Jeremy Lin, the Houston Rockets guard who became an NBA sensation last season while playing for the New York Knicks, finished up his tour of Taiwan on Sunday by giving his personal testimony during an event called "Jeremy Lin's Miracle Night."
Survey results from a study conducted by People Can Change, a nonprofit organization that seeks to help people with unwanted same-sex attractions (SSA), show that over half of those who sought counseling for SSA felt their attractions diminish as a result.
Following a successful first episode last week, "The American Bible Challenge" returned to the Game Show Network on Thursday and featured a new challenge named after New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow.
The families of the victims of the Aurora, Colo., shooting massacre spoke out on Tuesday about their discontentment with the way a relief fund set up to help them is being managed.
Barna Group released the final report in a four-part series on "Christian Women Today" on Tuesday, revealing somewhat surprising statistics concerning the influence of Christian women voters and what issues concern them the most.
During a live Google Hangout event designed to help promote the upcoming Resurgence Conference, Pastor Rick Warren told interviewer Mark Driscoll that the hardest criticism to take is from those who say all megachurches are the same.
Perry Noble, senior pastor of NewSpring Church in South Carolina, wants to see God do "big things" in his church, which is why he and the members of his congregation have been praying all week with the hope of seeing 3,000 people become saved during this weekend's services.
"The American Bible Challenge," hosted by comedian Jeff Foxworthy, premiered Thursday night on the Game Show Network and combined elements of faith and fun while contestants played to win money for their favorite charities.
A tourist attraction in lower Galilee that seeks to recreate daily life as it was in ancient Israel recently got a technological upgrade when it began putting Wi-Fi hotspots around the necks of donkeys so tourists can have access to the Internet.
Tim Tebow may be in a new city with a new uniform, but his W15H program continues to put smiles on the faces of children who are suffering from life-threatening illnesses.
New research from the Barna Group finds that Christian women in the U.S. claim to struggle less with "traditional" sins such as lust than they do more modern bad behaviors like disorganization.
When controversy erupted over Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy's comments in favor of traditional marriage last month, thousands of Americans showed their support for the company with their wallets and helped reveal the buying power behind an emerging consumer group that one expert calls "Faith Driven Consumers."
A new study released Friday by Barna Group researchers suggests that Christian women tend to believe family, not faith, is their highest priority in life.
A Saudi Arabian agency that regulates information and communication technology has filed objections to a number of proposed generic top-level domains for the Internet, including .bible and .catholic.
On Tuesday, an Amish-Mennonite pastor was found guilty of abetting international kidnapping, and on the same day a lawsuit was filed against him and several organizations that allegedly conspired to make the crime happen. Among those who are named as defendants in the suit are the Liberty University School of Law and Thomas Road Baptist Church, which is led by Senior Pastor Jonathan Falwell.
Researchers at the Barna Group on Monday released part one of their "Christian Women Today" series and asked the question, "Are Women Happy at Church?" While 73 percent of women say they are making the most of their gifts and potential in their churches, some women say their experiences haven't been so positive.
Pranitha Timothy is a soft-spoken Indian woman who has led over 50 rescue operations to free slaves in Chennai, India. She has survived a brain tumor and a number of run-ins with violent slave owners, and says God has cleared the path for her to fight injustice in the world today.
Mario Vega, senior pastor of one of the world's largest churches, spoke to leaders across the U.S. during the Willow Creek Association's Global Leadership Summit on Friday and shared just how difficult it can be to lead through feelings of anguish.
What do music icons John Legend, M.C. Hammer and Babyface all have in common? They were all brought up in the strong musical tradition of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), an organization that, according to a spokesperson, has not often promoted its "longstanding legacy of musical greatness."
The leader of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), a predominantly African-American denomination, says it is acceptable for Christians to support President Barack Obama in spite of the president's stance in support of same-sex marriage.
Presiding Bishop Charles H. Ellis III, who is entering his third year as the leader of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), spoke with The Christian Post on Monday from the denomination's 97th annual Summer Convention in New Orleans about unity in the church, helping families in New Orleans and the fight to give women the opportunity to become bishops.
Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), the fourth-largest Pentecostal church organization in the world, kicked off its 97th annual convention in New Orleans on Sunday with a service focused on Christian unity.
The Newsboys, a popular Christian rock band, has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against a rising rap duo that has what the band's attorney calls a "deceptively similar" name.
Chick-fil-A saw "unprecedented" sales numbers during its unofficial "Appreciation Day" on Wednesday, but it pained some gay employees of the restaurant chain to work on a day that they perceived to have been created against them.
Leighton Autrey knows the dedication it takes to be a world-class athlete. The former Major League Baseball prospect was on his way to a professional sports career until a family crisis caused him to rethink his course and pursue a career in art. Now, during one of the biggest sporting events in the world, one of his faith-based paintings is on display at the London Olympics 2012 Art Show.