A new book by a radio talk show host and author suggests that the pop culture phenomenon of "makeovers" can not only change a women on the outside. For meaningful, internal change, she contends, women should turn to Jesus Christ for an "extreme makeover."
Yonadam Kanna, a senior of the Iraqi National Assembly, has been honored for his achievements in promoting interfaith dialogue and preventing persecution of Christians in Iraq during a Monday ceremony in London's House of Lords.
Joel Osteen, pastor of Lakewood Church, America's largest Christian church, was accused by Piers Morgan Tuesday of "sitting on the fence" on the issue of the death penalty after the Texas minister said he believes in second chances and has faith in the justice system.
Robert H. Schuller is defending himself and his family against allegations in a lawsuit filed by Crystal Cathedral creditors overseeing the California megachurch's bankruptcy case, in which the Schullers are accused of drawing income from the ministry's endowment fund to cover their own salaries.
The annual Catalyst conference, a spiritual event gathering thousands of young Christian leaders, starts Wednesday morning in Atlanta, Ga., and will run through Oct. 7. The list of guest speakers includes names ranging from celebrity pastors to famous entrepreneurs with a bent on philanthropy.
Crystal Cathedral founder the Rev. Robert H. Schuller and his family have been sued by creditors in the California megachurch's bankruptcy case, according to court documents made public by the Los Angeles Times Monday.
The controversial NBC show "The Playboy Club," which, according to some critics, was sending out a sexist message and could be qualified as pornography, was pulled from the network's schedule after only three episodes, an event celebrated by conservative groups Tuesday.
Harold Camping, the 90-year-old founder of Family Radio who predicted that Judgment Day would occur back in May, is still ready to prepare his listeners for the Second Coming of Christ, this time on Oct. 21, although the California Bible teacher does not sound quite as sure about his so-called prophecies this time around.
The U.S. Archdiocese for the Military Services archbishop decided that same-sex weddings are not going to be an option at West Point’s Catholic Chapel in foreseeable future, it emerged Monday.
Some Christian observers were puzzled after controversial film director and author Michael Moore joked about Jesus being gay during his Friday guest lecture at Georgetown University, the oldest Catholic University in the United States.
The "Occupy Wall Street" protest, entering its third week in New York City, has now spread to major Canadian cities even as more rallies are planned to take place across the United States.
Nearly two dozens passengers on two Boston-bound planes suffered injuries due to rough turbulence Sunday, according to officials at Logan International Airport in Massachusetts.
When a rumor concerning an Apple product starts, it spreads all over the Internet with the speed of light. PC Magazine visualized the anatomy of that phenomenon.
Iran's semi official news agency has reported Friday that Iranian Christian convert Youcef Nadarkhani, condemned to death by the courts for apostasy, may actually be hanged under charges of rape and extortion - if his death sentence is actually carried out.
The toxicology results that are to determine whether Florida minister Zachery Tims had drugs in his system at the moment of his death were not obtainable Friday, despite previous reports that the results would be available this week.
Eddie Long, the embattled leader of Lithonia, Georgia's New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, has reached a settlement in a property lawsuit over a default on a $2 million loan he took out in August 2007 to buy a local gymnasium.
Herman Cain, a GOP presidential hopeful in the 2012 elections, who is African-American, said Wednesday evening that the black community has been "brainwashed" into voting for Democrats.
A threatening envelope containing white powder and addressed to "Dancing With the Stars" was discovered in the CBS mailroom in Los Angles Wednesday, shutting down operations at the studio for hours.
The young Nigerian, also known as the ″underwear bomber,” who tried to blow himself up on board a transatlantic plane in December 2009, will represents himself in court when his terrorism trial begins next week.
At least a dozen people have died of listeria from eating contaminated cantaloupes, and officials expect the number of contamination cases to rise as effects from the bacterial infection are commonly delayed.
New York Sen. Jeffrey Klein has introduced a "cyber-bullying" bill, which is meant to update the state's existing anti-bullying laws, which currently does not punish digital tormentors. The bill is a response to several recent cases of teenage suicides.
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A 24-year-old woman from Maryland claims the Savior has appeared on the Nintendo set she bought on eBay.
Tracy Bernard Burleson, a former Texas pastor accused of pushing his stepson to shoot his wife in the head in a gruesome murder scheme, is facing capital murder charges.
A Christian teen was reportedly raped in Pakistan by three Muslim men while she was working, it emerged Tuesday and her case, according to an international advocacy group, is part of a troubling trend in which Muslim men use sexual assault as a weapon against Christian girls.