Inspirational speaker and Life Without Limbs author Nick Vujicic was spotted on the beach in Hawaii recently, enjoying the sun with his new wife Kanae Miyahara.
New York Knicks' newest star Jeremy Lin quoted among one of his favorite Bible verse a most fitting passage in Romans on suffering and perseverance.
"There but for the grace of God go I," is the statement that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is making in response to his critics who condemn his recent decision to lower the flags in honor of the late Whitney Houston.
A liberal media watchdog group was purportedly given a grant to expand their monitoring and fact checking of religious broadcasts.
Comedy Central suspended production of "The Colbert Report," hosted by the comedian and political satirist Stephen Colbert. New reports indicate the suspension was due to a family emergency.
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann will not be joining ABC's hit show "Dancing with the Stars" this March contrary to rumors indicating otherwise.
Good news may be near for dozens of New York City churches currently out of a building to meet and worship in on Sundays following an "optimistic" hearing on Tuesday.
Gospel singer and pastor Kimberly Burrell is confident that her good friend Whitney Houston is in heaven right now, celebrating with God.
One Christian organization is looking to reach what it believes to be a closed country – the public school. With religion being pushed out of schools, The Life Book Movement is targeting Bible-illiterate high school students in the largely hard-to-reach public institutions.
Up until now, the Old Testament book Song of Solomon has mostly been directed toward adults, married or unmarried. Author Chris Ray, however, is now seeking to shift that focus to a younger audience in his latest book Song of Solomon for Teenagers: And Anyone Else Who Wonders Why They Are Here.
What do the tragic deaths of great talents like Elvis Presley, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse, and now Whitney Houston all have in common? The evil hand of Satan, according to author and church leader Trevin Wax.
A paraphrased quote on the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial will soon be replaced after complaints arose last year against the truncated inscription. Critics argued that the words shed an unfavorable light on the civil rights leader.
If there's one thing that the former Destiny's Child singer Kelly Rowland must have with her on tour, it's her Bible, and some Fiji Water.
Sources reveal MacBook Pros may be in for a complete new makeover by the end of 2012, setting "the tone for the next wave of notebook computing."
Can one good deed spark another? Director and actor Tyler Perry is proving it can through his new youth initiative created alongside his upcoming film, "Good Deeds."
Fifty-five percent of Christian singles still believe in love at first sight, according to a recent Valentine's Day poll conducted by ChristianMingle.com, one of the largest faith-based online dating sites.
How do you look at the girl you love and tell yourself it's time to walk away? You don't, hopefully.
A religious organization in Iowa is hoping to bring prayer back to city council meetings after the practice was dropped earlier this year.
When finally given the opportunity to simply attend, and not preside or preach at a given church on Sunday, two notable Christian leaders found out just how difficult it was to fit into and connect to a new church today.
Imagine a coffee shop where the drinks are free and the tabs are always paid for regardless of the time, day, or season.
Increasing pressures and demands from the ministry coupled with a lack of the Gospel can lead to a common experience among many in the church – burnout.
A federal appeals court in Atlanta maintained an earlier ruling that the rights of a former counselor at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were not violated when she was fired for refusing to advise an employee in a same-sex relationship.
Russell Crowe is now being considered for the lead role in Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic "Noah," though nothing has been confirmed as of yet.
A Christian organization in England has been asked to take down claims stating that God can heal certain illnesses after a complaint from an "unofficial adviser to the media."
The Florida Senate passed a bill on Wednesday allowing student-led prayer or other inspirational messages at public school events, drawing mixed reaction from residents.