As evangelist Billy Graham prepares for his final major outreach event, which is set to occur later this year, a recent survey has offered a glimpse into how his ministry has touched evangelical leaders.
A brand of clothing designed to help singles connect with one another face-to-face was recently launched nationwide and is raising funds via Kickstarter in order to roll out some new products.
Many NFL players have dealt with injuries and the unnerving experience of becoming a free agent, but Benjamin Watson, a veteran tight end who was recently acquired by the New Orleans Saints, says those experiences have helped him understand what it means to have his identity in Christ and to live within the grace of God.
A report from the Pennsylvania Pastors' Network reveals that approximately 20 percent of evangelical pastors in the Keystone State are "not in sync" on significant moral and doctrinal issues.
Tim Lambesis, co-founder and lead singer of heavy metal band As I Lay Dying, has been arrested for allegedly trying to hire someone to kill his estranged wife.
David Loveless has resigned as the lead pastor of Discovery Church in Orlando, Fla., after admitting that he had an extramarital affair.
A Jacksonville Jaguars fan set up an online petition asking President Barack Obama to tell the team's general manager to sign free agent quarterback Tim Tebow. The petition, originally filed under the "job creation" category, was active as of Monday morning but has since been removed for violating the website's terms of participation.
The third installment of Marvel's "Iron Man" film series hits theaters Friday, but will it be a hit with the Christian community?
President Barack Obama said he is proud of NBA player Jason Collins during a news conference Tuesday, just one day after Collins became the first male athlete from any of the four major professional sports in the U.S. to announce that he is gay.
The 24th annual U.S. Capitol Bible Reading Marathon began Sunday evening as a way to celebrate First Amendment freedoms, encourage Americans to read their Bibles and prepare for the National Day of Prayer later this week.
More than half of evangelical Christians (52 percent) view Islam as "essentially a violent religion," a new report from Barna Group reveals, though only about a quarter (26 percent) of all American adults feel the same way.
A U.S. Army officer who tried to access the Southern Baptist Convention's website on a government computer says he instead received a message indicating the site was blocked "due to hostile content."
Mars Hill pastor Mark Driscoll in a sermon Sunday discussed what a biblical marriage should look like and what it should not look like, including comparing a wife's nagging to the torture of hearing a dripping faucet.
Prosecutors say a Virginia man who plotted to commit a mass murder at the Family Research Council's headquarters in Washington, D.C., should be made to serve a 45-year sentence.
Christian filmmaker Darren Wilson created a Kickstarter page on Thursday to raise money for an upcoming film project about the Holy Spirit, and after fewer than five days, nearly 800 backers have already pledged more than $120,000 to his cause.
A new study has found that Christian adults primarily believe integrity, not "passion for God," is the most important quality in a leader.
"Home Run," a new faith-based film that hits theaters Friday, tells the story of a professional baseball player as he deals with an addiction to alcohol that puts his career in jeopardy. In an interview with The Christian Post, producer Carol Spann Mathews shared the message that she hopes Christians will take away from the film: change is possible.
A majority of pastors doubt the existence of manmade global warming, according to a new study from LifeWay Research, yet most churches have some type of recycling program in place.
Lawmakers in several states passed resolutions last week praising the Boy Scouts of America for its "inclusiveness," among other things, as the organization continues to consider lifting its ban on openly gay members.
While most Americans refer to themselves as Christians, a study released Monday by Barna Group shows an upward trend in "post-Christian" beliefs and behaviors among the nation's adult population.
The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir reached a milestone Thursday when the group's new album, Love Lead the Way, landed atop the iTunes Christian and Gospel music chart.
Florida Governor Rick Scott will honor New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow for being a "Great Floridian" during a ceremony on Friday.
GSN is considering adding a faith-based dating show as a way to continue appealing to the audience that was drawn to the network by "The American Bible Challenge."
Megachurch pastor Craig Groeschel says he thinks the increase in the percentage of religiously unaffiliated Americans, or "nones," over the last few decades has more to do with a growing resistance to certain religious labels than it does with a growing disbelief in God.
Former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner knows all about second chances. After a rocky start to his career, he went on to become a Super Bowl champion and two-time league MVP. Now, he's giving other people a second chance at their dream jobs in the new reality show, "The Moment."