A three-day evangelistic festival in Japan headlined by U.S. preacher Franklin Graham concluded Sunday with 400 new commitments to Christ, bringing the weekend total to 1,765.
After four years of supporting the Day of Truth initiative and one year of spearheading the effort, Exodus International is returning the event to the Alliance Defense Fund.
Contemporary Christian music star Steven Curtis Chapman has set off on a ten-week tour with his family to share with people across the nation a night of music and hope.
Thousands of friends, family and community members celebrated the life of MaLinda Sapp and mourned their loss during a memorial service Thursday.
Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich., has rescinded its invitation to a Canadian indie rock band that was slated to perform next month over the group’s name – the New Pornographers.
A Jewish artist who is planning to work on “the ultimate portrait of Christ” is inviting President Obama to offer his testimony of faith in Jesus for an ambitious million-Christian project.
Former San Francisco 49ers running back Glen Coffee spoke openly Tuesday about his recent decision to retire from the NFL at the age of 23, adding more light to news that surprised even his own family.
Pastor and best-selling author Max Lucado has committed to donating one-hundred percent of the royalties for his upcoming book to benefit children and single mothers, according to an announcement from his publisher.
NFL running back Glen Coffee has decided to end his professional football career after having played only one season.
The South Florida pastor who was hoisted up 50 feet on a cherry picker and vowed to stay aloft until people were inspired to donate 1,000 school backpacks has returned home after spending about 56 hours in air.
This weekend, for the 21st straight year, the Harvest Crusades will return to Southern California’s Orange County for the “Southern California Harvest.”
The United Church of Christ is trying to get Anne Rice to join its flock after the Interview with the Vampire author announced her highly-publicized decision this past week to “quit being Christian.”
Interview with the Vampire author Anne Rice declared Wednesday that she “quit being Christian.”
The 12th annual Lifest has drawn thousands to the Sunnyview Expo Center in Oshkosh, Wis., for five days of music, messages, fun and fellowship despite the festival’s latest controversy.
The first official trailer for the third movie installment of the “Chronicles of Narnia” made its public debut Thursday morning, giving fans a peak at what some thought wasn't going to be after Walt Disney Pictures abandoned ship.