broken into Wednesday morning in the latest backlash following a high court's recent ruling.
A powerful 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on Tuesday, collapsing a number of buildings and filling the capital city of Port-au-Prince with clouds of dust and smoke, according to initial reports.
Christians throughout Malaysia gathered Sunday, praying and calling for national unity and an end to the violence that ensued following a high court's decision to allow non-Muslims to use the word "Allah" to refer to God.
Three more churches in Malaysia were targets of arson Sunday and another was vandalized in the latest wave of attacks on the country's Christian minority.