An advisory council within the Minnesota Department of Education has voted in favor of implementing a new transgender "toolkit" that instructs public and charter schools to "segregate" students who object to sharing bathrooms and locker rooms with transgender students of the opposite biological sex.
Rev. Samuel Rodriguez is calling on the Trump administration to release a Guatemalan-born evangelical pastor who was detained during his appointment with an immigration officer on Monday in California.
Prominent evangelicals have spoken out in defense of President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner as he faced questioning from a United States Senate committee over his contacts with Russian officials on Monday, saying that he is one of the most valued confidantes Christian leaders have inside the White House.
A West Virginia pastor who has received threats and endured various other forms of harassment for voicing opposition to Facebook's rainbow flag emoji has moved his family out of their home in Harpers Ferry after being advised by local police to do so because of safety concerns.
As polling shows that more Americans today think that the Democratic Party "just stands against" President Donald Trump instead of promoting its own messages and ideas, leading liberals are calling for the party to unify its base by refocusing its attention on providing a strong economic alternatives.
A new poll has found that one in four people in the United Kingdom believe that Jesus Christ, American civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and South African anti-apartheid revolutionary Nelson Mandela were "extreme."
Evangelical leaders involved in last week's prayer over President Donald Trump at the White House have responded to left-leaning Christian critics who claim that they are "bordering on heresy" and embracing a "pragmatism that could damage the Gospel" by praying for and offering advice to Trump and his administration.
Members of President Donald Trump's evangelical advisory council have directly voiced their concerns to the administration about its efforts to deport over 100 Iraqi Christians back to a nation in which they could face persecution for their faith in Christ.
A Center for Disease Control report released this month has renewed pressure on the Motion Picture Association of America to change its film rating system so that movies with smoking or tobacco use be given an R rating. However, one family media watchdog has warned against such a change.
A receipt for an Islamic State jihadi's purchase of a 20-year-old woman from another man has been circulating online and provides insight into how the terrorists sold women and girls in the now liberated city of Mosul.
The delay in admitting transgender people into the military is due to scientific disagreements over the best treatments for gender dysphoria, a general testified to Congress.
President Donald Trump's senior adviser, Kellyanne Conway, says that ignoring the criticisms that come with her job would be more difficult if it were not for her faith in Jesus Christ.
According to liberal Christian civil rights leader Rev. William Barber II, evangelical leaders who gathered at the White House to pray over President Donald Trump last week have violated "the sacred principles of religion" and have committed "theological malpractice."
A North Carolina man who was sentenced to life in prison last month for planning to carry out a mass murder in the name of the Islamic State has plead guilty and given a second life sentence for murdering his elderly neighbor in December 2014.
Conservative radio host and bestselling author Eric Metaxas has accused Teen Vogue of making a "pact with Satan" by teaching young girls to have anal sex in a recently published how-to guide.
A top Yemeni official has declared that Father Tom Uzhunnalil, an Indian priest kidnapped by Islamic militants during an attack on a Missionaries of Charity retirement home in March of 2016, is still alive despite previous reports of his deteriorating health.
A Christian charity is pressuring the Greek government to change a policy that is preventing homeless Christian refugees who fled persecution, bullying and threats inside the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos from being able to apply for asylum and gain help via the United Nations.
For the first time since being placed under house arrest in 2007, the legitimate patriarch of the Eritrean Orthodox Church made a public appearance and participated in a mass at St. Mary's Cathedral in Asmara on Sunday, according to an international human rights organization.
Popular conservative Christian real estate entrepreneurs the Benham Brothers recalled Saturday how they almost promised HGTV that they would keep quiet about their Christian beliefs on political issues in an attempt save their now-canceled reality television show that they wanted to use to make "disciples of the nation."
A survey conducted by Premier Christian Communications, which is owned by the London-based charity Premier Christian Media Trust, has found that over 9 out of 10 Christians in the United Kingdom believe that their faith is being marginalized in British society today.
Leading conservative Christian activists are voicing their disapproval with the Republican-led House of Representatives after 24 GOP lawmakers voted against and helped sink an effort to bar federal tax dollars from being used to fund gender reassignment procedures for military service members.
Al-Qaeda affiliates in Mali have released a video that purports to show six foreign hostages, three of which are Christian missionaries from Colombia, Switzerland and Australia, alive.
A pastor who leads a Christian ministry that vowed to ban anyone who posts the rainbow flag emoji to its Facebook page says LGBT activists have inundated his inbox, mailbox and phone lines with gay porn and threatening messages. They even keyed his car.
The Assyrian Confederation of Europe has condemned the recent government confiscation of dozens of properties from one of the world's oldest Christian communities in Turkey, calling it a "grave violation of human and cultural rights."
Megachurch Pastor Robert Jeffress has responded to criticism over First Baptist Dallas choir's performance of the "Make America Great Again" song at the Kennedy Center in Washington last Saturday, telling The Christian Post that singing the song is no less patriotic than singing the national anthem.