Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz said she is learning to forgive herself after dealing with guilt and self-blame stemming from the death of her husband, Danny, back in 2015.
In the aftermath of the tragedy in Charlottesville, bestselling author and preacher Max Lucado has spoken out, stating that God already provided a solution to the sin of racism.
China Tells US to Back Off on Religious Freedom Criticism, Claims America Isn't Role Model for Human Rights
China is pushing back against the U.S. State Department's annual religious freedom report that highlights the Communist government's persecution of Christians and religious minorities, stating that the U.S. needs to solve its own problems with white supremacist violence.
Five terror suspects were killed in Cambrils, Spain, following a second attack of a car being driven into pedestrians, just hours after an earlier incident in Barcelona, which killed 13 people and injured 100 others.
Pastors in the American territory of Guam have spoken out about North Korea's threat of a missile strike, and said that while local residents have not fallen into a panic, they're praying for peace and for "wiser and calmer minds."
A BBC Two documentary is testing out gender-free classrooms, where 7-year-old children are being taught to forget differences between boys and girls, in an effort to achieve "true equality between the sexes."
A Christian teenager whose father died in her arms following a suicide bombing at Saint Peter and Saint Paul's church in Cairo where 25 people were killed last December, has shared his final words.
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom has issued a report on blasphemy laws around the world, with the top five worst scoring nations all seeking to protect Islam.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church founding pastor Tim Keller has warned Christians in the wake of the Charlottesville white supremacist rally that some in their circles could themselves be attracted to white nationalism.
Former U.S. President Barack Obama's tweet in response to the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend has become the most liked post of all time on the social media giant.
A LifeWay Research study has found that while the majority, or two-thirds of Americans admit that they are sinners, only a minority, or 28 percent, said that they depend on Jesus Christ to overcome sin.
Christian and other humanitarian groups are rushing to help in what some have called the "worst ever" mudslide devastation in Sierra Leone, which has left close to 400 people dead, with another 600 missing.
Trump Admin Calls ISIS Attacks Against Minorities 'Genocide,' Details Persecution in Religious Freedom Report
The United States has detailed the atrocities suffered by Christians and other minorities at the hands of the Islamic State terrorist group, specifically calling it genocide, in the Trump administration's first International Religious Freedom Report, released Tuesday.
Upset Father Writes Letter to White Nationalist 'Prodigal' Son, Prays He Denounces 'Hateful' Beliefs
An upset father has written an open letter to his "prodigal" son, who attended the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday, urging him to renounce his "hateful" beliefs.
North Korean Defector: Criticizing Kim Jong Un Leads to Life in Prison Camp Where People Forced to Live 'Like Pigs'
A North Korean defector revealed that people in the North Asian country feel they have no other choice but to show allegiance to Kim Jong Un because of the consequences that would follow if they don't — namely being sentenced to hard labor in the notorious prison camps.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that despite President Donald Trump's announcement seeking to ban all transgender individuals from the military, some transgender persons can potentially continue to serve.
Former NewSpring Church senior pastor Perry Noble revealed in a Facebook video details about the sexual abuse he suffered as a child, which left him struggling with "soul destroying" shame.
The Indian state of Jharkhand reportedly passed on Saturday a controversial anti-conversion bill, which pastors and persecution watchdog groups say aims to stop Christian witness and "ruin the lives of people."
Olusegun Obansanjo, the former president of Nigeria, said during a speech at a church on Saturday that the end of the world is near and called on Christians to prepare for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
Rev. Hyeon Soo Lim, the Christian pastor who last week was freed and returned home to Canada, revealed what he had to suffer through at the North Korean labor camp where he was held.
Pope Francis and the Vatican have ordered an end to a Belgian Catholic charity's "disloyal" and "outrageous" practice of offering euthanasia at all 15 of its psychiatric hospital centers.
The massive rise of Christianity in Iran, especially among youths, continues despite the Islamic government's efforts to suppress the faith. Even Islamic leaders admitted that more and more young people are choosing to follow Christ.
Christians in Iraq are facing their "biggest and greatest challenge" as they return to their homelands freed from the Islamic State, according to human rights activists. The very future of Christianity in its cradle is on the line.
A young Christian man in the Buddhist-majority nation of Laos said he was severely beaten by members of his own family because of his decision to choose to follow Jesus Christ.
An Anglican church in Canada has also been operating as a mosque in an effort to be more welcoming to Syrian refugees in the municipality of Leamington.