Joel Osteen offers a strong statement of support for the Israeli people in an interview with CNN's Pierce Morgan Tuesday night, in which the Lakewood Church pastor also discusses whether he would vote for a Jewish or Muslim presidential candidate.
An executive administrator at New Destiny Christian Center (NDCC), told The Christian Post Tuesday in an exclusive interview that the church Zachery Tims left behind is "looking forward to moving on with the ministry" now that the 30 days of mourning for the Florida minister has been completed.
Prince Harry, 27, will be reporting for military duty this week in the desert, but this time it will be at the Gila Bend Air Force Auxiliary Field in Arizona.
More than 1,000 people were baptized in Atlanta's Georgia Dome on Oct. 1 in the "One Body" 2011 Stand Up campaign hosted by Cory "Coco Brother" Condrey.
The legendary Tiger Woods is out of the top 50 world ranking in golf for the first time in 15 years. Woods' impressive career began to nosedive following personal problems which involved the scandal of marital infidelity, divorce, and a very public mea culpa.
Islamic militants with suspected ties to Iranian security forces have been terrorizing evangelical Christians with threats to "repent" or die, it was reported Sunday.
Eddie Long's attorneys are reportedly seeking to recover $900,000 from the financial settlement of three of the five young men who accused the minister of sexual coercion last fall.
Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani was tried and found guilty of apostasy in his country of Iran in September of 2010. He is now facing imminent execution for refusing to recant his religion.
Mike Huckabee, the former governor of Arkansas and a 2008 Republican primary contender, is reportedly once again looking to join the race to the White House.
Anti-death penalty activists from across the U.S. and around the world will be in Georgia this weekend for Troy Davis' funeral in hopes of using the inmate's execution to highlight the fight against the death penalty.
Controversial author and pastor Rob Bell is teaming up with "Lost" co-creator Carlton Cuse to produce a new TV show called "Stronger," which is being described as an unusual spiritual drama and is reportedly loosely based on Bell's life.
Terri Roberts' son, Charles, shot 10 Amish girls on an October day in 2006, and her life and the lives of the people of Lancaster County, Pa. have never been the same.
Speaker of the House John Boehner as well as the White House have issued statements Thursday, pressuring Iranian officials to spare the life of Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani, even as reports increase of the Christian convert's impending execution.
Terrorist group al-Qaida in Yemen wants Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to cease spouting conspiracy theories about the events of Sept. 11, 2001 and credit the terrorist organization for being responsible for deadly attacks against the U.S.
A Massachusetts man was arrested Wednesday for allegedly plotting to destroy the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol with an aircraft and explosives.
Tyson Fresh Meats has voluntarily issued a recall for 131,300 pounds of ground beef, across 14 states, after a sample of the meat tested positive for E. coli, health officials announced Wednesday.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin appeared to have momentarily forgotten the first name of Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, whom she referred to as "Herb" and called "the flavor of the week" during a Fox News broadcast, in which she also commented on calls to join the 2012 campaign.
The Obama administration has received both criticism and praise for a proposal aimed at protecting the jobless from being rejected by employers on the basis of their unemployment status.
A Saudi court has sentenced Shaima Ghassaniya to 10 lashes for defying the kingdom's band on women driving, even as the nation grants women the right to vote.
Health officials say as many as 16 people have now died from possible listeria illnesses traced to Colorado cantaloupes in what is being described as the deadliest food outbreak in more than a decade.
"I agree, Jesus Christ is the Lord. I believe in that," President Barack Obama said in response to a heckler who disrupted his speech at a Los Angles fundraiser Monday.
Former Google employee Doug Edwards asked President Barack Obama to raise his taxes at a town hall meeting in California Monday, prompting applause from the somewhat startled audience at the LinkedIn event at Mountain View's Computer History Center.
Businessman Herman Cain, fresh off his Florida straw poll victory, is the next Republican presidential candidate in line to meet with business magnate Donald Trump. Romney, Perry, and Bachmann have all either met with Trump or will meet with the mogul this week.
Powerful Typhoon Nesat crashed into northern Philippines Tuesday, causing authorities to order more than 100,000 people to seek shelter from torrential rains and strong winds gusting up to 106 miles per hour in the capital city of Ma
Republicans are still dreaming of a Chris Christie run for the presidency this Christmas, but the New Jersey governor is sticking to his earlier decision not to run in the 2012 election.