Katherine T. Phan
Attempting to show that science doesn't have to be a threat to religion, a diverse panel of “evolutionary” Christians will discuss evolution and the Christian faith in live online seminars beginning Saturday.
The British branch of the Young Women's Christian Association has dropped "Christian" from its historic title, citing its need to "evolve" to reflect the changes in society and the needs of women.
Mars Hill Church pastor Mark Driscoll spoke Wednesday to over 50,000 people during an outside church service commemorating the one-year anniversary of the Haiti earthquake.
A megachurch in Florida is using house churches to expand its network, showing that reaching out on a smaller scale doesn't mean retreating in the multisite movement.
Rick Warren pledges to lose 90 pounds during a 52-week church fitness plan, developed by Dr. Oz and two other medical experts, that will launch on Saturday at Saddleback Church.
A Christian apologist and philosopher has responded to attacks made by New Atheists like Richard Dawkins who argue that the God of the Old Testament is a "moral monster."
Christians in New York City are rallying against a proposed bill that they say discriminates against pregnancy centers trying to lower the city's startling abortion rate.
Pastor Craig Groeschel still considers LifeChurch a "start-up" church despite the fact that his message reaches well over 26,000 worshippers every week.
Franklin Graham preached the Gospel of Christ to survivors of the Haiti earthquake Sunday, offering hope and compassion to a crowd of tens of thousands who had experienced devastation and death during the past year.
A South Carolina megachurch officially launched its fifth campus in Charleston on Sunday, aiming to reach the 84 percent of "unchurched" people in the area.
The eBook of Zondervan's updated NIV Bible ranked high on several bestseller's lists following its Christmas season debut.
One would expect that the title of a new documentary, "Ted Haggard: Scandalous," is enough to make the former head of the National Association of Evangelicals cringe but instead Ted Haggard said the special helps tell his "resurrection story."
The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Thursday heard arguments in a case of a Christian girl who was ordered out of homeschooling and into a public school by a state judge.
As people draft New Year's resolutions, many Christians are adopting plans to read the entire Bible in 2011. The Center for Bible Engagement found that only one-third of Americans read the Bible every week, and even fewer, 13.9 percent, do so on most days of the week.
After gearing up for Christmas services throughout this week, several megachurches will wind down by canceling Sunday worship on Dec. 26th.1 comments