Dozens of pastors and ministry leaders had six minutes to tell thousands of viewers the wisdom they gained when they went through a rough patch or when they just had a light-bulb moment during ministry.
Churches and aid organizations already have massive relief efforts going on in Haiti but that's not stopping them from looking more south where Chile is reeling from one of the strongest earthquakes on record.
Former inmates were applauded Sunday morning at T.D. Jakes' renowned Dallas megachurch as they graduated from a program designed to help them succeed and keep them out of jail.
Craig Groeschel, founder and senior pastor of LifeChurch.tv., was asked by a United Methodist leader to provide a few suggestions for the 7.8 million-member denomination as it struggles with membership decline and division.
New research shows that patients on anti-depressants are more likely to experience improvement if they believe in a "concerned God."
Just months after becoming the first woman to lead the largest Protestant church body in Germany, Bishop Margot Kaessmann has resigned.
The new head of the World Council of Churches pronounced "Nothing except Jesus Christ, and him crucified" as his first unity call to the worldwide ecumenical fellowship.
Less than a quarter of the 1.3 million Haitians who need shelter have it. And with the rainy season upon the quake-stricken country, aid groups are urgently asking for help.
Southern California pastor Greg Laurie took on some "hot button" issues from the pulpit on Sunday, covering everything from capital punishment and homosexuality to Tiger Woods' apology.
After more than 30 years of marriage, faith healer Benny Hinn may be heading to divorce court. A petition for divorce was filed by his wife "without notice."
The Salvation Army and the New York Civil Liberties Union have reached a settlement in a longstanding suit that sought to prevent the evangelical organization from violating church-state separation when providing social services.
Pastor Ed Young is preparing to get creative as thousands of pastors converge on Wednesday for the annual C3 Conference. The event, however, comes with a bit of a shadow cast over it.
After years of increase, the divorce rate in the United States fell in 2008, a new report shows, and research suggests it may be the result of the recession.
Too many religious leaders are not engaging issues of "sexual justice" and other sexuality matters from the pulpit, a multifaith organization claims.
American charities have contributed more than $709 million to aid quake-stricken Haiti. Some of the largest gifts came through the American Red Cross, Catholic Relief Services, the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, and World Vision.
In the lead up to Valentine's Day, students around the world are making a stand against the cultural message that encourages sexual promiscuity and promoting their choice of purity.
The biblical institution of marriage is foundational in our society and yet it is the most difficult value to sustain today, said a Raymond, N.H., pastor.
Churches and non-profits should prepare for another lean year as Americans continue to grip their wallets, a researcher cautioned.
Many Christians have bought into the idea that the church is about a few people who are paid to make disciples. But that's not what Jesus envisioned for his church, said one church planter.
Christians in the U.S. can now access a minister around the clock through a new 24-hour hotline. The new service is intended to "redefine the parameters by which the church and its community have mutual access"
Five of the ten U.S. missionaries who were detained for taking children out of Haiti were questioned by a judge Tuesday.
Women in the Presbyterian Church in America may face stricter rules regarding the offices they serve in.
Amid countless piles of rubble and the stench of death permeating Haiti, Christians throughout the devastated country are still able to find something to sing about.
"Wanna get rich quick?" The phrase is used by countless authors, gurus and even Christian leaders who try to provide an easy formula for wealth and happiness. But Central Christian Church Senior Pastor Jud Wilhite has a different solution
The overwhelming donations and special offerings for the Haitian people are to be praised but the impact of the one-time gifts will be short-lived, one Charlotte, N.C., pastor indicated.