Joshua A. Goldberg
A weeklong media blitz that organizers say reached tens of millions throughout Latin America with the gospel wrapped up Sunday with a special Easter service at Lakewood Church in Houston – the largest church in America.
Normally, today would be the last day for Southern California residents to see “The Glory of Easter” at Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove.
A retired Presbyterian minister who was cleared of wrongdoing two years ago for performing same-sex ceremonies for two lesbian couples is facing new charges and again awaiting trial.
The American Bible Society and a team of scholars are visiting churches and congregations in some of the United States' largest Chinese communities to introduce the Revised Chinese Union Version (RCUV) of the Bible – the first update to the most widely used Chinese language Bible since 1919.
Jerry Rankin, outgoing president of the International Mission Board, is making a strong case for change within his denomination as he prepares to step away from the helm of its missions arm following 17 years of service.
The Conference of Bishops of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is currently meeting in Itasca, Ill., and expected to review a revision to ELCA ministry policies that would make it possible for gay members to serve in leadership positions.
With nearly 12,000 residential students and more than 45,000 online students, Liberty University has moved well past the mark of 50,000 that its late founder had envisioned nearly 25 years ago.
Mississippians were more likely to attend a religious service on a weekly or almost weekly basis than the people of any other state, according to the second annual Gallup poll on religious service attendance.
The nation’s largest Protestant denomination reported a decline in membership for the second year in a row, according to the National Council of Churches’ 2010 yearbook of churches.
Abilene Christian University’s Board of Trustees selected the school’s next president Friday after narrowing down their list of prospects to two last month.
Southern California’s famed Crystal Cathedral is making “cuts to the heart of our ministry” following a 27 percent drop in revenue and with a drop in this year’s revenue anticipated.
The wife of former megachurch pastor Ted Haggard believes, as her husband says, that he is no longer a heterosexual with homosexual issues.
Southern California megachurch pastor Chuck Smith is expected to be released this week from rehabilitation after suffering a minor stroke more than a week ago.
More than 20,000 university students from 40 countries have converged in Atlanta for a four-day gathering that is being touted as more than just an event or a conference.
Megachurch pastor Rick Warren’s call for a special donation two days before the end of 2009 has so far resulted in $2.4 million – more than double the amount he had sought for the church.