President Donald Trump defended his executive order restricting the citizens of predominantly Muslim countries of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the country, saying it's about national security and not religion.
An Orthodox Christian family from war-torn Syria had been working for about one and a half decades to join their family members in the United States, but when they arrived at a Pennsylvania airport over the weekend, they were turned away due to the temporary immigration ban by the Donald Trump administration.
About a fortnight after Bishop Eddie Long lost his battle with cancer at the age of 63, New Birth Missionary Baptist Church announced that Stephen A. Davis will take over as the church's pastor.
In its propaganda magazine, the Islamic State terror group carries a picture of Pastor Robert Jeffress' First Baptist Church and incites its followers to carry out an arson attack on the megachurch in Dallas, Texas.
A federal judge has once again blocked Texas rules that require abortion providers to either bury or cremate fetal remains from abortions and miscarriages. State Attorney General Ken Paxton has vowed to continue fighting to honor the life of the unborn and is likely to appeal the injunction.
A court in Pakistan on Saturday cited lack of evidence to acquit all 115 suspects in the burning of more than 150 houses of Christians in 2013 over alleged blasphemy of the Prophet Muhammad.
During an interview with The Brody File on Friday, Donald Trump said he thinks he need God even more due to the office of the President of the United States as he now needs to deal with "questions of massive life and death."
Speaking at the Annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., Friday, Bishop Vincent Matthews of the Church of God in Christ said there are "a lot of Christophobic people in this nation," and also that black people are being "snuffed out" through abortion.
President Donald Trump signed new orders to "keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the United States of America" and pledged to give priority to persecuted Christians as refugees.
President Donald Trump spoke to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by phone and invited him to visit Washington in early February, according to the White House, which also said that a discussion has begun over whether to move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Mainstream media covered women's marches, which became a pro-abortion platform, across the country Saturday, but most of the media failed to cover women who marched for the right to life, says evangelist Franklin Graham, expressing his gratitude to them for taking a stand despite being ridiculed.
The highest-ranking cleric in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia said music concerts and movies shouldn't be allowed in the country as they could lead to immorality and mixing between the sexes.
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety will no longer be giving its book on grief to people whose family members are killed in auto accidents after a group of atheists claimed the book seeks to promote Christianity and violates the First Amendment.
Pastor James MacDonald, the founding and senior pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel in the Chicago area, started a three-week series, "This is What We Do," and in his first sermon on Sunday he urged the congregation to welcome others in the church without judgment.
Prosecutors in Egypt's Minya province have dropped a case against members of a Muslim mob who were accused of stripping naked and parading a 70-year-old Coptic woman in the streets.
Atheist Filmmaker Secretly Shoots Porn Inside Dutch Church; Holy Water Sprinkled in Cleansing Service
Dutch porn star Kim Holland and an atheist producer have apologized for a film which includes her X-rated scenes secretly shot in the confessional corner of St. Jozef's church in Holland, according to reports.
In response to the president-elect's criticism of Georgia Congressman John Lewis, at least 18 House Democrats have said they will not attend Donald Trump's inauguration on Jan. 20.
Missouri State University has agreed to pay $25,000 to settle a lawsuit with a former student who was dismissed from his M.S. in counseling program after expressing concern over counseling same-sex couples due to his religious views.
The percentage of American adults openly identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender has increased from 3.5 percent in 2012 to 4.1 percent in 2016, a change that is led by the millennials, according to a Gallup poll.
What should a white pastor do to talk to their congregation about race, justice and reconciliation? At least three things, says David Bailey, who leads a ministry that equips churches and organizations to engage in reconciliation.
Marriage is not as simple as Hollywood would like people to believe, giving couples expectations that can ruin their marriage.
Highlights, one of the longest running children's magazines in the U.S., will feature a family with same-sex parents for the first time in its February edition.
Pastor Craig Groeschel, senior pastor of Life.Church, has started a new series, "I Want to Believe, But…," to address difficulties some have in believing in God. In the series' first sermon on Sunday, the megachurch pastor dealt with the notion that God should give us exactly what we want and when we want it.
In an interview with ABC News, President Obama talked about his relationship with Donald Trump and said he told the president elect that running America's government is different from managing a "family business." Obama also shared his views on the U.S. intelligence report about Russia's interference in the presidential election.
A picture uploaded to Facebook by an Arizona man captured a mysterious winged figure, which some are debating could be a demon or an angel while others are dismissing it as nothing but an optical illusion or a photoshopped image.