A research firm released on Tuesday its list of certified best Christian workplaces in the United States and Canada. This year's survey involved 6,700 employees in 62 organizations across North America.
Malaysia's government on Monday appealed a court ruling that allows the country's Christian minority and other non-Muslims to use the word "Allah" to refer to God.
An international prayer ministry will start to work this year on setting up prayer rooms on all U.S. college and university campuses.
Christians nationwide are joining one of several prayer-and-fasting campaigns to kick off the New Year and to help the country get "right with God." Some even more than one.
Evangelist Billy Graham and Pope Benedict XVI are among the top ten people that Americans most admired in 2009, according to a new poll.
Pastor Rick Warren of the Southern California megachurch Saddleback Church is encouraging his parishioners to donate $900,000 within two days.
The Florida pastor who sheltered runaway teen convert Rifqa Bary formally denied Tuesday that he knowingly broke the law to hide the Muslim-turned-Christian girl from Ohio.
All government departments in Sonoma County, Calif., removed stars, angels and other religious ornaments this week after an atheist man filed a complaint that he was offended by the Christmas tree decorations.
Several prominent evangelical leaders joined more than two dozen other pro-life Christian pastors, leaders and theologians to sign a statement Friday expressing support for alternative abortion language in the health care bill as proposed by Sen. Robert Casey (D-Pa.).
The recent discovery of a piece of burial cloth from the first century has added to the controversy surrounding the Shroud of Turin, which many believe is the cloth used to wrap the body of Jesus after his death.
A massive T.V. outreach project by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association kicked off on Thursday all over the predominantly Buddhist country of Thailand.
Faith leaders met with the White House Monday to call for reform in regulating the expected multi-billion dollar bonuses to bank executives this month as millions of families, whose tax dollars kept banks alive, face losing their homes.
In two weeks, the world's largest mission-focused bookstore will open in St. Louis at the Urbana 09 conference.
An army of volunteers distributed thousands of toys, clothing items and pounds of food to needy families in San Diego County this past Saturday.
A Christian couple who leads a ministry that supports persecuted Christians announced this week their successful adoption of eight Burmese refugee children.
Parents in New York and Oregon recently voiced their disagreement with school officials who banned Christmas trees and Santa Claus displays because the decorations supposedly promotion Christianity.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter had strong words for religious groups that do not allow the same opportunities to women as men during his address at the Parliament of the World's Religions on Tuesday.
More than two-thirds of the abortion clinics in the United States have closed since 1991, according to a new report by a pro-life activist organization.
The company behind the "Left Behind" video games announced Monday a new contract to develop Bible-based games for Nintendo Wii and Microsoft Xbox 360.
Some young Christians from the United States are preparing for a near year-long missions trip, during which time they will give up their comfortable lifestyle to live like the indigenous people in eleven countries.
A health care bill amendment that the Senate passed Thursday has pro-life groups fretting that the door is again open to the federal funding of abortion.
The Bible that was handwritten by Americans across the United States was sold on eBay for more than $15,000 last weekend.
Urbana 09, one of the country's largest student missions conferences, expects more than 20,000 people from every state and many nations next month at its 22nd triennial event in St. Louis.
A San Diego megachurch will give $9.6 million worth of volunteer service to the San Diego community by the end of this year, its pastor said.
The first of five U.S. cities will be hit by a new atheist holiday ad campaign this Thanksgiving weekend. Washington, D.C., residents can expect to see ads proclaiming, "No God?...No Problem!" inside buses and rail cars