Ever since he began befriending leaders of other religious traditions overseas and in the United States, Pastor Bob Roberts, Jr., says he has found himself growing tremendously in his understanding of God.
Texas pastor Bob Roberts, Jr., is shattering the isolationist view that has kept many evangelicals in a bubble and out of touch with a globalized world.
A month after coming out to his congregation as gay, a Georgia pastor said he's never been happier or more at peace with God and with himself.
Despite a survey saying otherwise, some pastors are convinced that there is a resurgence in Calvinism, or Reformed theology, particularly among young believers today.
Hundreds of Christians, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists and atheists have convened at a Texas church in an effort to try to understand one another.
A prominent evangelical organization has picked up a student initiative that counters the promotion of the homosexual agenda, just a month after another Christian ministry pulled its support for it.
While church leaders from across denominations discuss new directions for the 100-year-old ecumenical movement, one conservative Christian believes major changes need to be made in order for there to even be a future.
The first openly gay bishop in The Episcopal Church announced on Saturday that he will retire in 2013, partly because of the ongoing controversy surrounding his election.
The United Methodist Church's highest court recently denied requests to reconsider a 2005 decision that granted a pastor the right to bar a gay man from becoming a church member.
A bishop within the Anglican Church of Canada will begin granting permission to a limited number of parishes to bless same-gender unions. The Archbishop of Toronto, the Most Rev. Colin Johnson, issued pastoral guidelines this week
An Anglican bishop in Texas is facing his fourth lawsuit, two years after he led his diocese out of The Episcopal Church. He has referred to himself as "the most sued Anglican bishop in all of North America"
The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments Thursday over whether Hallmark Companies discriminated against a Christian couple when it fired them.
Religious leaders are lending their voice to a newly launched video project, joining celebrities and political figures who assure young bullied gays and lesbians that "it gets better."
The head of The Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, sat with CEO's of major corporations on Tuesday, asserting that courage makes for a good leader, a woman leader at that.
Lots of Scripture points to the fact that we should have our eyes on the things above, not the things of this life. When you put things in that context, now you start seeing things that happen in this life in a different light
Though most Muslims are tolerant and peace-loving, Islam itself is not a religion of tolerance, a former Muslim asserted. Well-known activist and author Ayaan Hirsi Ali said she is frustrated with the continuous belief and self-delusion that Islam is only a religion
Some 100,000 people are expected to make commitments to Christ this year through the widely popular Alpha Course. Over a decade after being introduced to the United States, the course is again being picked up by churches across the country as more people seek answers to questions about God and the meaning of life.
Seven months after being kicked out of Morocco, more than a dozen Christian parents have still been unable to see their foster children.
A megachurch in Southeast Michigan is making a lot of people uncomfortable with its new billboard campaign that proclaims that the church is for hypocrites, losers and liars.
The spiritual leader of the global Anglican Communion recently expressed fear that there may be further divisions in the already fragile church body.
Dr. Michael Brown believes Christians have already lost the battle when it comes to public opinion on homosexuality and gender identity issues.
Some 2,000 people from around the world convened at a Charlotte megachurch over the weekend to hear renowned apologists defend the Christian faith.
When the 33 trapped miners in Chile emerged from underground, at least two dozen of them were wearing T-shirts that proclaimed "Gracias Senor," or "Thank you Lord."
The mission arm of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) plans to send out a letter of apology for the sexual and physical abuse that was endured by dozens of people out on the mission field.
A Presbyterian regional court has affirmed a Wisconsin church body's decision to ordain a partnered homosexual.