Brazilian Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter, Vitor Belfort, who recently had his rematch against Wanderlei Silva canceled because of an injury to his hand, will launch a motivational book this month through Thomas Nelson Brazil. The book talks about his faith, success and remarkable experiences inside and outside the octagon.
The March for Jesus took to the streets of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, gathering around 250,000 people, according to military police reports.
A Brazilian apologist has said that a recent report released by BBC Brazil on April 27 grossly overestimates the number of members attending "all-inclusive" churches in the country.
Churches willing to overlook traditional scriptural beliefs with regards to homosexuality are experiencing growth in Brazil, according to a new report. However, they are being criticized by evangelical and Catholic Churches in the country as watering down scripture, with one apologist even calling them an "apostasy."
Dozens of religious leaders have joined together to pen an open letter Jan. 12, to protect marriage and religious freedom in the United States.
Hispanic evangelical leaders are encouraging young Latinos to vote in the U.S. presidential election in November in a call for “comprehensive and fair” immigration reform.
The popular reality show in Brazil, Big Brother Brazil (BBB), which draws the attention of millions of viewers each day, has selected more conventional participants for the 2012 edition, including evangelical Christians.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has been an inspiration to women in politics since she surprised many with her positive and successful start in government.
Children are being sold to gangs of thugs by parents during this Christmas season to work as beggars on the streets of Tegucigalpa, Central District in Honduras.
One in twelve Christians in the world (8 percent) is a Brazilian, according to a study recently released by The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life with the title “Global Christianity.”
Eva Ekvall, Miss Venezuela 2000, who died this week aged just 28 after a two-year battle with breast cancer, confessed she would be a Buddhist if she were to choose a religion.
Hispanic Congregation Casa de Oración Peoples Church has held a special occasion for Latino families by giving 200 new bikes to local children in Salem, OR, Sunday.
A Peruvian pastor has been shot to death inside an evangelical church in Lima, Peru, after an attempted robbery during a Sunday service last weekend.
Christmas is the most traditionally celebrated festival in Brazil – a country considered to possess the second largest Christian population in the world. However, the majority of the Brazilian population does not know the true meaning of Christmas, according to Christian leaders and the secular media.
The suspect who fired shots at the White House last month in an alleged attempt to kill President Obama, after falling into the belief that Obama was the "devil,” has appeared in a federal court on Wednesday.
A Brazilian gospel singer has described the evangelical gospel music event, the “Promises Festival” (Festival Promessas in Portuguese), as a door opened by God to spread the Gospel through the biggest television network in Brazil.
An unusual evangelical service is being held in one of Argentina’s most famous avenues, av. Corrientes in Buenos Aires. The service takes place inside a night club with neon signs and posters featuring naked women advertisements.
An evangelical pastor was freed by an indigenous Catholic community in Chiapas, southeast part of Mexico after he held a meeting with religious leaders at his house, his family reported Tuesday.
Inri Cristo a Brazilian religious leader who claims to be the reincarnation of Jesus Christ on Earth, will face humorous questions at an event at the Theater of Arts in São Paulo, Tuesday.
Brazilian Pastor Silas Malafaia, a televangelist who is sometimes compared to Pat Robertson for his polemic comments and politicizing LGBT issues, has waded in on the debate on criminalization for homophobia.
Presidential candidates risk losing important Hispanic votes as they debate immigration reform, especially as issues arise focusing on the mass deportation of illegal immigrants.
Sex Week at Yale University could be canceled after a ban was recently recommended by the university’s president Richard Levin.
El Salvador’s President has pleaded to the United States embassy for it to grant a humanitarian visa to a girl wanting to enter the U.S. to help her little sister who is waiting for a bone marrow transplant.
Brazilian Film “Surrender” (Renúncia in Portuguese) has debuted in Maranhão state, in the Northeastern region of Brazil. The film has reportedly had a big impact on viewers and has brought several to Christ on its first day Nov. 23.
Hundreds of people filled the dining room of “Christian Services” as the organization offered a full thanksgiving meals Tuesday in Hattiesburg, MS.