Darrin Patrick talks about the "landmines" in church planting and why church plants are increasing while older churches are closing their doors in America.
About a dozen thrift centers located in the Midwest aim to make a large profit this Christmas season, but not to benefit themselves. The Bibles for Missions Thrift Centers give all their profits to Bible League International
Habitat for Humanity, known for building homes for those in need, is "aggressively" working on providing affordable shelter by buying foreclosed homes and selling them at low cost to poor families.
A youth ministry veteran confesses that he is a recovering programming junkie and is learning to break his addiction. Youth pastors need to stop being program directors
Iraqi Christians who were given indefinite political asylum in France say they don't want to return to their home country where attacks against the minority continue.
Nick Vujicic, the inspiring man with no arms and legs but a smile on his face, shares about his new book and his secret to being joyful despite his disability.
A St. Louis pastor and respected church planter raised the alarm about a societal problem he calls "ban," which are males that are not quite boys nor men in their maturity level.
For unexplainable reasons, other than the Holy Spirit, women inmates are attending Bible meetings and coming to Christ like never before, a prison ministry reported.
The magnitude of the HIV/AIDS pandemic weighs heavily on her daily and threatens to take her down, said Kay Warren in a special World AIDS Day webcast Wednesday.
Carolyn Twietmeyer, a suburban mother of 13 children – including six from Africa – has a message she wants to say on World AIDS Day: adopt HIV-positive kids.
An Afghan judge temporarily rejected the trial of a Christian man who converted from Islam to Christianity and ordered unknown corrections to his file, according to the convert's lawyer.
A TV special that began airing online Monday follows award-winning Christian music artists Matthew West and BarlowGirl to Latin America where they participate in an Operation Christmas Child program for needy children.
Vonette Bright, co-founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, has been described as a grandmother of the faith by fellow Christian women leaders.
Even with arms and legs, most people have not surfed in Waikiki Beach, conducted a 60-piece orchestra, gone to the slums of India and Egypt, or performed circus stunts for a Hollywood movie. But a man born without limbs did all that and more by the age of 27.
Generation iY, the younger Millennials born after 1990, is a troubled population that is characterized by paradoxes, but still reachable if we understand them, says an expert on developing emerging leaders.
Haiti's devastating earthquake in January has turned the world's attention to the poverty-stricken country and its myriad of problems. But a small village up in the mountainous region of Haiti offers hope for the troubled country to experience remarkable transformation spiritually and economically.
A rescue mission that has helped the poor in the United States for 131 years said it expects to serve the largest number of meals this Thanksgiving.
With a faith that has been tried and found true, Vonette Bright opened up in her latest book about the wisdom she has learned while walking with God for 50-plus years and about her late husband, Bill Bright.
The trial of an Afghan convert to Christianity was delayed from Sunday to possibly as early as sometime this week, depending on when officers figure out how to judge the case.
Carl Amari, CEO of Falcon Picture Group and the producer of "The Word of Promise," recently partnered with The Christian Post to make the award-winning audio Bible available online for free for the first time.
Investors and foreign exchange dealers are not the only ones keeping a close eye on the value of the U.S. dollar, but so are missionary-sending agencies.
A movie-quality audio Bible, featuring Academy Award and Golden Globe winners, recently became available online for free for the first time.
The world's largest Bible translation organization has already raised nearly $250 million, or one-fourth of its $1 billion goal, for the campaign to translate the Bible into every language by 2025.
Leaders of one of the top 10 largest churches in America announced Tuesday that the Bible app YouVersion has surpassed all expectations and now has 10.7 million users.