Jenny Sanford, soon-to-be ex-wife of disgraced South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, said she looks to her Christian faith and to God during times of crisis.
Just days before the Super Bowl, Planned Parenthood responded to the highly-talked-about Super Bowl ad featuring Tim Tebow by releasing its own sports-based video.
A group of leading international human rights specialists urged the United Nations on Thursday to help find one of China's top Christian human rights lawyers.
President Obama's Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships will mark its first anniversary Friday, but it's hard to determine whether the office has been successful or not.
President Obama and college football star Tim Tebow are expected to be among the high-profile guests at the invitation-only National Prayer Breakfast Thursday morning.
She thinks the government has no right to tell a woman whether she can have an abortion or not. But this pro-choice sports columnist also thinks that the group NOW is not right in trying to pull the pro-life Tim Tebow ad from airing during the Super Bowl.
A new landmark study shows that abstinence education is more effective in reducing sexual activity among youths than other programs.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced Tuesday that the Pentagon has begun the process to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" policy that bars homosexuals from openly serving in the military.
CBS reportedly told a gay dating site that its proposed Super Bowl ad would be reviewed for possible airing and would be considered if a spot becomes available.
Every Christian must be a soul winner, declared an African church planter who oversees a fellowship of more than 18,000 local churches.
Hollywood would have people believe that sex and nudity sell at the box office. But a recent study shows statistically sex scenes do not translate to ticket sales.
President Obama spent half of his more than one-hour speech addressing the economy and job creation. But social conservative critics zeroed in on his pledge to repeal the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy and his push to pass health care reform that may include abortion coverage.
Evangelical leaders across the nation on Tuesday participated in prayer vigil events to call for comprehensive immigration reform.
An evangelistic festival headlined by Franklin Graham ended Sunday in southeast India with an overflow crowd of nearly 85,000 people.
Gayle Haggard, wife of former evangelical leader Ted Haggard, will appear on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" next week to promote her new book on why she decided to stay in her marriage.
For the first time ever, avatars will join the tens of thousands of pro-life Americans on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., for the March for Life rally.
President Obama on Sunday told congregants at a church where the late Martin Luther King Jr. sometimes spoke at that faith keeps him calm in pressing times.
As aid workers frantically rescue survivors of Haiti's massive quake, several hundred miles north in the United States many churches and ministries are anxiously awaiting word about missing workers and missionaries.
Religious and legal experts who usually find themselves on opposite sides of the religious expression in public square debate issued an unprecedented consensus statement this week that details what the current law says about religion in public life.
Controversial charismatic Pat Robertson has put his foot in his mouth with yet another post-disaster remark – this time regarding the hard-hit country of Haiti.
Pro-God ads will hit some 1,000 subway cars throughout New York City beginning Friday, announced the New York church sponsoring the campaign.
Sarah Palin, who was virtually unknown to Americans before 2008, believed her selection as the Republican vice presidential candidate of Sen. John McCain was "God's plan," said a top political strategist for the McCain presidential campaign.
Journalist Brit Hume who urged Tiger Woods to "turn to the Christian faith" was right when he drew distinction between Buddhism and Christianity in terms of the concept of forgiveness and redemption, said a prominent evangelical theologian.
The high rate of sexual abuse of juveniles in U.S. prisons is unacceptable, declared the ministry Prison Fellowship in response to a government report released this week.
Evangelist Franklin Graham began year 2010 by declaring he is not ashamed of the Gospel as he predicts greater obstacles for Christians who want to share their faith.