The wife of the late "Painter of Light" Thomas Kinkade has filed a restraining order against Kinkade's girlfriend, Amy Pinto-Walsh.
Willow Creek Community Church is hosting a 5k run/walk April 21 to raise funds to buy shoes for children in developing countries. The megachurch will be using the run to kick off its annual "Celebration of Hope" campaign, a part of the ministry's initiative to encourage Christians to live a "lifestyle of compassion."
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange has appointed a rector to preside over the Crystal Cathedral, the iconic building purchased earlier this year by the diocese from the ministry founded decades ago by the Rev. Robert H. Schuller.
Photos published by The Los Angeles Times on Wednesday of U.S. soldiers posing alongside the corpses of Afghan terrorists have sparked outrage around the world.
Judge Jessica Recksiedler has removed herself from the highly public George Zimmerman second-degree murder case in Florida, citing a possible conflict of interest.
A rare copy of the Gospel of John has been sold by the Jesuits to the British Library for $14.3 million and is said to be in "exquisite" condition despite being more than a thousand years old.
Around 150 Afghan high school aged girls were poisoned on Tuesday in northern Afghanistan in what many suspect is an attack on females seeking education.
Members of a Christian college in Canada will be placing posters around the Toronto Transit Commission's subway system in an attempt to counter recent posters displayed by a Muslim group declaring "there is no god but Allah."
A new potential blockbuster film about the young life of Jesus' mother Mary, backed by popular Lakewood Church pastor Joel Osteen, might see the U.S. government walk away with a portion of its earnings before it even gets to theaters.
Accused lone wolf terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, who allegedly carried out a deadly massacre in his native Norway last July, pleaded not guilty in his first court appearance Monday, claiming the 77 people who died in the attacks were killed in self-defense.
Former Crystal Cathedral pastor Robert A. Schuller is renting out rooms in his pristine Laguna Beach, Calif., home for $700 a night, or $5,000 a week, as part of a spiritual retreat package.
Mark NeJame, a Florida lawyer who is known for representing golf legend Tiger Woods, had been asked to serve as legal council for George Zimmerman, the Sanford, Fla., neighborhood watchman who charged with second-degree murder in the February death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
Restore NYC, a faith-based nonprofit created in 2006 to help rebuild the lives of foreign-born survivors of sex trafficking in New York City, celebrated its third annual gala Tuesday night to raise funds for restoring freedom and hope to survivors of sex trafficking.
Restore NYC, a faith-based nonprofit created in 2006 to help rebuild the lives of foreign-born survivors of sex trafficking in New York City, celebrated its third annual gala Tuesday night and artists Amy Lee, Paula Cole, and Ashley Arrison were on hand to perform at the event.
Major League Baseball's the Washington Nationals will be hosting their first ever "Faith Night" in Washington, D.C., on April 16, and widely acclaimed pastor Joel Osteen will be on hand to throw out the first pitch.
George Zimmerman's lawyers publicly withdrew from the neighborhood watchman's case Tuesday, saying they had no knowledge of their client's whereabouts.
An 8.7-magnitude earthquake hit off the northern coast of Indonesia Wednesday, triggering a tsunami alert for the region.
Widely acclaimed pastor Bishop T.D. Jakes appeared on "Oprah's Lifeclass the Tour" Monday evening to discuss with the iconic talk show host and the show's interactive audience how to live a life of purpose.
Space officials in North Korea have moved a long-rang rocket into position for a controversial launch slated to take place later this month.
Bishop T.D. Jakes appeared on Oprah Winfrey's "Next Chapter" on the OWN network this past Sunday and opened up with the talk show host about his preaching responsibilities, critics, and feelings on having an African-American president.
CBS newsman Mike Wallace passed away Saturday evening in a care center in New Canaan, Conn., at the age of 93.
Former Crystal Cathedral pastor Robert A. Schuller recently released an inspirational new memoir chronicling the "dark period" in his life when he left the California megachurch and how the challenge of being "down to nothing" taught him to put more trust in God.
Five Albuquerque firemen who won thousands during last Friday's Mega Millions lottery have donated part of their winning ticket to help save a friend's life.
Prostitution is often not a "choice," according to Faith Huckel of the sex trafficking organization Restore NYC.
One L. Goh, the man accused of going on a shooting rampage at a small Christian university in Oakland, Calif., was attempting to "settle a score" with a female school administrator when he carried out the fatal attack on Monday morning, according to police officials.