Several weeks ago Presli Collins, a 10-year-old girl with a genetic disorder that causes tumors to grow in her body, spent five hours with Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow as his "date" at the Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards show in California. Little did her family know at the time, however, that Presli would become the face of her condition, at least for a few weeks, as a result.
A church in North Little Rock, Ark., became a major financial blessing to its community on Sunday when it gave a total of $100,000 to area organizations as a way of celebrating its 100th anniversary.
Two atheist organizations are teaming up to purchase a billboard in central Pennsylvania in protest of a resolution passed by the state's House of Representatives in January that declared 2012 the "Year of the Bible."
Pastor Rick Warren made a brief appearance during the Groundswell online conference on Thursday, but he wasn't the keynote speaker. In fact, many of the speakers who were featured aren't even out of high school yet.
Socially conservative leaders of several major organizations have together sent a letter to Huffington Post publisher Arianna Huffington demanding that she issue an apology over a column that mocks presidential candidate Rick Santorum and his Roman Catholic faith.
Emotions are running high in the city of Chardon, Ohio, where a gunman went on a horrific shooting spree at Chardon High School on Monday that has resulted in the death of three students and the wounding of two others. But as members of the community mourn, area pastors have banded together to lend an ear, help residents with the grieving process and show people that there is hope in God.
There's no doubt that the Bible contains graphic themes. Its stories are packed with things like violence, sex, war and sacrifice, but what about the language it contains? One blogger says modern translations of the Bible don't fully disclose the graphic language that its original writers intended for it to have.
When Richard Dawkins, the world-famous evolutionary biologist, and Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, took the stage at the United Kingdom's University of Oxford for a discussion over the origins of nature on Thursday, almost everyone thought the university had pitted an atheist against a Christian. Almost everyone was wrong.
States across the U.S. are debating whether or not they should allow public schools to teach courses on the Bible, based on the idea that understanding the Christian scriptures is important in understanding the history and culture of America. Not surprisingly, these Bible course bills are being met with mixed responses by lawmakers.
Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow made one little girl from Colorado very happy over the weekend when he flew her out to California to be his "date" for the second annual Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards show.
The American Center for Law and Justice has come to the defense of a Wisconsin mother, Melissa Wolf, whose child was told by his elementary school that he couldn't distribute Christian-themed messages to his classmates as a part of Valentine's Day.
British comedian and actor Ricky Gervais told CNN's Piers Morgan on Thursday that telling a child that gays will go to hell is "child abuse."
Everyone knows what it's like to give in to temptation, and to feel the shame that often follows. Sometimes even Christians feel that resistance to the things that tempt them the most is futile, so they should just accept defeat, but in his newest book, Anglican Bishop Todd Hunter explains how Americans can overcome the desires that are most haunting to them.
The messages that girls receive from teen magazines are often discouraging and degrading to their sense of self-worth, because very few teens feel as thin, pretty or savvy as cover girl models appear to be. That is why Acquire the Fire is teaming up with Virtuous Teen magazine to help spread the word to teenage girls that God loves them just as they are.
Oral arguments were heard in a Massachusetts Superior Court on Monday over a lawsuit filed by an atheist couple who believe that their children are being discriminated against because the Pledge of Allegiance – which is said every day in Mass. public school classrooms under state law – contains the phrase "under God."
Manny Pacquiao, the Filipino boxer who has dominated the world rankings in multiple weight classes, may be hanging up his gloves for good after his upcoming fight with Timothy Bradley Jr., stating that it might not look good for a "Bible ambassador" like himself to beat on people in the ring.
A lawsuit recently filed by the former head of finance for the Trinity Broadcasting Network claims that the directors of the widely-viewed Christian television network have illegally taken advantage of more than $50 million in "charitable assets" for their own good.
Robert Park, a Korean-American missionary who was tortured during his time in a North Korean prison camp, has never opened up to the media with specifics of what happened to him while he was a prisoner, until now.
The president of the world's largest ministry to homosexuals and their families recently attempted to clarify controversial statements he made at a Gay Christian Network conference in Orlando, Fla., including one in which he described gays at the conference as "brothers and sisters in Christ."
The commercials from Super Bowl XLVI were packed with memorable advertising moments, including a nude M&M's character and a "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" parody by Honda. But some of the most beloved ads from this year's football spectacle featured mankind's four-legged friends.
A liberal religious organization that is supportive of both the pro-choice and LGBT equality movement within faith communities says that the number of seminaries that meet its standards of sexual health and responsibility have doubled since 2009.
Tim Tebow appeared on NBC's "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" early Thursday morning and revealed that he is somewhat flattered by the "Tebowing" trend that became so popular over the course of this NFL season.
Atheist organizations from around the country have taken to billboard advertising to promote their views and their organizations over the last few months, but a new campaign by one atheist organization is focusing on reaching one group of people in particular: African-Americans.
A documentary aired on MSNBC last November that portrayed Teen Mania Ministries (TMM), one of the largest Christian youth organizations in the U.S., as a cult that abuses its Honor Academy interns and uses mind control against them. On Tuesday, the organization's newest class of interns spoke with The Christian Post to offer their perspective on what the academy is like from their experiences.
Kim Kardashian spent some time in church on Sunday, and she's already looking forward to doing it again. Several hours before the season finale of "Kourtney and Kim Take New York" aired last night, Kardashian attended a service at Life Change Community Church