God's "fierce fingers" are all over the deadly storms that ripped through the Midwest and South over the past weekend, popular preacher and author John Piper said.
Actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth is defending her upcoming ABC show "GCB," formerly known "Good Christian B*tches," saying that people should give the show a chance before judging it.
Inspiring people on and off the field, Tim Tebow will be speaking this weekend at a megachurch in Las Vegas. Some 20,000 people are expected to show up to hear the Denver Broncos quarterback share his story.
Many churches today have become too obsessed with youth culture, idolizing whatever is new, fresh, and cutting edge, particularly in the area of worship.
Another alleged sighting of Jesus is causing a stir once again, this time in New Mexico where a man claims Jesus appeared to him on a fresh baked tortilla.3 comments
The leaders behind the Trinity Broadcasting Network, the "world's largest faith channel," are coming under scrutiny once again by another member of the Crouch family.
"God is Dead" theologian William Hamilton died on Tuesday of complications from congestive heart failure in Portland, Ore. He was 87.
A faith-based nonprofit organization recently filed a lawsuit against a public library in Oregon for denying the use of a meeting room because of their religious nature.
Things may finally be looking up for Lindsay Lohan who claims that she is now clean and sober, for real this time. The 25-year-old actress told Matt Lauer that she's grown and wants to prove that she's accountable.2 comments
Hemant Mehta of the Friendly Atheist recently made a claim that the Internet will eventually lead to religion's downfall because of its plethora of information and wisdom offered to those seeking answers to life's "toughest questions."
Recent reports that a church in Louisiana was ordered to stop passing out free water bottles and cups of coffee during a Mardi Gras parade have been unnecessarily sensationalized, a pastor revealed.
Contrary to popular opinion, it's the road most traveled – not the least – that will make for the best route on a journey and the one that'll make all the difference in life.
When Ed Dobson was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease, he thought his life was over. Given only two to five more years to live, the former megachurch pastor, who fully understood the disease's degenerative symptoms, began to slowly give up on his life6 comments
American artist Mia Tavonatti is causing a stir in the community with her latest mosaic titled "Crucifixion," which won first place in the 2011 ArtPrize competition in Grand Rapids, Mich. Conversing with Tavonatti, who currently resides in Orange County, Calif., The Christian Post discussed her winning piece, the inspiration behind it, her personal moments of divine intervention, and other related topics.
When artist Mia Tavonatti decided to enter her mosaic at an international art competition in Michigan, she didn't know just how well it would be received due to its subject matter: Jesus Christ on a cross.