For the first time in its five-year history, the media arm of Campus Crusade for Christ recorded over one million decisions for Jesus Christ in a single month.
The family of a Florida couple known for adopting special needs children is asking for prayers following a deadly break-in last week. At least six of the couple's adopted children have Down syndrome
Christian humanitarian groups over the weekend hailed news of the G-8's commitment to investing $20 billion to help fight world hunger.
Charismatic preacher Paula White is stepping in as senior pastor of the Florida megachurch that she and her now ex-husband founded nearly two decades ago.
The head of the Anglican Communion suggested Thursday that the tension between The Episcopal Church and Anglicans abroad stem from the love and need for one another in the worldwide church body.
A Christian legal group is seeking to have a lawsuit reinstated against Planned Parenthood (PP) affiliates in California, which allegedly obtained funds fraudulently from the government.
As churches worldwide prepare to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the birth of Protestant Reformation leader John Calvin, leaders of a global movement of Reformed churches are calling on Christians to commemorate Calvin not as a saint but as a source of inspiration for responding to contemporary social and church-wide concerns.
In her first opening address to the General Convention of The Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori made it very clear that the denomination she presides over is in the middle of a crisis.
Christian advocates for a world free of nuclear weapons said Tuesday that they were encouraged by the commitment of Presidents Barack Obama and Dmitry Medvedev to slash nuclear stockpiles by about a third though some pointed out that the move is not enough.
The pro-adoption ministry of Christian music star Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife, Mary Beth, recently opened a six-story "healing home" for special needs orphans in China and received prominent coverage from a number of Chinese media outlets.
Christian Educators Association International (CEAI), which has filed a motion to intervene in a lawsuit filed earlier this year by the ACLU against a Florida county school district, says it is the "David" in its battle for religious freedom and that the ACLU is the "Goliath."
As Honduras continues to slide toward instability following last week's military coup, international Christian organizations are pressing the governments of the Latin American region and the Organization of American States to take appropriate action.
When Liberty University withdrew recognition from the student-run College Democrats earlier this year, left-leaning organizations quickly lashed out against the fundamental Christian school, accusing it of banning the club and saying that a person couldn't be a Christian and a Democrat.
Before speaking to thousands of Muslims on Saturday, the "Purpose Driven" preacher made it clear that his goal behind every speaking engagement is always the same – for the "global glory of God."
The United Church of Christ has elected a new president to replace the Rev. John Thomas, who – after a decade as the denomination's president – is ineligible for an additional term.
A Christian legal group has filed a motion to intervene in a lawsuit that resulted in an anti-religious and allegedly unconstitutional consent order against a Florida county school district.
A renowned New York City megachurch officially accepted the resignation of their senior pastor Thursday less than two months after they installed him.
A Christian legal group is accusing a left-leaning church-state separation group of trying to cover their tracks after a complaint with the IRS was filed against them.
The head of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) said this week that he has "deep confidence" that the unity within the nation's largest Lutheran denomination will not be lost amid concerns that a "church-dividing decision" might result from next month's churchwide assembly.
The former president of Southeastern University in Lakeland, Fla., officially stepped in Wednesday to take charge of Oral Roberts University, marking another new start for the historically charismatic institution.
"Purpose Driven" megachurch pastor Rick Warren will be spending part of his Fourth of July speaking to up to 40,000 Muslims in the nation's capital.
Hundreds of Christians have gathered in Boston this week for a four-day event commemorating the influence of the Reformation on Western Civilization over the last half a millennium.
Home is where the heart is. And according to White House press secretary Robert Gibbs, a church home is where a person formally joins, not where they regularly attend services.
The first NIV Bible penned by 31,173 individuals has finally been completed following a nearly nine-month effort that organizers originally thought would take about five.
While the results of Iran's contested presidential election have very little chance for change, the country cannot and will not be the same again, points out an Iranian Christian whose father was martyred more than two decades ago.