There is no relationship between human beings that is greater or more important than marriage, say Tim and Kathy Keller of Redeemer Church in New York City. Yet there are lots of trends working against marriage.
On the same day British singer Adele picked up six Grammys, a church in New Jersey started a "Pop God" sermon series by singing one of her songs during Sunday morning worship.
A Manhattan pastor is going into day 26 of a 40-day fast over a ban set to go into effect this Sunday evicting churches meeting in New York City public schools.
Liquid Church, one of New Jersey's fastest growing megachurches, will be singing Grammy-nominated pop music during the months of February and March at its Sunday morning church services.
Over 50 churches in the Charlotte, N.C.-area will be preforming community service and caring for the poor on Saturday as part of LOVE Week.
To celebrate National Marriage Week, Family Research Council's Marriage and Religion Research Institute has released a new study called "162 Reasons to Marry."
What if your husband one day decided he wanted to become your wife? Daytime TV host Anderson Cooper featured a couple in this situation on his show Wednesday, stirring debate on a controversial issue involving transgenderism and its impact on families.
A new curriculum for pastors' wives and women ministry leaders seeks to combat what many in the ministry call "life in the fishbowl."
True Love Waits, a Christian abstinence initiative, is promoting purity this month. As the movement marks its 19th year as a division of LifeWay Christian Resources, it's still working hard to make "saying no" sexy during the month of love.
The New York Senate passed a bill Monday to reverse the New York City school district's ban on worship services at its schools. Sponsored by Sen. Martin J. Golden, (R-Brooklyn), it passed 54-7.
The Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation is still reeling after backlash from Planned Parenthood over its decision not to renew grants to the nation's number one abortion provider, and some are wondering if Komen is now trying to distance itself from the abortion issue altogether.
New York City and state officials and religious leaders on Monday urged the state legislature to pass a bill authorizing religious meetings in public school property.
Some 60 churches may be left homeless as a ban that prohibits worship services at New York City public schools takes effect on Sunday. While churchgoers continue to fight the ban, some are also crying foul over the lack of support from megachurches.
Christians should not marry nonbelievers. It just won't work, says Kathy Keller, wife of well-known pastor Tim Keller of Redeemer Presbyterian Church.
NewSpring Church, a five campus megachurch in Anderson, S.C., is canceling its Sunday night services due to the Super Bowl this weekend.
Imagine if a little cube could help save the lives of one million children every year. E3 Resource has staff in Africa this week working with more than 50 leaders from Kenya and surrounding regions talking about the life-saving possibilities of the MalariaCube.
Pro-life and family groups are celebrating the Susan G. Komen Foundation's decision to cut ties with Planned Parenthood this week. But Douglas R. Scott Jr., president of Life Decisions International, a Planned Parenthood watchdog group, says not so fast.
Susan G. Komen, one of the largest breast cancer charities in the U.S., has cut ties with Planned Parenthood. Pro-life and family groups are celebrating the move.
Day two of Desiring God ministry's annual conference continued at the Minneapolis Convention Center Tuesday with author and speaker Darrin Patrick, who spoke about building and training men for local missions, in a culture where many males are stuck in arrested development.
A man is a portrait of what has been invested in him, said Crawford Loritts, pastor of Fellowship Bible Church in Roswell, Ga., said at Desiring God ministry's annual conference today.
The Super Bowl is one of America's largest sporting events, and also one of the largest sex-trafficking events. Thousands of girls, many under-aged, will be brought to Indiana for the game on Feb. 5.
Some 3,500 people marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to City Hall Park Sunday in protest of the ban on churches renting New York City's public schools on the weekends.
Both the West Coast Walk for Life and the D.C. March for Life hosted large rallies to commemorate the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade this week. Organizers say the former drew over 40,000 participants, and the latter, 400,000, but neither event drew much coverage from major media outlets.
A church in New Orleans is raising awareness about violence in their community by posting a "Murder Board" outside of their building. The names listed on the board read something like this: Jan. 6, Keian Ester, 11, shot.
Every pastor is susceptible to burnout, Wayne Cordeiro, pastor of New Hope Christian Fellowship, told a group of seven influential church leaders Wednesday.