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.
The White House under President Donald Trump has vowed to have a "heavy administration presence" at the upcoming March for Life event in Washington, DC, leading many to speculate as to who be there.
The House of Representatives passed a bill Tuesday that would put into law a ban on taxpayer funding of abortion in most circumstances.
Inauguration weekend was a sight for the history books. A controversial president was sworn into office. Hundreds of thousands marched at the Nation's capital and around the world. Protesters engaged in violence.
An atheist organization is suing a West Virginia school district over an optional Bible course that has operated in the school system since 1939.
Evangelical groups are calling upon Congress to pass a bipartisan bill inspired by President Barack Obama's executive order that attempted to extend certain legal protections to millions of undocumented immigrants.
The Reverend Franklin Graham reminded President Donald Trump that throughout the Bible the presence of rain was a sign of God's blessing.
President Donald Trump told the nation in his Inauguration Day speech that Americans are a "righteous people" and "protected by God."
A California city has removed a 14-foot tall granite cross from a public park after receiving a legal complaint from a local man and the nation's largest atheist group.
A Massachusetts high school choir will no longer be performing at an Italian church during a worship service after a secular group filed a complaint with school district officials.
Monica Crowley is the latest of many examples in American political history where figures lifted ideas or statements from others. Here are ten prominent political figures who likely committed plagiarism.
The Washington National Cathedral rejected a call from its former dean to cancel its traditional interfaith service over disagreements with President-elect Donald Trump.
The Rev. Billy Graham believes that while there is value in being able to watch church services on television, it is preferable to attend in person.
President-elect Donald Trump has garnered much criticism for his allegedly close ties to Russia and its strongman leader President Vladimir Putin.
For the first time in eight years, progressive congregations throughout the U.S. will find themselves under a president who is opposed to many of their views. And some say that because Trump's name is a "trigger," they won't be praying for him by name.
School District Lifts Ban Against Christian Group's Promotion of Good News Clubs at Elementary Schools
A school district in Washington state has reversed its decision banning a Christian group from distributing flyers to elementary students.
The Reverend Franklin Graham recently cheered the actions of the architect of the Capitol Stephen Ayers' decision to remove a painting that portrayed cops as pigs.
As the nation remembers famed civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., many seeking to broadcast his words and statements must pay the price.
A prolific preacher, author, and public speaker, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has spoken or written many memorable statements.
During his two terms in office, President Obama had a mixed record when it came to his appeal with evangelicals, especially those who are more theologically conservative. Here are ten ways that Obama disappointed tens of millions of evangelical Christian Americans.
There is little dispute that on many issues, President Barack Obama was at odds with millions of self-identified evangelical Christians. However, there were instances when the liberal Democratic commander-in-chief and conservative evangelicals found themselves in harmony.