With less than a year left before the conclusion of their Texas Hope 2010 campaign, the largest Baptist group in Texas is striving to reach the goals they have set before they attempt to share the gospel with every Texan by Easter 2010.
Evangelist Greg Laurie will be holding his first-ever evangelistic outreach on Long Island this weekend with the help of some 170 local churches and 1,500 local volunteers.
The alert level for the H1N1 "swine flu" has been raised to the highest notch, U.N. health officials announced Thursday, marking an official start of the first global flu pandemic in more than four decades.
According to Schuller, Coleman's role will be to ensure that the vision for the ministry is clearly communicated. She will also help assemble teams to provide leadership.
The Christian legal group that has been defending a Ten Commandments display in Stigler, Okla., is reviewing possible options for appeal after a federal appeals court deemed the monument as a perceivable endorsement of religion by the government.
The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) officially recruited the largest alliance of churches in South Korea on Tuesday, adding to its network believers from the world's second largest missionary-sending country following the United States.
The international director of the World Evangelical Alliance is calling on Christians worldwide to support the Sri Lankan Christian community in their efforts to meet the desperate needs of thousands in the conflict-ravaged country.
The federal appeals court has reversed a district court's order, ruling that Haskell County had violated the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment when officials gave approval for a Ten Commandments monument on the lawn of the county courthouse.
Dr. James T. Draper Jr., the former president of LifeWay Christian Resources, is recovering in the intensive care unity of Baylor Regional Medical Center in Grapevine, Texas.
A black Southern Baptist pastor is urging his denomination to acknowledge the significance of President Obama's election and to join hands with the nation's first black commander-in-chief.
Christian leaders in South Korea are hosting this week a key gathering of leaders from the Lausanne Movement, which birthed a document more than three decades ago that has served as the basis for hundreds of ministries' statements of faith throughout the world.
A Pentecostal church in Kentucky is planning to host an event later this month to celebrate a constitutional right that most would expect a church to not even address, let alone advocate - namely, the right to bear arms.
The school year has officially ended for the students in Florida's Santa Rosa County School District but the controversies stemming from an anti-religious court order have not.
Oral Roberts University has now less than $1 million in debt after having been $55 million in debt less than two years ago.
The two largest networks of Hispanic and Latino evangelicals in America revealed their thoughts on Judge Sonia Sotomayor this week after looking into the Supreme Court nominee's background and past decisions.
For at least the four in ten Americans who are not familiar with stem cell research, the conservative Family Research Council offered a clarification Wednesday to comments made by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi regarding the divisive issue.
Americans United for Separation of Church and State is getting a dose of their own medicine through a complaint filed against the group over their "partisan activity."
Nearly nine in ten Americans who participated in the latest Associated Press-GfK poll identified themselves as Christian but only about half of them fit the typical picture of one - or at least one close to what their leaders try to paint.
Public school officials should be given latitude "within a range of reasonableness" in deciding what might be deemed as a school-approved promotion of a religious message, a federal court of appeals ruled Monday.
Though seismologists are still unsure as to how large the blast was from last week's nuclear test in North Korea, analysts and church leaders agree that there is more than legitimate reason for concern.
A memorial service was held Saturday for Rolf K. McPherson, the man who served as president of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel for more than four decades following the death of his mother, the Pentecostal denomination's founder.
Robert A. Schuller, son of televangelist Robert H. Schuller, has finally revealed his new ministry plans nearly half a year after he stepped down as senior pastor of Crystal Cathedral.
Americans United for Separation of Church and State is asking the IRS to review the tax-exempt status of Liberty University after the school's decision to "unrecognize" the student-run College Democrats.
Pastor Jack Hayford announced Tuesday that he will not seek a second term as president of The Foursquare Church despite all the support and encouragement he's received to move forward.
Taylor University alumna Whitney Cerak will be leaving America in a few weeks to work with an orphanage in Kenya after having graduated from her Indiana-based Christian school this past weekend.