America's largest church celebrated on Wednesday as the former Compaq Center it had been leasing became their permanent home.
A more than 95-year-old church in Atlanta may be ousted from the Southern Baptist Convention over a woman pastor.
America receives immigrants from 202 countries in the world, yet Christians are not reaching out to around 25 percent of the groups, according to a recent study.
Why is it that Jesus' message lasted beyond his short life? Why did the message and person of Jesus not evaporate like all the other wannabe messiahs?
Both western and eastern Christians will celebrate Easter on the same day this year. And one ecumenical leader hopes that such a unified celebration will continue in the future.
A quarter of American Christians identify as charismatic or Pentecostal, a new survey shows. Those aged 26 to 44 are most likely to claim the Holy Spirit-filled identity
A Jacksonville, Fla., church has a message for the community: Come hear the message of hope this Easter and get your light bill paid!
Leaders from various faith groups around the world on Tuesday pledged to prioritize and strengthen their response to HIV and to end the stigma associated with the pandemic.
A group of black pastors is looking to spread biblical teaching and quash the prosperity gospel teachings that have been proliferating in their churches.
In some people's minds, church is expected to be flat and unexciting. But an environment where people are so excited that they want to talk about church all the time and create buzz in the community should be the norm, says Andy Stanley.
College students spending their weeklong Spring break sharing Christ have helped more than 1,500 people put their trust in Jesus.
Some 45,000 Christians across the Dominican Republic have been hosting "mini evangelistic crusades" over the past couple of days.
American Baptist churches have collected more than 2 million pennies in an effort to raise awareness of the extent of child poverty throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.
It was another record year for The Salvation Army and its Red Kettle campaign. The Christian organization brought in $139 million in 2009, a seven percent increase from the previous year's fundraiser.
A group of progressive Christians is urging its cohorts to catch up with today's technology and social media to contribute to theological conversations.
Nearly a month into another seasonal pro-life campaign, 298 babies have been spared from abortion. Participants throughout the country are standing outside abortion clinics hoping to offer women hope.
New Life Church is "one of those tongue-talking churches," the senior pastor said unashamedly on Sunday. His statement was met with applause from the Colorado Springs mega-congregation.
The Lutheran World Federation added more than 1.5 million new members to its member churches last year, according to the latest report.
Over the last 20 years, support for legal abortion has continued to drop among young adults, a new Gallup poll shows.
Nearly two-thirds of U.S. congregations said they feel at least a little competition from nearby churches, a new survey shows.
A seminary student in Haiti faithfully holds Bible studies on the rubble of his home. Despite the grim surroundings, Uriel Blanchet says, "I would not want to be anywhere else."
A panel of pastors and theologians recently approved text that will serve as a manifesto for the new World Communion of Reformed Churches.
After distributing emergency tents to quake-affected families, Habitat for Humanity began to clear ground on Monday to build the first of 36 permanent homes in Chile.
Family and friends will gather Tuesday afternoon to mourn the loss of a Frisco, Texas, pastor who died of an accidental overdose. Barry Keldie died Friday.
In the 20-plus years he has known Christ, Brady Boyd has never been to a megachurch where demonic spirits was discussed.