Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson explained in an interview with ABC News on Sunday why three of his top campaign staffers stepped down from their posts last week.
A man armed with a semi-automatic assault rifle walked into a small church in North Carolina during a sermon on growing violence in the community, was calmed by the pastor, sat through the preaching and stood up to accept Christ when an altar call was given.
Apologist and author Ravi Zacharias spoke to tens of thousands of young adults from around the world at the 2016 Passion Conference in Georgia and Texas, sharing with them how a song written by an American led him to the Bible.
People make many New Year resolutions, but there's one that an 18th-century American preacher, Jonathan Edwards, made could transform the lives of Christians and this world forever, evangelist Franklin Graham says.
Protesters ransacked and set fire to the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Tehran Saturday after Saudi Arabia executed a prominent Shiite cleric, Sheik Nimr Baqr al-Nimr, and 46 other people in a single day.
In his daily devotion on the New Year's Day, Pastor Rick Warren of the Saddleback church in California tackles the question what God wants from us as believers.
The Somalia-based al-Shabaab terror group has released a new video featuring remarks of Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump proposing the banning Muslims from entering America, according to reports.
A theology professor shares five guidelines that have helped him read the Bible, encouraging readers to gain the most from their reading of God's word in the New Year.
Doug Bandow, a former special assistant to President Ronald Reagan, claims in a Forbes op-ed that the persecution of Christians in the Middle East can be attributed to the GOP's vocal support for Israel.
As humanists are going to courts to force schools to teach atheism, Britain's Education Secretary has said schools are allowed to give priority to the views of established religions, including Islam, over atheism.
Texas senator and Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz will meet about 300 pastors and faith leaders Monday at a ranch owned by conservative billionaire Farris Wilks near Dallas.
The Urbana triennial student missions conference began at Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri, Sunday evening with a speaker challenging the 16,000 participants to let God write their life agenda.
Comedian Sarah Silverman is receiving criticism from Christians after her tweet on Christmas called Jesus "gender fluid," or an identity which refers to a gender that varies over time.
Islamic State has released a new audio message threatening Israel that the terror group hasn't forgotten about Jews and that "Palestine will be your graveyard."
Evangelist Franklin Graham appeared on Fox News and explained that there's more to his decision to resign from the Republican Party than just the "wasteful" spending bill.
A British court has ruled that a mother, who was arrested while making an unsuccessful attempt to fly her family to Turkey to eventually reach Syria, can have the custody of the kids.
Florida senator Marco Rubio and Russell Moore of the Southern Baptist Convention have jointly written an article urging Christians and U.S. officials to observe this Christmas season with a sense of burden for the persecuted Christians.
Wayne Grudem, author of Systematic Theology, has announced that he has Parkinson's disease, a neurological disorder for which there is no known cure.
About 75 percent of Americans still identify as Christians, after a 5-percent drop since 2008, according to a new Gallup poll.
Filipino professional boxer Manny Pacquiao, who is a vocal Christian, said the coronation of Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach as Miss Universe 2015 avenged his defeat in the fight with Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas in May.
Pastor Farshid Fathi Malayeri of the Assembly of God church has been released five years after he was jailed in Iran.
Burundi's security forces systematically killed dozens of people, including children, in so-called political opposition neighborhoods in the capital city of Bujumbura this month.
Russell Moore on Why Wheaton College Suspended Prof. for Saying Muslims, Christians Worship Same God
In an interview with NPR, Russell Moore commented on Wheaton College's suspension of tenured professor Larycia Hawkins after she wrote in a Facebook post that Muslims and Christians "worship the same God."
More than 60 percent of voters in the Catholic-majority Slovenia said "no" to legalizing same-sex marriage in a referendum held Sunday, just as Pope Francis had advised them.
In a video message posted on the desiringGod website, theologian John Piper dwells on Jesus' statement, "Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and to God the things that are God's," and explains the relationship between Christians and the government.