The #NeverTrump hashtag revolt against Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump which has been steadily gaining momentum over the weekend, got the endorsement of Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska on Sunday making him the first elected Republican to do so.
A community of congregants and family members are now struggling with shock and grief after William Schooler, 70, a longtime pastor and community advocate in Ohio, was fatally gunned down in his office, allegedly by his younger brother in church Sunday.
Evangelicals Supporting Donald Trump Are 'Cultural Evangelicals,' 'Mad as Heck,' Anthony Bradley, Richard Land Say
Donald Trump has given certain types of evangelicals a voice, and they have delivered a loud and resounding message to the establishment politicians at the polls — we are mad.
The National Religious Broadcasters affirmed traditional marriage and condemned any sexual act outside that union, including pornography and homosexuality, in a new version of their Statement of Faith adopted Tuesday.
A slew of publications from across the ideological spectrum are calling for Republican candidates and leaders to launch a resolute effort to stop Donald Trump.
The National Religious Broadcasters has terminated the membership of embattled missions agency Gospel for Asia, which was hit with a bombshell class action lawsuit alleging fraudulent use of donor money earlier this month, due to financial accountability issues.
A young Ohio pastor says he is convinced that an angel named "Johnny" saved his life after he crashed his car into a utility pole last year.
Conservative talk show host Glenn Beck called supporters of Donald Trump nasty and said the Republican presidential frontrunner is grooming "brownshirts" after he crashed a speech Beck was giving at a Caucus site in Nevada Tuesday night.
A young father who wanted to maintain his "free, happy life" was sentenced to 14 years in prison for burning his eight-month pregnant teenage girlfriend alive because he couldn't bear the thought of losing his freedom to fatherhood.
Hillary Clinton Recites Hymn at Black Gospel Award Show: 'What's Better Than Raising Your Voices to God?'
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton incited shouts and screams from audience members at the Stellar Awards show in Las Vegas, Nevada, last weekend when she talked her way through a portion of the lyrics to popular Christian hymn "His Eye Is On The Sparrow."
Controversy Erupts at Univ. of Nebraska at Kearney Over Chick-fil-A CEO's Support for Traditional Marriage
The student government at the University of Nebraska at Kearney has come under fire after an attempt was made to scuttle a strong request by students to get a Chick-fil-A restaurant on campus due to CEO Dan Cathy's support for traditional marriage.
When it comes to her relationship with Pastor Judah Smith of The City Church in Seattle, Washington, Chelsea Smith admits "marriage is hard" but says having a foundation in Jesus helps make it work.
Valerie Huber, president and CEO of Ascend, formerly the National Abstinence Education Association said Monday that President Barack Obama's proposal to defund abstinence-only education programs because they are not "evidenced-based" is "indefensible."
Black Lives Matter: Chicago co-founder Aislinn Pulley rejected an invitation to meet with President Barack Obama to discuss race relations Thursday, dismissing it as a mere photo-op and "90-second sound bite" for the president.
When Maria Shriver asked Pastor Judah Smith this week "Why should I believe in God?" he revealed that he doesn't like convincing people to worship God.
President Barack Obama has proposed the elimination of funding for abstinence-only education programs run by the Department of Health and Human Services and increasing funding for other programs.
Pope Francis inserted himself into the Republican presidential race Wednesday when he suggested that billionaire Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump "is not Christian."
Internationally renowned televangelist and megachurch Pastor Eddie Long of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia, recently revealed that he once wanted to take his life but love kept him from taking the plunge.
After being sued for widespread fraud, which bilked consumers out of millions of dollars, a self-described charity called the Cancer Fund of America, based in Tennessee, has tentatively agreed to go out of business.
Speaking under tight security in the birthplace of Mexico's drug war Tuesday, Pope Francis urged a sea of young people to choose Christ over the lure of gang life, warning that "Jesus would never ask us to be assassins."
Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump thinks it's "pretty unusual" that late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia who died of "natural causes" on Saturday was found with a "pillow on his face."
After spending four days in the hospital in treatment for a hemorrhagic stroke he suffered on Feb. 5, famed atheist Richard Dawkins said he had been under a lot of stress as a result of a controversy which erupted over one of his tweets last month.
The Rev. Buckner Fanning, a beloved Baptist preacher from San Antonio, Texas, known for his ecumenism and 30-second television commercials shown across the world died on Sunday night after suffering a stroke last August. He was 89.
It is unclear who begged for life in the violent fracas but when police got to the San Leandro, California apartment of Bishop Teman L. Bostic Sr. on Friday morning, the pastor was found dead and his son, Isaiah Bostic, 21, was covered in blood.
A local North Carolina pastor is allegedly suing controversial Powerball lottery winner, 27-year-old mother of four Marie Holmes, for $10 million for reneging on a verbal promise to give him $1.5 million of her winnings.