President Obama is hurting persecuted Christians worldwide by failing to speak up for them, says a well-known convert who lives under police protection in Europe.
A three-time Super Bowl champion, a baseball star, and Grammy Award-winning artists are just some of the special guests that will take the stage Saturday for a Christian festival benefiting the hungry.
Wycliffe Associates and a ministry to the deaf announced this week their partnership to translate the Bible into sign languages for the millions of people who do not have access to the Scriptures.
The granddaughter of a mullah weighed in on the Franklin Graham controversy this week, contending that there is a difference between criticizing Islam and Muslims.
Every year the issue of religious freedom is becoming less important to the White House and State Department, a bipartisan U.S. government panel complained in its annual report on Thursday.
Less than a week after Franklin Graham was disinvited from the Pentagon prayer event, the evangelist faces another attempt to remove him from a National Day of Prayer observation.
"We are the first generation in all of human history to hold within our hands the technology to reach every man, woman and child on the earth by 2020."
"The word of God is really both nature and Scripture but in Scripture it commands us to do exactly what we are doing tonight, and that is to guard God's creation," said Pastor Joel Hunter.
Russia has threatened to freeze child adoptions to U.S. citizens, but so far there seems to be no changes, said a Christian ministry with an adoption program in Russia.
A Florida megachurch with a history of environmental concern will host what is expected to be the largest-ever creation care event Wednesday night.
The huge volcanic ash cloud over Europe has not only left thousands of travelers stranded worldwide, but it has also frustrated the travel plans of some mission workers.
People throughout the ages have tried to change the Gospel for various reasons. But an adjusted gospel is a false gospel, declared the president of the Southern Baptist Convention's flagship seminary at a recently-concluded conference for pastors and church leaders.
In every African country surveyed by the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion & Public Life that had a considerable Christian population, at least half of the Christians expect Jesus to return to earth within their lifetime.
On the third anniversary of the Virginia Tech massacre, a pastor dares to ask the question most Christians would rather avoid: Should we fire God?
Nearly 10,000 people from more than 90 countries recently attended a conference focused on the future of the Pentecostal-charismatic movement.
An array of evangelical leaders, including megachurch pastors and college presidents, are not only supporting the Obama administration's push to reduce nuclear weapons, but are calling for the U.S. government to exert even more effort to negotiate with hard-to-deal-with rogue states.
About three out every five unchurched persons in America are self-described Christians. Notably, however, a majority of these self-identified unchurched Christians hold a biblical view of God.
While people can begin attending church with a "come and see" attitude, they need to mature to become "go and die" people, stressed a prominent Seattle megachuch pastor Sunday.
Pro-life groups had mixed reactions Friday when Michigan Rep. Bart Stupak announced his intention to retire after finishing his term.
Evangelical leaders say the nuclear arms reduction treaty signed by President Obama and Russian President Dmitri Medvedev on Thursday will increase the chances of world peace.
President Obama hosted an Easter prayer breakfast Tuesday morning that was attended by prominent Christian leaders from across the nation.
The president made it clear that his family will be celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday, but made an effort to extend a Passover greeting to Jewish families and to address Hindus, Muslims and people of no faiths in his holiday message.
Prominent Chinese human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng was confirmed alive Sunday after more than a year without reliable information on his whereabouts.
They were kidnapped and imprisoned by the Taliban for 105 days. But what the Taliban could not do was break their faith in God nor destroy their hope.
Hispanic evangelical leaders for the first time are pushing for action on climate change. They plan to meet elected officials in Washington and work together to educate Hispanic churches on creation care