Four Gulf Coast state governors proclaimed Sunday to be a day of prayer for those impacted by the largest oil spill in American history and for a solution to stop the oil gushing in the Gulf of Mexico.
An international missionary-sending organization founded by missionaries to China is celebrating its 100th anniversary this week.
There are "significant opportunities" for young white evangelicals and progressives to find common ground on hot-button social issues, a new report shows.
The Labor Department plans to announce on Wednesday a new order that would extend family and medical benefits to gay couples who work for private as well as federal employers.
The Christian legal group behind the Pulpit Initiative announced Tuesday that it will defend a South Dakota church that was reported to the Internal Revenue Service.
The White House sent a letter of commendation to Christian author D.J. Young ahead of Father's Day to thank him for all the work he has done and continues to do as an advocate and supporter of responsible fatherhood.
The Food and Drug Administration is under fire from pro-life groups over a new drug under consideration that opponents say may induce early abortions.
More than $1 billion in federal funds have gone to abortion advocacy organizations over the past eight years, according to a newly released report.
Habitat for Humanity received this week its largest single donation by a faith community for its Haiti earthquake-recovery efforts.
A little-known amendment that would allow abortions at military hospitals is advancing in Congress. Tucked inside the massive Pentagon policy bill is a provision that would lift the ban on privately-funded, elective abortions.
Conservative Christians have launched a movement in an effort to replace four California judges with their own in a judicial election next week.
A federal judge issued permission Tuesday to allow a 7th grader who was suspended for wearing a rosary to return to school.
The release of Rick Warren's new book, The Hope You Need, is delayed indefinitely, said publisher Zondervan.
The California Senate passed a bill Friday to prevent the new Texas social studies curriculum from unknowingly affecting its textbooks.
The U.S. House voted Thursday to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" law that bars gays and lesbians from serving openly in the military.
Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry vetoed a bill Wednesday evening that would place greater restriction on private insurance companies' coverage of abortions.
The teen girl who ran away from her Muslim family for fear of being harmed for converting to Christianity is battling uterine cancer.
The White House hammered out a compromise Monday that supports Congress repealing the "don't ask, don't tell" policy that bars gays from serving openly in the military, while allowing the Pentagon to continue its review of how to best implement the changes.
Forty-four percent of Americans say marriage between same-sex couples should be recognized by the law as valid, up four percent compared to 2009 and 2008.
The Texas State Board of Education is expected to take the final vote on its contentious social studies curriculum on Friday.
A charter school in Idaho is considering an appeal against the dismissal of its lawsuit, which challenged the ban on religious texts in its curriculum.
The Supreme Court ruling on Monday barring life sentences without parole for juvenile offenders offers minors another chance at life, said a prison ministry
The Gallup's annual poll on moral values found 76 percent of Americans said moral values in the country are getting worse, up five percent from last year.
A court of appeals on Friday denied the request of the American Civil Liberties Union to rehear a case on the constitutionality of a Ten Commandments display in Kentucky.
After three months of island-wide volunteer initiatives, megachurch pastor Miles McPherson opened a two-day evangelistic festival in the Cayman Islands on Friday.