A new so-called "Twitter Bible," which summarizes the over 31,000-verse Bible into nearly 4,000 short-form tweets, is being released at the Frankfurt Book Fair this week.
The president of the National Association of Evangelicals, Leith Anderson, spoke to The Christian Post during the Evangelical Leaders Forum.
Though the National Association of Evangelicals recently voiced its strong support for immigration reform, it does not call for undocumented aliens to be covered in health care reform legislation, says the group's president.
The evangelical movement is at a "head-snapping" generational change with younger evangelicals "revolting" against the tone of the Christian Right, says a prominent religious scholar.
Stop trying to control your life, said the 62nd Chaplain of the U.S. Senate to a room full of the nation's top evangelical leaders.
The National Association of Evangelicals released its most comprehensive resolution on immigration in its history on Thursday during a press conference on Capitol Hill.
Some call it trafficking, others bondage, but the people behind a new documentary want to call it slavery and talk about the 27 million slaves that exist in the world today.
Frontier mission strategist David Taylor offers an in-depth look at history, current events, and biblical prophecies that point to specific signs that should occur before the second coming of Jesus Christ.
Ahead of the G-20 summit, faith leaders gathered in Pittsburgh Wednesday to urge world leaders to focus more on the poverty issue.
Though President Obama has yet to complete his first year in office, social conservatives have already eyed Mike Huckabee as a possible presidential contender in the 2012 race.
Former Miss California Carrie Prejean, who got the crowd more excited than established politicians featured earlier, shared that she was raised by parents who taught her to fear God and show respect to everyone
Political-minded values voters from across the nation joined conservative lawmakers Friday to vent about the current state of the country and to coordinate efforts to challenge what they believe are dangerous or immoral policies.
Bishop Harry Jackson spoke about what changes he would like to see in America's health care system.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and two childhood cancer survivors, now in their 20s, have shared how their faith grew stronger from battling the disease.
The alleged suicide of a young Pakistani Christian man who was being held in jail sparked protests Wednesday as dozens of mourners clashed with police at his funeral.
A veteran fashion photographer who is used to having his works featured in Vogue, GQ and Elle, will release his most "rewarding" collection – "Journeys with the Messiah" - on Friday, the eighth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
Christian leaders need to reprioritize and direct efforts towards the 1.2 billion people in the "4/14 Window," insists the mission strategist who coined the more widely known term "10/40 Window" two decades ago to refer those regions of the eastern hemisphere located between 10 and 40 degrees north of the equator.
A prominent Southern Baptist leader and well-known Christian radio hosts will deliver a massive petition with 1.2 million signatures opposing the current health care bill to Congress Wednesday.
Iraqi Christians are, for all purposes, unarmed, and are stuck being the political tool of the Arab or Kurdish government, of which choosing either side can be deadly, reported a conflict-zone journalist.
A progressive think tank based in Washington is claiming that the hotly debated health care reform plan would reduce the number of abortions in America.
A ministry that supports persecuted churches has launched a new training program in Iraq to help the country's traumatized children.
A conservative pro-family leader stepped into the ring with liberal radio show host Ed Schultz this week to explain why many religious leaders and lay are against the federal government's hotly debated plan for health care reform despite the obligation they have to help those in need.
Some 15,000 audio Bibles have been shipped to American chaplains and troops in Iraq, Kuwait, Kosovo, and Afghanistan, a ministry reported Thursday.
A Chinese Christian woman who aided North Korean refugees in their escape to South Korea was sentenced to ten years in prison, her family recently was notified.
As firefighters battle raging flames in Southern California, The Salvation Army is on the ground helping survivors get through the days in public shelters.