A nationwide pizza chain and a local church in Detroit are partnering together this winter to give away 4,000 free brand-new winter coats for low-income youth.
Former Baywatch TV star and Playboy magazine playmate Pamela Anderson will star as the Virgin Mary in an hour-long comedy sketch titled “A Russell Peters Christmas,” set to air next month on Canada’s CTV network.
A silver-gilded Holy Gospel book dating back to 1933 and other items that were stolen from a church in Buffalo, NY, have parishioners and church leaders devastated.
More than 650,000 people in eight countries will now be able to hear the word of God in their own heart language with the release of 11 new recordings, the world’s largest audio Bible ministry just announced.
Advertisers have begun pulling out of upcoming broadcasts of Penn State football games in direct response to the scandals recently flooding the school.
As the world witnesses a growing amount of persecution, terror and religious violence, one question persists: Would the world be better off without religion?
Is evil and wickedness taking a foothold at Penn State? Jim Daly, president and CEO of Focus on the Family, believes so, as crimes against children were covered up just to keep a program from collapsing
Christian rap artist Shai Linne has acted and worked in theater production, and released a number of hip hop albums. But the one thing he has never done is shoot a music video.
A growing disconnect between Bible ownership and Bible reading in America has made many Christian leaders throughout the nation worried.
New York residents may soon be able to purchase “Choose Life” specialty license plates for their vehicles. Judges ruled on Tuesday that the New York State DMV violated the First Amendment when it rejected a group's application to sponsor a “Choose Life” specialty license plate
A church was “divinely spared” from an arsonist’s attempts at burning the more than 100-year-old building, a pastor shared. One fire burned until it reached an old Bible, leaving the book untouched
West Virginia prisoners surprised a 6-year-old girl suffering from leukemia with a care package, which contained among other goodies a check for $1,029.30.
Atheist Christopher Hitchens has fallen ill from pneumonia, thus cancelling his scheduled appearance in London with his good friend, actor and writer Stephen Fry. The two were set for an upcoming interview at London’s Royal Festival Hall on Wednesday.
A tell-all television documentary about Michael Jackson’s doctor is set to air this Friday just days after he was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. The 50-minute documentary, titled “Michael Jackson and the Doctor,” will explore the untold story of Dr. Conrad Murray
Is Facebook “at war” with Amazon, Google and Apple? Founder Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t think so, calling so-called competitors allies
The devotion to both God and America is symbolized in a new image one group believes – the Cross Spangled Banner. Hoping to reawaken the virtue they claim America has forgotten, a few individuals from Milwaukee created a new flag replacing the 50 stars with crosses,
The topic of marriage can often be a sticky one for single women inside the church still looking for their future husband-to-be’s. Many believers are ill equipped to properly advise the unattached ladies within their congregation, oftentimes saying all the wrong things.
Workers renovating a church steeple in New Jersey were rescued Thursday after being stuck above ground for three hours.
A 46-year-old man from Illinois pleaded not guilty on Thursday for purportedly stalking teen actress and singer Selena Gomez, famed girlfriend of Justin Bieber.
More than two months have passed since the documentary “Gospel Without Borders” was released, a film examining what the Bible has to say about the immigration crisis currently plaguing the nation.
Apple is sending a message to the porn industry – it’s not okay to use their brands to promote pornography. The leading tech corporation filed a complaint with the World Intellectual Property Organization on Thursday
The Parents Television Council blasted an appeals court for upholding their earlier decision to throw out a $550,000 indecency fine against CBS for Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction” during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show
Discount retailer Syms Corp and its wholly owned subsidiary Filene’s Basement filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday after failing to make ends meet during tough economic times, to the demise of many brides-to-be.
A couple from an infamous faith-healing church was sentenced to more than six years in prison by an Oregon judge who believed the death of their newborn son was avoidable.
“Glee” star Charice Pempengco is flying back home to the Philippines to be with her family after her estranged father was stabbed to death Monday.