National Religious Broadcasters president on Monday praised the U.S. Supreme Court's unanimous decision to protect ministries' employment rights and urged action against online piracy legislation.
Months after Campus Crusade for Christ stirred controversy over its decision to formally change its name to "Cru," the ministry's co-founder says the new name is actually helping bring more people to Christ.
Joni Eareckson Tada, president of Joni and Friends and a prominent disabilities advocate, expressed a sense of awe and humility at being named to the National Religious Broadcasters Hall of Fame.
Reports exposing Media Matters for taking money to attack religious broadcasters may have hurt the nonprofit's reputation beyond repair, said the president of the National Religious Broadcasters.
Focus on the Family President and CEO Jim Daly said religious leaders must stop playing defense when defending marriage, family values and pro-life issues in the public square.
Michael Hyatt, chairman of Christian publishing company Thomas Nelson, urged Christian leaders Saturday that the increasingly secular U.S. climate can be an opportune time to share the Gospel message if they don't burn out.
National Religious Broadcasters officials are watching in anticipation to see if the Internal Revenue Service will launch an investigation into whether or not watchdog group Media Matters violated its 501(c)(3) status when it accepted money from a special interest group to attack religious conservatives.
Barack Obama's re-election campaign unleashed its "Truth Team" to take on allegations that the administration is waging war with religion through its contraception mandate. Yet a legal expert said the team has unfairly twisted the discussion to gain votes.
The effort to redefine marriage in New Jersey may come down to Gov. Chris Christie's veto and state Republican's authorization for a veto-override.
Over 160 officials from religious universities and academic centers signed a declaration denouncing President Barack Obama's new rule on coverage for contraception and abortive drugs as "unacceptable."
Social conservative Rick Santorum's presidential campaign seems poised to contend with front-runner Mitt Romney in Michigan after losing to him in both the Maine primary and the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) weekend straw poll.
Newt Gingrich dismissed Barack Obama's attempt to compromise on the contraception mandate, saying that the president's war on the Catholic Church will not stop until he is voted out of the White House.
Mitt Romney told CPAC social conservatives on Friday that he is a "severely conservative" presidential candidate and promised that his administration will be a pro-life one.
Rick Santorum disregarded Mitt Romney's money-flush campaign in his CPAC 2012 address saying that the presidential race is not about who has the most cash, but about stopping Barack Obama and his growing grip on American freedoms.
A Canadian documentary bashing pink ribbon fundraising efforts as commercial and devoid of actual substance is profiting from the skepticism created by Planned Parenthood Federation of America.