More than 44,000 people attended an Ohio megachurch's annual "Super Bowl of Preaching" event, which involved the pitting of two of the congregations' pastors against each other in a preaching contest.
Super Bowl LI was watched by tens of millions of Americans and as with past Super Bowls, the commercials were as much part of the entertainment as the game itself.
Famed evangelist the Rev. Billy Graham says people will not get a second chance to repent after they die.
An Indiana school district has banned the distribution of flyers from a local Christian group after the nation's largest atheist organization demanded that schools stop "promoting" the girls' club.
The chief operating officer for the widely used social media website Facebook recently donated $1 million to Planned Parenthood, according to an online lifestyle publication.
President Donald Trump told the thousands gathered at the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday that he was going to get rid of the Johnson Amendment.
YouTube briefly terminated an account that has over 5,600 videos of sermons before reinstating it without giving the account holder a detailed explanation.
Famed evangelist the Rev. Billy Graham says constant communication is one of the keys to parents restoring their relationships with their children after a divorce.
Rear Admiral and U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black told attendees of the National Prayer Breakfast, including President Donald Trump and other world leaders, advice on how to pray.
Social conservatives expressed disappointment with President Donald Trump over his decision to renew President Barack Obama's executive order mandating that groups contracting with the federal government have LGBT anti-discrimination policies.
Every February, the United States observes Black History Month which focuses on the monumental contributions African-Americans have made to shape and advance the nation to form a more perfect union.
President Donald Trump announced Tuesday evening that Judge Neil Gorsuch of Denver, Colorado, was his nominee to fill the vacant seat on the United States Supreme Court.
Kay Warren, wife of Pastor Rick Warren, has some advice for people who have public careers — find people who "get" you.
A California state legislator has introduced a bill that would give a third option for gender identification on government identification documents.
Church leaders across Canada are expressing their condolences and support for the victims of a mosque shooting that resulted in six deaths.
A New York college has reversed an earlier decision to deny official recognition to a pro-life student organization following the threat of legal action.
President Barack Obama lost more legal arguments before the United States Supreme Court than any president since the Depression Era, according to a new study.
Members of President Donald Trump's administration took to the main stage of the 44th annual March for Life rally in Washington, DC, declaring their support for the pro-life movement.
Best-selling Christian author and radio host Eric Metaxas called upon those gathered at the annual March for Life to pray for famed pop singer Madonna following her controversial comments last week.
Plans are underway for a "Scientists' March on Washington" in response to the "ideological agenda" of the Trump administration's energy and environmental policies.
Evangelicals, Mainline Protestants, and other faith groups are denouncing President Donald Trump's recent and planned actions regarding immigrants and refugees.
For over four decades, large numbers of pro-life activists have come from the nation and the world to the District of Columbia with the goal of advocating against legalized abortion.
A pro-life student group has filed a lawsuit against Queens College and its academic system, The City University of New York, after being denied official recognition and access to meet on campus.
A Washington state branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is giving a Muslim community whose mosque was damaged by an arson attack free usage of one of their facilities.
Three Ohio congregations largely consisting of different ethnic groups — Caucasian, African-American and Hispanic — have merged together to make one multiethnic church.