A Christian event tied to the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association will take place Saturday at an army post in North Carolina despite protests from church-state separation groups.
A Catholic leader who specializes in migration issues highlighted on Wednesday how both foreign governments and the U.S. government benefit from illegal immigrants.
People buy insurance to financially protect themselves against undesirable events – house fire, health problems. But now people can "protect" themselves against a marriage gone wrong.
A Christian expert on Islam is not surprised that the Seattle cartoonist behind "Everybody Draw Muhammad Day!" was threatened by extremists and forced into hiding.
The standard of life in South Sudan is so far behind modern society that it dreams to one day reach Third World status, says the head of a missions group that works in the region.
Social conservatives at the Values Voter Summit have crowned a new top contender for president, though the winner of this year's straw poll only edged out last year's by two points.
The crowd at the Values Voter Summit Friday morning was clearly excited as speakers – one after another – spoke about the power shift from the government to the people and the return of America back to the foundational values of the founding fathers.
As a leader in the European rave circuit, David Hoskins woke up each morning saying, "Whatever this body wants to do, that is what I want to do today."
The Southern Baptist Convention's North America mission agency elected Kentucky pastor Kevin Ezell as its new president on Tuesday.
The number of people suffering from chronic malnutrition has dropped for the first time in 15 years, said the United Nations' food agency Tuesday.
The world's largest Christian-themed product company gave away 500,000 cards this week in honor of the National Day of Encouragement.
It was a Christian 9/11 anniversary event – at the Pentagon, no less – but there was hardly any mention of terrorists, Islam, Quran burning nor the planned Islamic center and mosque near Ground Zero.
The Muslim leader behind the Islamic center and mosque near ground zero managed to persuade some centrist evangelicals this week to endorse his interfaith peacemaking initiative.
The Lausanne Movement, which came out of one of the most important Christian conferences in modern history, is only as important as people think it is, said the movement's executive chair.
The head of the world's largest evangelical body on Wednesday spoke for the first time with the pastor behind the planned Sept. 11 Quran burning.
A federal judge on Tuesday rejected the Obama administration's appeal to stay an order blocking the federal funding of embryonic stem cell research.
Christian leaders who took the stage at TheCall Sacramento event repeatedly sounded the alarm on the destructive path that they say America is heading down.
Not many prominent conservative evangelicals have weighed in on the controversial effort to establish a mosque and Islamic cultural center near New York City's Ground Zero, and even fewer have voiced support for the project.
Southern Baptist leaders are hailing the nomination of Pastor Kevin Ezell for the post of president at the North American Mission Board.
The sometimes hateful rhetoric being used by opponents of the proposed mosque can result in violence against Christians living in Muslim-dominated countries, warned a ministry leader.
The Christian Medical Association blasted the Obama administration Tuesday for trying to lift an injunction blocking the federal funding of embryonic stem cell research.
A new initiative this fall seeks to revive American interest in studying the Bible while connecting U.S. Christians to people who do not have the Scriptures in their native language.
At normally its lowest donation time of the year, medical charity Mercy Ships has received a donation of more than $1 million in stock.
A former Marine is riding a bicycle across the United States to raise money to buy 1,000 solar-powered audio Bibles for illiterate people in remote areas of the world.
A small but energetic crowd gathered at Lafayette Park across from the White House Friday to pray for America to return to God.