President Obama signed an executive order Wednesday that made some clarifications on the partnership between the government and faith-based organizations.
Grammy-winning Christian music artist Rebecca St. James urged Protestants to join Pope Benedict XVI's unprecedented call for worldwide prayer against abortion.
His rough life made him believe that there was nothing anyone could teach him. But a Texas college football star learned after his injury how faithful God is and how much he needed Him.
More than 100,000 students nationwide are expected to gather at their school's athletic field Wednesday evening for an annual student-to-student ministry event.
More than 2,000 fans of the bestselling Christian memoir Blue Like Jazz have helped raise enough money to resuscitate the production of the book's film adaptation.
Thirteen state attorney generals have filed a joint amicus brief to a federal appeals court in California expressing opposition to same-sex marriage.
A pending bill that seeks to bar government funding for non-profits that have a religious requirement in their hiring process is a "serious assault" on faith-based charities.
The number of unmarried couples living together rose 13 percent from the previous year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
At least 100 pastors nationwide will challenge a 56-year-old tax code law by talking politics Sunday. The IRS rule, some contend, has in effect "muzzled" pastors from speaking freely in the pulpit.
The nation's largest evangelical mission organizations have selected Dr. Robertson McQuilkin as the recipient of the 2010 Lifetime of Service Award.
A Christian human rights group celebrated the launch of its first campus chapter on Thursday.
A Florida appeals court on Wednesday sided with a trial court that found the state ban on gay adoption to be unconstitutional.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon launched a $40-billion plan Wednesday to help improve child and maternal health – one of least improved areas out of the eight addressed by the Millennium Development Goals.
The vast majority of Americans, including those that do not practice any particular faith, support allowing student speakers to offer a prayer at public school events, a survey found.
Less than 20 percent of Americans think popular Fox News television host Glenn Beck is the right person to lead a religious renewal movement, according to a new poll.
North American Mission Board trustees will vote Tuesday on naming Kentucky Pastor Kevin Ezell as its next president amid concerns about his church's mission donation history
Republican politicians and Christian leaders joined hands over the weekend to mobilize the conservative base ahead of the much-anticipated November elections.
Two days after a district court judge refused to stay an order blocking the federal funding of the controversial research, a federal appeals court granted the stay requested by the Obama administration.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger remained resolute Wednesday to not appeal the ruling that determined the state marriage definition – between one man and one woman – unconstitutional.
The five-year-old granddaughter of Florida megachurch pastor Joel C. Hunter passed away Sunday.
An Assemblies of God pastor who helped plant more than 1,000 churches in Malawi died last week of a blood infection. He was 80.
The state of California does not need to defend its voter-approved marriage definition, a state appellate court decided this past week.
More Americans disapprove of President Obama's remarks about the right to build a mosque near the Ground Zero site than approve, a new survey reveals.
The Republican Party may lose the Latino vote over its latest stance on restricting citizenship to children born to certain immigrants, warned an influential Hispanic evangelical.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals could avoid altogether the divisive case of California's Proposition 8, leaving the conclusion of whether gay marriage is a constitutional right to another court and another time.