Daniel Mullins walked awkwardly into the middle of Sunday service at the Wilco Travel Plaza mobile chapel looking confused and worn out. After spending an hour talking to a chaplain, Mullins emerged from the back room of the 18-wheeler-truck-turned-mobile-chapel with a sheepish smile on his face.
Some leaders of China's pro-democracy, student movement gathered Thursday on the eve of the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre to pray not only for freedom in their homeland but for their countrymen to know Jesus Christ.
An alarming number of young adults are leaving the Christian faith even though they grew up in a church-going household.
A coalition opposed to a potential Comedy Central cartoon about Jesus Christ is taking the fight to where the money is – advertisers.
The Edinburgh 2010 conference will open on Wednesday with the aim of providing direction for Christian mission in the 21st century.
Afghanistan suspended two church-based aid groups on Monday over allegations that the organizations are proselytizing in the Islamic country.
Move aside pro-atheist and Christian bus ads. A new ad targeting former Muslims has joined the religious bus ad campaigns in New York City.
A proposal to build a mosque just two blocks from ground zero is "indecent," said a former Muslim and bestselling author.
A Phoenix-based youth pastor is worried that his ministry could face legal troubles under Arizona's new immigration law.
Jerry Rankin, the president of the Southern Baptist Convention's International Mission Board, explained what Satan's most effective strategy is to stop the expansion of the Kingdom of God and why missions is not the ultimate goal of the church.
Evangelical leaders from several prominent organizations gathered on Capitol Hill Tuesday to pray, repent and sing about creation care.
A massive shortfall in funds threatens to close a center for homeless women and children, announced the nation's largest rescue mission on Monday.
Two well-known female converts in Iran were acquitted of all charges and arrived safely in another country on Saturday.
The nation's largest evangelical body on Thursday launched a new abortion reduction initiative in which discussion about sex is a major focus.
The quality of missionaries or the methodologies used is not the problem when it comes evangelizing. But it is the Japanese mentality itself that is hindering more people from coming to Christ, said a mission leader last week at a global conference in Tokyo.
A prominent Japanese church leader appealed for forgiveness on behalf of his country in the emotional final day of the Tokyo 2010 Global Missions Consultation on Friday.
America is known as a Christian nation, but the Christianity practiced by American adherents is looking less and less like the teachings of Jesus.
As far as God is concerned, someone is unemployed if the person is not working for Him, said a Latin American mission leader at a global missions conference in Tokyo.
The American Dream in many ways conflicts with the teachings of Jesus, warns an up-and-coming megachurch pastor.
More than 2,000 mission leaders representing 140 countries have gathered in Tokyo for a major conference on how to finish The Great Commission.
The officially atheist Chinese government on Monday requested religious groups and people of faith help with the rebuilding efforts in a northwest province devastated by a massive earthquake.
Several evangelical groups are sponsoring an 18-day pilgrimage across several states on the East Coast to raise awareness about environmental concerns.
Ahead of the National Day of Prayer, Franklin Graham expressed dismay at how Islam is receiving preferential treatment by the Obama administration.
More than 5,000 people attended an all-star Christian festival Saturday in Dallas that focused on combating summer hunger.
Sabatina James, a former devout Muslim who converted to Christianity, lives life on the edge. She has moved 16 times since 2001 because of death threats on her life for leaving Islam.