North Carolina's multi-site Elevation Church honored pastor Steven Furtick with a rap-and-dance video.
Christian business owners who were forced to close down their business for refusing to host a same-sex wedding now have something to celebrate.
While acknowledging that no pastor is perfect, the Rev. Billy Graham also says it's "wrong, and a sin in the eyes of God" for Christians to criticize their pastors.
Several airlines have suspended flights over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula after ISIS claimed responsibility for the crash of a Russian plane that killed all 224 on board.
President Obama will deploy U.S. troops to train, advise and assist Syrian rebel forces to fight ISIS, the White House announced Friday.
It's Halloween, and Christians should see it as an opportunity, not a threat.
China's Communist Party has abolished its decades-long, draconian one-child policy by allowing women to have two children.
LGBT-owned businesses are expressing support for a Kentucky-based Christian print shop owner who refused to print gay pride T-shirts and is now being forced to attend government-mandated "diversity training."
The U.S. Department of Education is reviewing a discrimination complaint filed by the ACLU against a Chicago-area high school demanding that male students be allowed to use girls' bathrooms and showers.
A mob of unidentified Muslims in eastern Uganda beat a Christian woman to death, saying her family hadn't heeded their warning against converting to Christianity.
Having lost his Republican frontrunner status to Ben Carson, presidential candidate Donald Trump sought to compare his Presbyterian faith with that of his rival's Seventh-Day Adventist affiliation, and later said he has no reason to apologize.
Ben Carson, the new Republican frontrunner in the Iowa caucuses race, said in a media interview that the Department of Education should monitor, and if necessary, defund, institutions of higher education with "extreme political bias."
There is a trend in academia to rubbish religion, particularly Christianity, as a kind of a sickness that needs to be treated, but their analyses lack rigor and selectively focus almost entirely on aberrations rather than on norms, argues an author.
Five women have filed a lawsuit against the Institute in Basic Life Principles, whose founder resigned last year amid allegations that he sexually harassed more than 30 women, accusing the organization and its board of directors of not reporting incidents of sexual abuse and harassment, "wilfully" concealing the wrongdoing.
A liberal-leaning think tank, in its evaluation of a rigorous five-year study of a Tennessee voluntary pre-K program, says there's no evidence to suggest that such interventions can deliver sustained improvements in the academic achievement of economically disadvantaged children and help close the achievement gap for those children.
It's true that sometimes things seem hopeless, even to believers, but the Bible offers clarity and tells us the purposes and reasons for the trials in our life, says Pastor Greg Laurie.
Six Republican presidential candidates addressed 7,000 evangelical voters Sunday at a Texas megachurch.
Appearing in a video on the desiringGod website, Trip Lee – rapper, author and preacher – shares how he started believing in the doctrines of grace or the Reformed theology before he had even heard about Calvinism, the knowledge of which merely helped him "fine-tune" his beliefs.
Football coach Joe Kennedy of Bremerton High School in Washington State, who was ordered by the school district to stop leading team prayers, carried on with his seven-year-old tradition after a game Friday night, risking being fired but joined by his team, players from the rival team and supporters.
A prominent Catholic leader, Guinean Cardinal Robert Sarah, said in his remarks at the Vatican's ongoing synod meeting that Islamic extremism and Western liberal culture are "almost like two 'apocalyptic beasts,'" which the Church must respond to.
Pastor Matt Chandler of The Village Church in Flower Mound, Texas, who is teaching his congregation the meaning and relevance of the Apostles' Creed through a series of sermons, explained how the phrase, "He ascended to Heaven, and sits on the right hand of the Father," in the faith statement affects Christians' lives on Earth.
Pakistan Court Upholds Death Penalty for Security Guard Who Killed Former Gov Salman Taseer for Opposing Blasphemy Laws
The Supreme Court of Pakistan has upheld the death sentence of a security guard who assassinated former Punjab Governor Salman Taseer for publicly speaking against the country's draconian blasphemy laws on behalf of a Christian woman.
Young Yazidi women, who were captured by ISIS terrorists in Iraq and were found to be already pregnant, were forced to undergo unsafe abortions by the terror group's gynecologists before being sold as sex slaves, according to three Yazidis who managed to escape their evil captors.
Did Jesus actually "descend to hell" before He rose from the dead, as the Apostles' Creed says? Pastor Matt Chandler of The Village Church in Texas tackled this question in a sermon, taking forward his 12-week series on the statement of faith.
Christian Apologist: Infamous Abortionist Kermit Gosnell Justifying Killing Baby With Bible Is 'Self-Deception'
Dr. Michael Brown, host of the talk radio show "The Line of Fire" and a Messianic Jewish apologist, says in a video that Kermit Gosnell, the infamous late-term abortionist who was sentenced to life in prison for killing a patient and born-alive babies, is an example of self-deception as he seeks to justify his actions by using the Bible.