Lauren Chandler, wife of influential pastor Matt Chandler, knows a thing or two about how to stay strong and endure through times of almost unbearable pain.
Reality television star Sadie Robertson recently traveled to Guatemala in collaboration with Texas-based Roma boots to donate hundreds of rain boots to children living in poverty.
The Obama administration is denying claims made by an Iranian militia leader that the recent wiring of $1.7 billion to the Islamic republic was ransom money paid in exchange for the freedom of five American hostages.
Trump 'Isn't Familiar With the Bible,' Tony Perkins Says After Trump Blames Him for 'Two Corinthians' Gaffe
The Family Research Council's Tony Perkins said Donald Trump's recent Bible gaffe at Liberty University proves the 2016 presidential candidate is "not familiar with [the] Bible."
Vatican officials have offered a homeless woman one year of free housing after she gave birth near St. Peter's Square this week in the freezing cold.
2016 presidential candidate Carly Fiorina denied the accusation that she "ambushed" a group of preschoolers who attended a pro-life rally at the Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden on Wednesday.
A top executive at Google has suggested that ISIS' access to the Internet should be blocked so it can no longer use the Web as a propaganda platform.
A nonprofit organization for veterans has blasted Sarah Palin for recent comments she made attributing her son's Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in part to Obama's failure to help veterans once they return home.
Christians should never feel as though they're not "good enough" for God, because God is looking for imperfect people to follow His path, motivational speaker and author Jefferson Bethke says in his latest YouTube video.
ISIS leadership has reportedly sent an official letter to militants stating that salaries would be halved due to financial losses associated with U.S.-led coalition airstrikes.
An 11-year-old Christian girl from Iraq has become an Internet sensation after fleeing the Islamic State terror group and performing on "The Voice Kids" singing competition TV show.
Pope Francis is scheduled to visit the Great Mosque in Rome at the end of the month, Muslim leaders confirmed this week.
Ted Cruz argued that the Republican "establishment" is beginning to support Donald Trump for the presidential nomination.
The Republican National Committee cut ties with NBC for the upcoming Republican presidential debate. CNN will host the February debate instead.
A Minnesota police officer has been put on administrative leave after encouraging social media users to "run over" Black Lives Matter protesters participating in a march on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Univ. of Virginia Kicks Off 40 Days of Prayer, Fasting Ahead of 200th Nat'l Collegiate Day of Prayer
Students at the University of Virginia kicked off their 40 days of prayer and fasting on Sunday, leading up to the 200th national Collegiate Day of Prayer.
The Showtime television drama "Shameless" is receiving criticism for airing the episode "#AbortionRules" that involves the character Fiona Gallagher attempting to convince her sister to have an abortion.
Israeli Leaders Enact 'Zero Tolerance' Discrimination Policy After Extremists Attack Christian Church
Israeli leaders have promised to implement a "zero tolerance" policy toward religious discrimination after Jewish extremists vandalized a Christian church in Jerusalem on Sunday.
The Scholastic Publishing company has announced it will be pulling its distribution of a newly-released children's book, "A Birthday Cake for George Washington," due to its portrayal of slavery.
Christian MP's Say Ofsted Inspections Will Force Sunday Schools to Ban Biblical Teachings on Marriage
Several British parliament members are speaking out against government-proposed inspections they fear would force Christian Sunday schools to censor their teaching of Christian values, such as traditional marriage.
US Airstrikes Killed 8 Civilians in Syria; 'Sloppy' Russia Accused of Nearly 600 Civilian Casualties
The Obama administration released its report on civilian casualties as a result of its airstrike campaign against ISIS, reporting this week that eight civilians were killed during airstrikes in April to July 2015.
International protests are being planned throughout the month of January after the Norwegian government removed five children from their Christian parents under accusations of "religious indoctrination."
Another Pakistani Christian immigrant has died in the brutal conditions of a Thai immigration detention center after guards refused to give him his medication.
Although Christians might wish for more answers during times of adversity, turning to God is the most hopeful thing one can do, the Rev. Billy Graham advises.
A Michigan dentist who's facing a lawsuit by four former employees for "religious discrimination" argues that she's being attacked for her Christian faith.