Two-thirds of New Yorkers, including some who support the proposed Islamic community center, say leaders of the project should find a location further from the 9/11 crash site.
Capt. Dale Goetz, a Baptist pastor from South Dakota, is the first U.S. Army chaplain killed in action in 40 years, the military announced Thursday.
A Christian housing ministry plans to build, repair and dedicate more than 100 homes for low-income families over Labor Day Week.
A Jewish artist who admits to not knowing much about Jesus Christ seeks to create the "ultimate portrait" of the man Christians confess as Lord and Savior.
North Korea executed three leaders of the underground church and jailed 20 other Christians, reported a news agency focused on Asia.
A U.K. church worship leader recently set out on a three-year journey to tweet the entire Bible – one chapter at a time.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals did the "right thing" by putting a hold on same-sex marriage in California, said a conservative group.
Somalia's underground Christian community is asking fellow believers worldwide to pray for their safety during Islam's holy month of Ramadan.
With an estimated 20 million people affected by the devastating floods in Pakistan, it is "almost incomprehensible" to imagine the response needed, said a Christian relief group Sunday.
More than three-in-five New Yorkers are opposed to the plan to build a mosque near Ground Zero, revealed results of a new survey released Thursday.
Christian ministries plan to use prayers and satellite TV to reach Muslims with the message of Christ during Ramadan, Islam's holiest month.
Archaeologists in Israel recently discovered a Philistine temple at the site where the giant warrior Goliath's hometown would have been.
The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday denied landmark status to the building near Ground Zero, opening the way for a "mega mosque" to be built two blocks from the site of the Sept. 11 attacks.
A judge in Spain has been suspended for ten years and ordered to return his salary of about $127,000 to the government because he delayed a decision to allow a lesbian to adopt her partner's child.
As U.S. and South Korean forces engage in war games off the east coast of South Korea, back in the United States Korean-American Christians are drawing attention to the problem of stateless North Korean orphans.
A prominent traditional marriage group is about half way through its 23-city tour to call on Americans to defend the definition of marriage as between one man and one woman.
A Christian legal group representing thousands of Americans opposed to the building of an Islamic mosque near Ground Zero has urged New York City officials to grant landmark status to the current building on the site.
Argentina legalized same-sex marriage Thursday, offering gay couples all the same rights given to their heterosexual counterparts, including adopting children.
The Presbyterian Church (USA) approved a significantly modified version of a Middle East report on Friday that, for the most part, placated both Jews and Palestinians.
A North Carolina pastor is demanding an apology from lawmakers in his state after he was dismissed from his chaplain duties for praying in Jesus' name.
The American citizen sentenced to eight years in a North Korean labor camp for illegally entering the country attempted to kill himself, North Korea reported on Friday.
Four Christians who were arrested at a large Arab festival in Michigan will have their arraignment hearing on Monday.
To mark the 100-day countdown until a historic world evangelization summit, organizers launched a global chat room in eight languages.
The oldest Jewish human rights organization urged the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) this week to not approve a report focused on the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
A mission group on Thursday sued a Florida district school board for banning Bible distribution on public school campuses on Religious Freedom Day.