The Apostle Paul once wrote that "faith comes by hearing," but what about those who can't hear? Faith Comes By Hearing (FCBH), the world's leading audio Bible ministry, announced Monday that it has added to its collection of audio recordings a video-based Bible application for the deaf.
The only printing company authorized to print the Bible in China announced Thursday that the nation has now printed over 100 million copies of the Christian scriptures.
Kyrsten Sinema, a Democrat from Arizona, may soon be the first openly bisexual member of the U.S. Congress. Early voting totals are still being counted by the Maricopa County Elections Department, but Sinema's campaign announced in a statement from Wednesday that she had taken a lead of over 2,700 votes.
Judge Roy Moore, who previously served as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court until he defied a federal order to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the state's judicial building, reclaimed his seat Tuesday in a tight election race.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel wants Protestants and Catholics to emphasize what they have in common as the nation prepares for celebrations marking the 500th anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation.
A middle school in Maine has issued an apology to parents after representatives of a support organization for young homosexuals spoke about sexual topics that were deemed inappropriate during the school's fifth annual "Diversity Day" event.
When a pastor or other church leader falls into some kind of moral failure, how should the church respond? Several prominent and formerly prominent evangelical leaders sought to answer this and other questions during a recent Life-Giving Leadership Round Table event.
The persecution of Christians in the 10/40 Window has increased by 400 percent over the last 10 years, which is why Gospel for Asia (GFA) is calling on Christians to spend an entire day, not just a few minutes, fasting and praying for the persecuted church.
The Protestant Reformation began on this date nearly 500 years ago, and, in the stead of Halloween parties or trick-or-treating, some churches are hosting events to commemorate the influence of their Protestant patriarchs.
A new video narrated by Mike Huckabee seeks to remind Christians to cast their ballots according to their values, and says their votes will "be recorded in eternity."
While preparing to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy on Monday, World Vision workers in New York City were forced to evacuate their own facilities and leave their relief supplies behind due to fear of flooding.
Pastor Josh Patterson, co-author of Creature of the Word: The Jesus-Centered Church, took the stage during a simulcast event Tuesday to discuss the seemingly constant tension in ministry between suffering and celebration.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who has converted to Christianity, spoke to Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith of ESPN2's "First Take" on Tuesday and accused Smith of using an unloving tone when criticizing New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow.
It may be time for some Christians to change the password to their email accounts after it was announced Tuesday that the word "jesus" has made a list of the "25 Worst Passwords of the Year."
Matt Chandler addressed pastors during the Creature of the Word Simulcast on Tuesday and warned them that harboring a sense of entitlement can kill a church.
The cover art for rap artist Jayceon "Game" Taylor's upcoming album is stirring up controversy because it portrays Jesus Christ as a gang member.
A class action lawsuit was filed against Sovereign Grace Ministries on Wednesday accusing the church of habitually covering up child sexual assault and abuse over an extended period of time.
Dinesh D'Souza, the former president of a New York Christian college who recently came under fire after it was revealed that he was engaged to a woman while still married to his wife of 20 years, released an article to his website on Wednesday declaring he did not have an affair.
The producer of one of the most financially successful political documentaries of all time, "2016: Obama's America," says a controversy involving the film's co-director and star, Dinesh D'Souza, is a personal relationship issue and should not be used to discredit the film.
An article describing Mormonism as a "cult" was removed from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association's (BGEA) website following Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's visit with Graham last week.
Rick Warren, pastor of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif., kicked off a six-week sermon series on the topic of "Doing Business With God" over the weekend, and explained that, contrary to popular belief, Adam and Eve worked in the Garden of Eden and people will work in heaven as well.
The Pacific Justice Institute filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against the City of Santa Monica, Calif., which decided in June to put an end to a 60-year tradition of allowing Nativity displays to be set up in a public park.
A Minneapolis school district will pay hefty settlement fees following the decision of a federal appeals court, which ruled that the district committed viewpoint discrimination by not allowing a Christian club to remain a part of an elementary school's after-school activities program.
Thousands of young people from across the United States shared their faith with their peers on Wednesday as a part of the Fellowship of Christian Athlete's (FCA) seventh annual national Fields of Faith event, which was held at over 400 locations throughout the country this year.
America is one of the fastest-growing mission fields in the world, the most recent issue of Unfinished magazine says, but if Christians are not careful they will miss opportunities to reach their "least reached neighbors."