A Brazilian musician, who claimed to have had a whirlwind romance with Amy Winehouse last year, has said that he received an email from the British singer just a few days before her death.
Brazilian comedians have made a mockery of mourners at Amy Winehouse’s funeral Tuesday, as they cried crocodile tears to infiltrate the private event in London reserved exclusively for family and close friends of the famous singer.
A Brazilian pastor and apologist has condemned the Norway massacre, saying nothing can justify the atrocity that took place last Friday, leaving 76 people dead.
Thousands of protesters who marched in the "Let People Vote" rally Sunday in Manhattan say that overturning the gay marriage law in New York is possible, pointing to what happened in California.
President Barack Obama met with Christian leaders Wednesday to talk about the economic crisis and its impact on Christian values and the poor.
Rev. Samuel Rodriguez and other Christian Hispanic Leaders have met President Obama this week to urge him to protect programs for the poor as his administration continues to monitor its deficit reduction plan.
Peru soccer coach, Sergio Markarian has given glory to God for Peru’s victory over Colombia 2-0 last weekend, in the Copa America quarter-finals in Argentina.
Marcos Witt, singer and pastor of Lakewood Church's Hispanic ministry, commences his "Celebrating 25" Tour, Tuesday in Cartagena, Colombia.
Shocking crime and violence directed against the Christian community in Mexico has seen at least 100 pastors kidnapped during President Felipe Calderon’s current term in office, the National Fraternity of Evangelical Churches (Confraternice) has said according to Mexican publication Excelsior.
Thousands of evangelicals marched in the city center of Lima, Peru, Thursday to protest against a bill that allows homosexuals to express their affections in public places, including schools.
Despite wide criticism, Rick Warren has influenced millions around the world, including Latin America, with his Purpose Driven book.
Brazil’s Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Thursday to recognize same-sex civil unions as a "family entity." The ruling makes the largely Roman Catholic country one of a few countries in South America to allow some form of legal unions for homosexual couples.
It’s the responsibility of Christians to pray for, rather than complain about, their nation, especially during times of trouble, evangelist Luis Palau said Thursday.
Though President Barack Obama reached out to a number of Hispanic celebrities to discuss the broken immigration system on Thursday, one prominent Latino pastor is not happy with the actions, or lack thereof, that he’s been seeing over the last two years.
Christian artists Hillsong and Tercer Cielo are finalists for the “Latin Pop Albums Artist of the Year, Duo or Group” category.
Though the gunman who killed 12 children at a school in western Rio de Janeiro asked God for forgiveness in a letter that was found on him, some evangelical theologians and pastors are convinced he won’t be forgiven.
In answer to cries from people on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, faith leaders are launching a joint prayer and fasting initiative this month to seek divine intervention in resolving border problems, and the drug cartel violence and trafficking plaguing the region.
A recent report about the lack of organ donations among Hispanics, particularly within the Christian community, has sparked debate on whether it is consistent with Christian values.
With the Hispanic population booming in the U.S., one prominent evangelical believes Hispanics will be the "lifeguards for Christianity in America in the 21st century."
Between 130,000 and 160,000 people demonstrated in central Madrid, Spain, on Saturday against laws that make abortion easier, according to organizers.
Pop singer Ricky Martin kicked off his world tour on Friday in his hometown of San Juan, Puerto Rico. The popular artist, however, wasn't welcomed by everyone.
A famous secular-singer-turned-pastor, who has shared the stage with the likes of Gloria Estefan, took to Twitter on Monday to start a campaign to get him on a secular TV program in Brazil so he can "minister in the name of Jesus."
Over the weekend, an evangelistic crusade organized by a Brazilian megachurch pastor and televangelist attracted around 70,000 people.
It has been said recently that there is a revival in Brazil due to the explosive growth of the evangelical population, which is predicted to grow 7.42 percent this year to reach 57.4 million.
A Brazilian economist and evangelical pastor has been engaging atheists since challenging them to prove scientifically that God does not exist.