Jim Allen, one of the eight American volunteers who were freed this week by a Haitian judge, will clear up a lot of false information when he starts to speak to the media, said one of his legal counsels Friday.
The White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships is not a dispenser of government money, said the office's director in a speech Thursday.
Eritrean authorities recently released 14 Christians who had spent the last two years in harsh military camps, a Christian persecution watchdog reported Thursday.
The world's oldest actively serving pastor died this past weekend in Japan. He was 101 years old.
A frontier mission strategist who worked among Muslims in the Philippines for ten years weighed in on the debate over the controversial Camel method of reaching Muslims, calling it "very useful."
The murder of two young street preachers in Florida by a teenager whom they shared the Gospel with is "alarming," said a spokesperson for a religious freedom watchdog group.
The launch of giant balloons with messages about human rights, a screening of a documentary about North Korea's humanitarian situation, and other events around the world will take place Tuesday to call for freedom in North Korea as its "Dear Leader" Kim Jong-il marks his 68th birthday.
After four years of pouring over the Bible, praying and trying to hear God's voice, Crabb thinks he has "connected the dots" between the 66 books of the Bible.
Faith leaders ranging from evangelical to Jewish came together Wednesday to launch a nationwide mobilization of people of faith to call for immigration reform that does not tear families apart.
The American team of volunteers on trial for abduction charges related to 33 Haitian children had tried to take dozens of other children across the border, said a Haitian police officer.
A megachurch-produced Doritos ad was ranked among the top 15 commercials that aired during this year's Super Bowl.
The so-called controversial Tebow Super Bowl ad was not what people expected. There was no overt anti-abortion message, but only the demonstration of a loving and humorous mother-son relationship.
Leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention, the nation's largest Protestant denomination, have asked President Obama to "do everything within the authority of your office" to free the American missionary team charged with abduction in Haiti.
Geoff Tunnicliffe addressed the controversy surrounding the WEA's recent visit to China, the group's role in the upcoming Lausanne conference, and what its members are doing to help Haiti.
President Obama called for civility in the public square and said prayer can help people become more humble, during his address at the National Prayer Breakfast.
The head of the World Evangelical Alliance sought Tuesday to address concerns raised by Chinese house churches upset over his organization's decision to not visit or even mention them during a recent trip to China.
Though people complain that the upcoming Focus on the Family Super Bowl ad is divisive and controversial, the commercial is simply allowing a family to tell its personal story, contends a theologian.
Oprah will deny every major doctrinal belief of Christianity. What is really deceptive about it is that she uses languages of the Bible that seem to be Christian but they all have different meanings.
The world does not see a distinction between the United States and Christians, said a former humanitarian worker who served in South Asia and Africa and worked with refugees when he returned to the United States.
She is persuasive, influential and does a lot of good, but Christians should be careful when Oprah speaks about spirituality, warned two apologists who recently co-authored a book on the subject.
A newly formed group of evangelicals led by some well-known figures called for the cancellation of Haiti's foreign debt on Friday.
The company embroiled in the controversy over Bible verse codes embossed on its gun sights announced that it will stop the practice.
Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle landed in "hell" this week where he witnessed a teenage boy shot in the head and a girl sold to an older man. He was in the collapsed city of Port-au-Prince where rubble from former buildings and streets piled with corpses give the impression of an aftermath of a war zone.
More than 1,000 Christian leaders are expected to attend an international pastors conference, organized by the Second Billion Network, starting on Tuesday.
Thirty house church leaders were detained in a northern province in China last week, according to a human rights group specializing in Chinese house churches.