A group of over 30 faith-based investment firms are teaming up to fight against human trafficking at this year's biggest sporting event in the world – the 2012 summer Olympic games in London.
As the U.S. released its annual Trafficking in Persons Report (TIP) last week, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton honored Gary Haugen of the faith-based International Justice Mission for his efforts at combating modern-day slavery.
Matt Sandusky, the youngest adopted son of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, came forward this week to say that he too had been a victim of child sex abuse at the hands of his adopted father and was reportedly willing to testify in court against the coach.
A United Nations cultural group will vote next week to determine if Israel's Church of the Nativity, said to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ, will become a World Heritage site, a title reserved for locations that have "outstanding universal value" to all of humanity.
The Second Mile charity, founded by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, will be transferring over funds and programs that help at-risk youth and their families to a Houston-based Christian organization known as Arrow Child and Family Ministries.
Egypt's state news agency Mena reported Tuesday that former President Hosni Mubarak was "clinically dead," but those reports have been denied and the ousted dictator is understood to currently be in a coma.
Dorothy "Dottie" Sandusky, the wife of former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, testified in court on Tuesday that she never heard or saw any indication that her husband was abusing young boys.
Texas-based Christian human rights organization ChinaAid has launched a defense fund to fight against forced abortions in China in light of the recent case involving a seven-month pregnant woman forced by family planning officials to undergo the procedure.
Egyptian Presidential candidates Mohammed Morsi and Ahmed Shafiq are set to go head-to-head this weekend in the country's landmark presidential elections, and many analysts are questioning what the fate of the Coptic Christian community will be under the leadership of either candidate.
Scientist claim that bones discovered in a small church in Bulgaria may those of John the Baptist, the biblical figure known for baptizing Jesus.
The Supreme Constitutional Court, whose judges had been appointed by ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, ruled on Thursday that the country's parliament is invalid and must be dissolved – a move the Muslim Brotherhood is calling a "coup."
Well-known Chinese Christian lawyer Zhang Kai has spoken out against a recent forced abortion case in China that captured international attention, labeling the shocking case, in which he intends to represent the mother, a "crime against humanity."
A Texas soldier has been found guilty in the 2010 murders of his two Army roommates at a U.S. base camp in Iraq.
Backpage.com has filed a lawsuit over a new anti-sex trafficking law it believes violates the First Amendment and would place an unbearable burden on companies that host third-party, although it has been shown that its services help facilitate the sex abuse of minors.
The Orange County, Calif., megachurch known as the Crystal Cathedral has been given a new name by its Catholic owners. Bishop Tod Brown announced the cathedral's new name, Christ Cathedral, on Saturday during an Ordination Mass of four new Catholic priests at the St. Columban Catholic Church in Garden Grove.
The Crystal Cathedral Ministries congregation will be moving to a new location next summer, it was announced on Thursday, with the ministry's leader calling the move a "significant step" in their revival.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that U.N. monitors where shot at Thursday while trying to reach the village where another Syrian massacre took the lives of at least 78 villagers.
A young girl with a rare disease known as Lissencephaly has been receiving "life-saving" help from none other than international tween heartthrob Justin Bieber.
The Orange County, Calif., church known around the world as the Crystal Cathedral has been given a new name by its new Catholic owners that will be announced this coming weekend.
Nine of 16 jurors were selected on Tuesday for the child sex abuse trial of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky – the same day that new allegations emerged that Sandusky had written "creepy" love letters to one of his alleged victims.
Starting from New York City Tuesday, Illinois Pastor Corey Brooks has embarked on a several-months-long journey across the U.S. to raise $15 million to fund his ongoing battle against the staggering levels of gun violence that plague the predominantly black youth of inner-city Chicago and others across the country.
A Christian woman has claimed that local government-hired security personnel kidnapped her as she left church and raped her during her visit to the capital city of Beijing two months ago.
A plane crash that occurred Sunday in Nigeria's largest city of Lagos has left 163 people dead and caused an outpouring of grief around the world.
Newly released photos of two adult women dressed in military garb while breastfeeding have sparked sparked a debate about what is, and what should be considered unacceptable, for uniformed U.S. service members.
Houston megachurch pastor Joel Osteen has spoken out on the highly publicized criminal extortion case surrounding the upcoming "Mary, Mother of Christ" film, for which he serves as executive producer.