A grandmother of seven with a heart for children and the poor leads a ministry that has created two "sidewalk churches" geared toward the homeless in Charlotte, N.C.
Prime Minister David Cameron announced on Monday several ways in which the U.K. plans to crack down on online pornography, saying it is important to protect children from even legal explicit content.
A South Carolina megachurch is using humor to help reach people with the gospel in a new "Redneck" sermon series that began last weekend.
"The Bible" miniseries has been nominated for an Emmy Award in the "Outstanding Miniseries or Movie" category, it was announced Thursday morning.
The inaugural International Faith and Family Film Festival, which is designed to encourage the growth of the faith and family film industry, is set to take place in August as a part of Bishop T.D. Jakes' MegaFest 2013.
A Massachusetts donut shop customer inspired more than 50 others to "pay it forward" by purchasing food and drinks for others in line at the store's drive-thru.
Archaeologists in Israel are allowing the general public to help uncover the remains of what they believe was once Libnah, an ancient city that overlooked biblical giant Goliath's hometown of Gath.
The Chinese students aboard the Asiana Airlines jet that crashed in San Francisco on Saturday were headed to a summer camp hosted by a church and Christian school in Southern California, but the school is now making it clear that no church-related events were planned for the students.
Two-thirds (68 percent) of churches in America put on a vacation Bible school (VBS) last summer, according to a new Barna Group study, and it appears the summertime event for children will continue to be popular with churches in the years to come.
A national coalition, which includes people formerly associated with the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) as well as several other partners, announced Tuesday the formation of a new youth organization for boys that is founded on Christian values and principles.
Several businesses in Evansville, Ind., have offered to display decorated crosses on their properties after the ACLU of Indiana filed a lawsuit against the city to keep the symbols from being displayed on public land.
An Oregon church was tagged with Satanist graffiti earlier this week, but instead of restoring the walls to their original appearance, students in the church's youth group covered the graffiti with a mural expressing their faith.
Just a week after the Supreme Court handed down key decisions pertaining to same-sex marriage, Barna Group researchers released a study that shows how much religious groups have shifted toward supporting LGBTQ rights since 2003.
In a new study of the various types of nonbelievers, researchers from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga say "one of the most interesting and unexpected" types they examined is the "ritual" atheist or agnostic, who finds some value in religious teachings and practices.
A national atheist organization plans to run an "In Reason We Trust" advertisement on July 4 in direct response to "In God We Trust" ads run by Christian-owned company Hobby Lobby.
Alan Robertson, the eldest son of Duck Commander Company founder Phil Robertson, has announced that he's leaving his position as the pastor of a Louisiana church in order to minister to America as a cast member on "Duck Dynasty."
Could the New England Patriots' decision to release Aaron Hernandez, who was arrested on murder charges on Wednesday, help Christian quarterback Tim Tebow's chances at getting on the field this season as a tight end?
Actress Sarah Drew, known for her role as Dr. April Kepner in the popular medical drama "Grey's Anatomy," recently said on the set of an upcoming movie that Hollywood is seeing a "craving" for family films that are attractive to Christians.
The Florida Atlantic University professor who reportedly told his students to write "Jesus" on a piece of paper and stomp on it has been reinstated by the school after being placed on leave for several months due to concerns about his personal safety.
Alan Chambers served as the president of Exodus International, the world's largest ministry to those struggling with unwanted same-sex attraction, for more than a decade before it was announced Wednesday that the organization would be shutting down. In an interview with The Christian Post, Chambers shared how Exodus came to its end and what ministry plans he has for the future.
A sellout crowd of more than 8,000 men are expected to attend a Christian-based event designed to appeal to their notions of fun, including listening to high-profile speakers such as NFL quarterback Tim Tebow and "Duck Dynasty" stars Willie and Jase Robertson, and participate in hobby-related workshops like "Paintball 101" and "Fly Fishing." However, most of all, Wildfire Weekend planned for this weekend at the Bi-Lo Center in Greensville, S.C., is meant for the men to learn how to share their faith, say organizers.
Exodus International, the 37-year-old ministry devoted to helping people deal with unwanted same-sex attraction, is to be shut down.
The president of Exodus International, an organization that formerly promoted the idea that a gay person could be cured of same-sex attraction through reparative therapy, will apologize to those who felt harmed by some of the group's practices in a special report set to air on the Oprah Winfrey Network on Thursday.
A jury says an Ohio church should pay $3.6 million to a woman who was sexually assaulted as a teenager by her then pastor.
The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and the American Bible Society have teamed up to fight Bible illiteracy among Hispanics by promoting September as Mes de la Biblia, the Month of the Bible.