While waiting for the return of Jesus, Christians should focus their time on helping the needy to alleviate the world's suffering, evangelical leader Billy Graham has advised.
President Barack Obama focused his Ash Wednesday address on the plight of persecuted Christians throughout the world.
The Bible points to six ways in which the church has proved it can make a true difference, NewSpring Pastor Perry Noble explained in a recent blog post and sermon.
Inspirational Christian speaker Jefferson Bethke recently spoke on the objectification of women in modern culture and what Christians can do to combat the degradation.
The Rev. Franklin Graham implored Christians to vote based on their biblical values in a recent South Carolina speech, warning that they may "lose this country" if they don't participate in the 2016 election.
A team of Israeli archaeologists have criticized plans to build a non-Orthodox prayer area at the Western Wall, arguing that the addition will destroy antiquities and Jewish history.
Christians in Iraq have recently joined with Kurdish fighters and government forces in an effort to push the Islamic State out of the northern territory, including the city of Mosul.
Doctors in China are amazed by a recent "miracle baby" that was pronounced dead, only to survive a night in the morgue and show signs of life moments before his cremation.
A national atheist group petitioned President Barack Obama to give nonbelievers the same attention and protections as other religious minorities after he recently visited a Baltimore mosque.
Presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio sparred over their differing abortion views, with each accusing the other of having an "extremist" stance.
Donald Trump may authorize "chopping people's heads off" as an appropriate method of torture should he become president, the 2016 candidate said in a recent interview.
God doesn't mind if his followers have hobbies outside of church, as long as they maintain a Christ-centered perspective throughout their week, the Rev. Billy Graham says.
A newlywed couple in Irving, Texas, say they are trying to remember the important things in life after losing all of their possessions in a house fire – except for their Bible and marriage certificate.
Ahead of his trip to Mexico, Pope Francis prayed that the international community would help Syrian refugees seeking asylum in the West.
After winning his second Super Bowl title Sunday evening, star quarterback Peyton Manning thanked God, adding that he planned to drink "lots of Budweiser" following the big game against the Carolina Panthers.
Christian festival organizers have successfully won their battle to have an event held in Toronto's Yonge-Dundas Square after officials argued the festival would be a violation of the city's public space policy.
Organizers of the Corpus Christie Cross Project broke ground in Texas this week as they begin their construction of the largest cross in the United States.
Mississippi County Forced to Remove Ten Commandments Display Replaces It With 'In God We Trust' Sign
A small county in Mississippi has been forced to remove its Ten Commandments display from the local courthouse after receiving legal threats from the Freedom From Religion Foundation.
After years of disagreement, Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox leader Patriarch Kirill are planning to meet next week in Cuba to discuss the persecution of Christians in the Middle East.
Derrick Henry, the 2015 Heisman Trophy winner, took the stage at Thursday morning's National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. to deliver a moving closing prayer.
The NFL has received a low score of compatibility with American Christians despite the abundance of Christian athletes in its organization, Faith Driven Consumer reported this week.
Georgia lawmakers are currently debating legislation that seeks to prevent state-funded schools from discriminating against the religious expression of student athletes.
An atheist group is claiming discrimination after Kenya's government refused to officially recognize the nonbelievers over concerns of maintaining "peace [and] good order" in the country.
Sen. Ted Cruz responded to multiple accusations from Donald Trump regarding the recent Iowa Caucus vote, saying the real estate mogul is throwing "another Trumper-tantrum."
The Faith Driven Consumer group has recently released a ranking of Super Bowl 50 advertisers based on their compatibility with American Christian buyers.