While the debate continues over the exact fallout that will come from the election of Donald Trump, one group may reap an unexpected benefit: progressive Christians.
For the 60th time, the Rev. Billy Graham has been named as one of Gallup's 10 most admired men in the world, continuing his record number of appearances on the list.
An ordained minister with the United Church of Canada who publicly identifies as an atheist is helping to found a secular community in Toronto.
A Virginia megachurch's annual youth-centered New Year's Eve party is expected to draw a crowd of more than 900 teenagers and raise $25,000 to help displaced families in Northern Iraq.
The United Methodist Church is calling for a 75-week period of "focused prayer" in light of its ongoing internal debate over whether to change its official stance against homosexuality.
While the Rev. Billy Graham has repeatedly warned against making predictions about when the Second Coming of Jesus Christ will take place, he says the End Times question people should be asking themselves is whether or not they are prepared.
Saddleback Church co-founder and best-selling author Kay Warren was recently honored as one of Orange County, California's 100 most influential people.
Facebook website founder Mark Zuckerberg has denied being an atheist, contradicting years of speculation about his spiritual views.
The Rev. Franklin Graham says regardless of who a person is, whether they are a celebrity, cultural icon or someone unknown, everyone has one thing in common: death.
An Arizona man who was arrested earlier this month on suspicion of terrorism was plotting an Islamic State lone wolf attack, according to authorities.
President-elect Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, attended Christmas Eve services at the same Florida church where the two were married 11 years ago.
Communist North Korean dictator Kim Jung-Un reportedly replaced Christmas this year with an observance celebrating his late grandmother.
Controversial Alabama Supreme Court Judge Roy Moore may get appointed to the vacant seat of United States Senator Jeff Sessions.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has declared 2017 to be the "Year of the Bible," which was the same designation he gave this year.
A Christian student is suing a college in Georgia for allegedly violating his free speech rights by severely limiting his preaching on campus.
An anonymous individual has donated a lottery ticket worth $100,000 to a Catholic church in Massachusetts.
Joel Osteen Tells TD Jakes He Hits the 'Delete Button' When He Hears Negative Comments About Himself
Lakewood Church Pastor Joel Osteen says if he had allowed his insecurities and the negative comments he heard said about him seep into his mind and affect his actions and behavior, he would never be where he is today.
A former member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has launched a "Mormon Wikileaks" site with the intention of releasing LDS Church documents to the public to advance transparency.
Texas is finally moving to deny Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood Federation of America in the latest standoff between the pro-life state government and the nation's leading abortion provider.
Saddleback Church lead pastor Rick Warren recently issued a warning against letting secular traditions like Santa Claus and Frosty the Snowman overtake the true meaning of Christmas.
The After School Satan Club held its first meeting at an elementary school in Washington state last week where 20 people attended the event hosted by the Satanic Temple.
The Middle Eastern terrorist group the Islamic State recently released photos of a man being crucified for allegedly being a spy.
ISIS Claims Responsibility for Christmas Market Terror Attack in Berlin as Police Launch New Manhunt for Killer
The Islamic State terror group is claiming responsibility for the Christmas market terror attack in Berlin, Germany, as police continue their manhunt for the truck driver who plowed into a crowd Monday night, killing 12 people and injuring 48 others, after prosecutors released a suspect on Tuesday.
President-elect Donald Trump's cabinet selections so far have a combined wealth that is greater than one-third of U.S. households. Should Americans be concerned?
Thirty-thousand people across the state of Kentucky are expected to read through the Old and New Testaments in a three-day event beginning New Year's Day.