Christian organizations and Good Samaritans around the world are joining together this week as part of an awareness and fundraising campaign that hopes to impact the lives of over a billion people globally.
The federal government will earn future profits off of an upcoming film about the early life of Jesus' mother Mary, backed by popular Lakewood Church pastor Joel Osteen.
In the latest violence in Mexico's deadly drug war, decapitated body parts of 18 people have been discovered near Mexico's second largest city of Gudalajara on Wednesday.
The Washington National Cathedral will be dedicating a new statue to late civil and human rights icon Rosa Parks.
A cancer-stricken Hugo Chavez is becoming "more Christian" as he battles a reoccurring form of the disease that could significantly stifle his chances for re-election in October.
Olympic organizers are looking into a claim by a British newspaper that a worker was able to sneak a fake bomb past two checkpoints into London's Olympic Park last Friday.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton revealed on Monday that she would not be running in the 2016 presidential race, saying that although she hopes to see a female president lead the U.S. within her lifetime, she no longer wishes to assume that role.
A body was discovered in a barn behind Churchill Downs Sunday morning, just hours after the 138th running of the Kentucky Derby.
The family of ex-San Diego Chargers linebacker Junior Seau has decided to donate the football star's brain to scientific research on the long-term effects of repetitive brain trauma on NFL players.
The head of the Nigerian Christian community has issued a final warning call to the government urging the country's leadership to use all necessary means to halt protracted violence against Christians in the country.
With the search for a new leader for the Church of England unfolding, a claim that racism is taking hold within the Anglican Communion has spurred a debate about snobbery, elitism, and race within the nearly 80-million member body, whose majority of worshippers hail from the African continent.
A new survey indicates that British physicians would prefer to have the option to deny services to patients struggling to kick their smoking and over-eating habits. Others have suggested that such a move would be a denial of basic human rights.
The Christian Post recently spoke with one of the producers of human trafficking film "Trade of Innocents" about why telling such a story through the lens of a feature film is powerful, and how the subject matter is important for both Christian and mainstream audiences.
The 2010 death of Gareth Williams, a British foreign intelligence spy, may never be solved, a coroner said on Wednesday.
The Pakistani contractor who bulldozed the three-story Abbottabad hideout of Osama bin Laden is selling the remnants of the al-Qaida terrorist's last home.
U.S. Special Forces have joined African troops in the hunt for Ugandan guerrilla warlord Joseph Kony, who is responsible for the deaths of an estimated 100,000 people in Central Africa.
Today is National Honesty Day, a day to encourage us to be more honest and open in our everyday lives and in our interactions with others.
The beheaded body of a British doctor working for the International Committee of the Red Cross was discovered on a Pakistani roadside Sunday.
A new report on the state of Christians living in the Holy Land aired on CBS' "60 Minutes" last weekend has stirred controversy among some Christian and Jewish groups that have blasted the report as unfairly portraying Israel as an oppressor of Middle East Christians.
Bishop T.D. Jakes of Dallas-based megachurch The Potter's House has announced that he has come on board to executive produce an upcoming biopic film chronicling the love story of former president of South Africa Nelson Mandela and his ex-wife, Winnie Mandela.
Jeremy Lin and Cardinal Timothy Dolan were on hand for Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World Gala at New York City's famous Lincoln Center on Tuesday evening.
In the past, the church has not been a major player in the fight against malaria, but World Vision, along with Christian leaders and churches across the U.S., is working to unite the faith community in its war against the disease responsible for the deaths of millions of children.
Lady Gaga is set to kick off her "Born This Way Ball" at Seoul's Olympic Stadium in South Korea on Friday, but the popular performer is facing a wave of protests from a South Korean Christian group claiming the singer's lyrics are "lewd" and that she promotes an "unhealthy" attitude toward sex.
A Brazilian actor died on Sunday after accidentally hanging himself during an Easter play in which he was re-enacting the suicide of Judas Iscariot, whom the Bible describes as the betrayer of Jesus.
Sudanese warplanes crossed into a major South Sudanese border town Monday morning, carrying out deadly airstrikes that killed one and wounded several others. Observers fear the two nations may be on the brink of a new full-scale conflict.