Pastor Rick Warren refuted a recent claim made by Congressman Frank Wolf that he has been silent on religious persecution. He told The Christian Post that he and his church have championed the cause for years.
Evangelical pastors have made their last-minute appeals before Election Day Tuesday. The central message: fulfill your biblical duty to vote and vote in accordance with the Word of God.
As New York and other states in the Northeast recover from Sandy, which has been recorded as the largest tropical system in the Atlantic Ocean, Pastor Tim Keller reminds Christians to follow the second greatest commandment in the Bible: love your neighbor.
Congressman Frank Wolf, who has been a champion of human rights, is hard pressed to understand why U.S. churches are silent when it comes to advocating for persecuted Christians.
Dinesh D'Souza remains active with speaking engagements throughout the country following his resignation as president of The King's College. He left his post after facing scrutiny over his relationship with a woman who is not his wife.
Any time a moral failure, such as sexual impropriety, occurs among church staff, the congregation should be told immediately. Otherwise, rumors will inevitably spread, say pastors who have gone through the experience.
The number of megachurches may have exploded in the U.S. over the last few decades but the landscape is changing and people are seemingly less attracted to the big box churches or the "come and see" experience, two pastors observed.
Pastor Brady Boyd, senior pastor of New Life Church, recounts his own personal journey and lets readers in on the most important revelation he had in his life – that is, sonship. Realizing one's identity as a son or daughter of God may sound simple but most Christians haven't been able to catch on to that truth. In fact, many are living as "slaves," he said.
A Colorado Springs megachurch pastor became disillusioned when he began to follow on Twitter around a dozen high-profile pastors whose ministries he respected.
The term "evangelical" is likely the most abused term in the entire religious lexicon, says one Christian leader. Phil Johnson, executive director of Grace to You, which is led by Pastor John MacArthur, believes "evangelical" has been so abused that he wonders whether its original meaning can ever be recovered.
Dinesh D'Souza resigned as president of The King's College after a magazine story revealed that he was engaged to another woman while still married to his wife of 20 years.
Dinesh D'Souza, president of The King's College and co-producer of "2016: Obama's America," is facing scrutiny for his relationship with a woman whom he has introduced to some as his fiancée. D'Souza is currently married but has filed for divorce.
During one of the more sober moments of Thursday night's otherwise contentious debate, Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan revealed that they share the belief that life begins at conception. But where the Catholic candidates diverge is on how those beliefs should influence policy.
A federally chartered university's decision to place its chief diversity officer on paid leave over her support for a referendum challenging Maryland's same-sex marriage law is drawing fire.
While the court battle may have ended for Grace Sungeun Lee and her family after the terminally ill woman decided to stay on life support, the Lees are now allegedly being blocked from leaving the hospital and entering a nursing home.
A group of black faith leaders are saying "absolutely no" to the redefinition of marriage. And their conviction has compelled them to launch a campaign aimed at mobilizing 25 percent of African-American voters who backed Obama to vote their biblical values.
Pastor Shane Idleman is all too aware of the moral decline he sees in the United States and he's speaking out about it. But what irritates him is the cowardice he finds in many churches when it comes to tackling "hot button" issues.
A San Diego megachurch pastor told his congregation Sunday that he plans to vote for Mitt Romney for president, but he stopped short of endorsing the Republican candidate.
A day after a state appeals court said a terminally ill woman is capable of making her own medical decisions, Grace Sungeun Lee has decided to remain on life support.
A state appeals court made a ruling Friday that will allow a New York hospital to take a 28-year-old woman with brain cancer off life support. The court denied a request by Grace Sungeun Lee's parents to prevent the hospital from removing her breathing tube.
Another lawsuit was filed this week against California's ban on reparative therapy for minors – this time by a student who said he successfully underwent such therapy, an ordained minister and a psychiatrist.
At a time when America is becoming more comfortable with the killing of unborn babies, the Christian church must not avoid the responsibility of teaching about the dignity of human life, said an evangelical theologian. If the church doesn't do it, no one else will.
Family Radio has begun re-airing controversial teachings of Harold Camping to the surprise of a former Camping follower. Trevor Hammack, pastor of Victory Baptist Church in Texas, found that his former Bible teacher's messages on "the end of the church age" were being re-aired.
While many Protestant pastors may endorse candidates for public office outside of the church, most say endorsements should not be made from the pulpit, according to a new survey.
"Being gay is not a sin" is the mantra that one young Harvard student is trying to promulgate. But while Matthew Vines has attracted a growing following with his accessible, scholarly arguments, evangelical scholars don't believe he'll make much headway in the Christian community.