An openly gay woman in San Francisco is attempting for a third time to become ordained within the Presbyterian Church (USA), the largest Presbyterian denomination in the United States.
The "Bible Across America" tour is hanging out for the next several days around the Dallas area, where it hopes to conclude a nearly six month-journey that has reached cities throughout the continental United States.
Five humanitarian groups that distribute U.S. aid in North Korea say they are "saddened" by the reclusive country's decision this past week to expel them by the end of the month but remain committed to assisting the country's people.
A growing ministry job search site witnessed the posting of its 500th ministry position this week and is becoming the place to go to for anyone searching for a ministry position or wanting to post job openings at no cost.
Children's ministry leaders representing 1,000 churches of varying styles, sizes, and locations are gathering this week with one common goal – to see every child that God sends their way launched into a lifetime devotion to Jesus Christ.
The regional presbytery of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Ft. Lauderdale has allowed the famed Florida megachurch to clear the final hurdle in its journey to install its second senior pastor in five decades.
Members of a prominent Florida megachurch voted overwhelmingly Sunday to call the Rev. William Graham Tullian Tchividjian, a grandson of world renowned evangelist Billy Graham, to serve as its new senior minister.
It's been more than a year since the ranking Republican on the Senate Committee of Finance called out six televangelists suspected of opulent spending and possible abuse of their nonprofit status.
The Bible arm of publishing giant Thomas Nelson has partnered with the Willow Creek Association to distribute and market a DVD-based curriculum series for church small groups across the nation.
A prominent Fla. megachurch and the church of its prospective senior pastor are moving forward with the process of merging following a unanimous vote earlier this week.
Evangelist Luis Palau is calling on God's people around the world to intercede for the small yet influential nation of Guatemala ahead of a two-day evangelistic event that is expected to reach hundreds of thousands of people.
Southwest Airlines, which for years has boasted of its "unique corporate culture and family-friendly environment," has been getting a lot of flak over the past month since the unveiling of a not-so-family-friendly plane.
A task force consisting of leaders in the field of Jewish evangelism is calling on leading proponents of Christian Zionism to be transparent with other believers on whether Jewish evangelism is present in their theology.
The eligibility of college football star Tim Tebow to play as the Florida Gators' quarterback is no longer in jeopardy following efforts by the NCAA and Florida athletic officials.
Dan Busby was officially named ECFA's president on Mar. 1, culminating a national search that began following the sudden resignation of former ECFA president Kenneth A. Behr in late April 2008.
Given the number of church shootings that have increased across the country, pastoral ministry could be considered an at-risk profession, according to an instructor of a fighting method used for Hollywood movies such as "The Dark Knight."
Some of America's largest volunteer-promoting organizations met in New York City on Friday to collaborate on how they can together respond to the economic crisis facing the nation today.
Scores of youth ministers and workers have gathered in Columbus, Ohio, for this year's National Youth Ministry Conference (NYMC) with the intent to connect, to learn, and to worship.
Megachurch pastors Joel and Victoria Osteen will release their very own Bible next month ahead of their church's 50th anniversary. The Hope for Today Bible, scheduled to hit the shelves on Mar. 10
Gregory Dollar, the white adopted son of controversial Prosperity televangelist Creflo Dollar, plans to share his story through his new book, Love in the Darkness: My Life as Creflo Dollar's Son, scheduled for release this summer.
Alaska Governor Sarah Palin teamed up with Franklin Graham and faith-based Samaritan's Purse last week to deliver food to hundreds of families along the frozen Yukon River that have been hit hard by an unusually harsh winter.
The Christian arm of a research-based firm that consults organizations of various types has released this year's list of the best Christian workplaces in America.
The newest and largest vessel of OM Ships International was officially launched into service last week, departing from Denmark to ports in Sweden, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, among others.
The World Council of Churches is "on course" to select its next general secretary, according to the search committee's moderator. Several member churches have already nominated candidates.
With Valentine's Day now out of the way, stores across the country are setting up for the next most widely celebrated holiday – Easter.