The pastor of one of America's largest churches is taking a two-month sabbatical following a surgery he underwent last month and kept private until last week.
The chancellor of Liberty University has instituted a new policy to regulate political clubs that seek to operate on campus.
Illegal immigrants among America's Hispanic and Latino community are being pulled in different directions over the upcoming Census, as some the community's leaders are urging them to boycott and others are urging them to participate.
The committee responsible for finding the World Council of Churches' next general secretary has announced the selection of two candidates who will vie to lead the ecumenical church body.
Thousands of Christian teenagers have convened in Los Angeles for the 2009 DCLA celebration, which started Thursday with a 'sweeping narrative of God's epic story' delivered by megachurch pastor Francis Chan.
Megachurch pastor T.D. Jakes kicked off his 15th annual ManPower gathering Thursday, just weeks after he "stood on the brink of eternity."
A 1973 conversation between President Nixon and evangelist Billy Graham about Israel was among the secretly recorded tapes from the Nixon presidency that were made public this week.
The club voted to continue without its sponsor as it drew nearer to the conclusion of the drama that unfolded over the past several weeks.
The head of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is asking for members of the nation's largest Lutheran body to devote more time to prayer and the study of Scripture over the 50 days leading up to its 2009 assembly.
PETA members will be bringing a pro-vegetarian message to those attending the annual gathering of the Southern Baptist Convention, the nation's largest Protestant denomination.
Christian groups and believers around the world capped a week of refugee advocacy with World Refugee Sunday in hopes of mobilizing more churches to pray for the more than 42 million refugees and internally displaced peoples.
The president of the college club that was "unrecognized" last month by Liberty University is stepping down and looking to transfer to another institution following the dismissal of the club's sponsor.
Conservatives disaffected from The Episcopal Church will complete the historic task of creating their own branch of Anglicanism in North America this week with the ratification of its church laws and the installation of their first archbishop.
The BGEA has turned the page and highlighted the fatherhood of Franklin Graham through the testimony of Will Graham, Franklin's oldest son and the third generation of Grahams to proclaim the gospel under the BGEA banner.
From the smallest of organizations to the leader of the free world, calls have been resounding across the nation for Americans to invest time this summer to serve causes greater than themselves.
In the days leading up to World Refugee Day, government bodies, donors and NGOs have been working harder to raise awareness for the more than 42 million refugees and internally displaced people who live in the world today.
President Obama will be making an appearance at the 2009 National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast on Friday and is expected to speak to the more than 750 Hispanic leaders gathered.
Since his brush with death last week, megachurch pastor T.D. Jakes says he has experienced an outpouring of love and support greater than any he's seen in all his years serving as a pastor.
Anti-poverty group Bread for the World celebrated the 35th anniversary of its founding Monday with commendations from the U.S. Senate and the second-highest ranking official in the United States Department of Agriculture, among others.
One of the largest Hispanic Evangelical networks in the United States is gathering hundreds of Hispanic spiritual and community leaders from across the country for its 8th annual conference this week in the nation's capital.
Liberty University and the student-run club that it "unrecognized" last month are still working together to find a way for the latter to be fully recognized by the former while also shooting down false reports that have come out over the past several weeks.
A blogger whose pro-life story tugged on the heartstrings of thousands online has formally apologized for deceiving all who had prayed for and supported her throughout the last few months of what was recently revealed to be a fictitious pregnancy.
During his first-ever evangelistic crusade New York's Long Island, Laurie asked the crowds what they lived for and encouraged them to accept God - as the evangelist has done at each evangelistic Harvest crusade he's held over the past two decades.
Hundreds of thousands of people in Bangladesh's southwestern region remain homeless after a cyclone struck late last month, killing more than 260 people.
U.S. religious leaders, including those of some mainline church bodies, are pressing President Obama to commit to the creation of an independent Commission of Inquiry to investigate U.S. government-sponsored torture since 9/11.