Bishop Wayne T. Jackson of Great Faith Ministries International, who hosted President Donald Trump at his Detroit church despite opposition from some African-Americans last September, asked God in a prayer at the inauguration ceremony of the 45th president on Friday to endow him with "the wisdom of Solomon, the vision of Joseph and the meekness of Christ."
As America gets ready for the presidency of New York billionaire Donald Trump, John Piper, founder and teacher of desiringGod.org and chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary called the president-elect a "morally unqualified" leader but said Christians have never required a morally qualified leader to thrive.
The story of Centino Kemp, 25, who alleges in a tell-all book that the late Bishop Eddie Long initiated him into a six-year sexual relationship with rape when he was just 16 and then threatened his life when he tried to leave, is drawing renewed interest from the public in the aftermath of the preacher's death.
While thanking the late controversial megachurch preacher Eddie Long for being a benefactor who helped pay his way at Morehouse College, Pastor Jamal Bryant of Northwest Baltimore's popular Empowerment Temple, said the church failed his victims.
Mike Kinman, rector of All Saints Church, an Episcopal congregation in Pasadena, California, has announced that his congregation will no longer pray for elected leaders by name to avoid traumatizing worshipers with the name of President-elect Donald Trump.
Members of the Grace Christian Fellowship church in Williamsburg, Kentucky, were left wracked with grief on the weekend after the wife of one of the church's founding families allegedly fatally shot her husband and two daughters in the head as they slept at home on Friday.
Several men who accused the late megachurch preacher Eddie Long in a lawsuit of coercing them into sexual acts while they were teenage members of his congregation, reacted to his death Sunday and announced that they are shopping a book about their lives.
Hours after New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia, announced the death of their controversial leader, Bishop Eddie Long on Sunday, the late preacher's daughter, Taylor, called her father "perfect" and said she didn't blame God for wanting him back.
Four law and order experts sparred in New York City Wednesday night over evidence-based data suggesting policing isn't racially biased in America and blacks do in fact commit more crimes than other racial groups.
New York billionaire Donald Trump upended the political establishment to become president-elect in 2016 and come next Friday Jan. 20, he will waltz in celebration with his wife Melania at one of his inaugural balls as legendary singer and songwriter Paul Anka croons the lyrics of the song "My Way."
Cindy Reese, 41, a former music director of Sardis Baptist Church in Morris, Alabama, who was convicted of murdering her husband last month so she could continue an affair with her younger pastor, was sentenced to 40 years in prison Wednesday.
The family of Caleb Schwab, who died at the Schlitterbahn water park in Kansas City last summer while riding the Verrückt, known as the world's tallest water slide, reached a civil settlement Wednesday with the park's owner and manufacturer of the raft he was riding in the day he died.
Is policing racially biased? It's been a hot button question in the last few years and on Wednesday Jan. 11, former police officers will debate the motion "Policing Is Racially Biased" as Intelligence Squared U.S. starts their spring season at the Kaufman Center in New York City.
Talladega College, the first college in Alabama to admit students of African-American descent and founded by two former slaves, rejected calls from the United Church of Christ and alumni to withdraw the participation of the school's band in the 58th Presidential Inaugural Parade slated for Jan. 20.
After several days of pleading with the public to help find his 14-year-old adopted daughter who he said might have run off with the help of "someone she must have met online," a pastor in Texas, is now rejoicing after she was found alive and reunited with her family.
Micah Neal, a Republican state representative from Springdale, Arkansas, pled guilty last Wednesday in federal court to taking bribes in exchange for awarding state grants to two nonprofit organizations.
Looking more lethargic and emaciated in recent days, controversial megachurch Pastor Eddie Long, who some members of the public have placed on a death watch due to his undisclosed "health challenge," is clinging to life and healing with faith, declaring to his congregation in a New Year's Eve message that "God ain't through with me."
Internet personality Andrew Caldwell, 23, made famous by a viral video in which he proclaimed he was "delivert" from homosexuality, slammed embattled gospel singer Kim Burrell for calling him out in a controversial sermon on homosexuality. Caldwell further made a bold claim about her husband's sexuality.
Ailing megachurch Pastor Eddie Long of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia, whose mysterious illness has sparked speculation that he is suffering from HIV or AIDS, told his congregation in a recent sermon that he stopped answering their calls because they were asking too many questions.
Prophetess Chyna Davis, 25, formerly of Sumter, South Carolina, speaks in tongues and claims to make dead shot prophecies. She has a riveting testimony, two growing churches and an international following on social media. The trouble is, say her critics, she is a man dressed in drag desecrating the Lord's good name and leading His people astray.