Evangelical leader Dr. James Dobson has claimed that there are three main reasons why President-elect Donald Trump was chosen by evangelical Christians over his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in November's elections, arguing that the fight against abortion was deemed the most important issue by believers.
Syria: Christians Are Being Killed for Refusing to Deny Jesus, Staying Behind to Help Victims (Interview)
A Christian pastor in Syria says the country is "being torn apart" in the midst of civil war, with Christians being killed for choosing to follow Jesus and staying behind to help victims.
Young Earth Creationist Ken Ham has slammed scientific research that claims that plants are humans' "leafy cousins" and "as alive as any animals," by arguing that such a worldview is contrary to the Bible and stems from the "evolutionary religion."
A Roman Catholic archbishop warned that the rise of atheism in Europe, along with the acceptance of moral decadence that "goes against God," is leaving room for the dramatic rise of Islam in Italy and other places.
Dr. Ben Carson, President-elect Donald Trump's pick to be the next Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, reiterated during a confirmation hearing that although all Americans should be protected under the law, LGBT people should not be granted any "extra rights."
One Million Moms, part of the conservative American Family Association group, has blasted Fox's comedy series "The Mick" as one of the most vulgar programs ever put under the TV-14 rating, promoting what it described as "child abuse and child exploitation at its worst."
Dozens of Christians from Egypt who have traveled to Libya for work to provide for their families are reportedly trying to escape and find a safe passage home. But they are surrounded by Islamic terror threats and facing limited options.
Harvest Christian Fellowship Senior Pastor Greg Laurie said that thinking that his son, Christopher, is in heaven helps him deal with the pain of his death, which he admitted makes birthdays, Christmas, and other celebrations difficult.
Pastor Mark Driscoll of Trinity Church in Arizona warned in a blog post on marriage alongside his wife, Grace, that spouses who are struggling to forgive their wife or husband for sins committed against them need to listen to what Jesus Christ had to say.
Chinese Pastor Re-Arrested in 'Highest-Profile' Case Targeting Christians 'Since Cultural Revolution'
Gu Yuese, the former pastor of China's largest state-run megachurch, has reportedly been re-apprehended and formally arrested on charges of embezzling funds, though persecution watchdog groups say the punishment is about his opposition to the government's removal of church crosses.
An Episcopal Cathedral in Glasgow, Scotland, has stirred controversy after it allowed the reading of a verse from the Quran that denies Jesus Christ is God's Son during a recent church service.
American-British actor Andrew Garfield, who plays a 17th century Jesuit priest in director Martin Scorsese's "Silence" film, revealed that he was transformed while studying for the role, and found it surprisingly easy to "fall in love" with Jesus Christ.
A Christian pastor in Sudan is less than two weeks away from a court decision that could end up sentencing him to death, according to the American Center for Law and Justice, whose petition to save the pastor's life has been signed by over 112,000 people.
Evangelist Ray Comfort says public displays of hatred toward God and Christianity, such as a recent attack on the faith by a University of Minnesota professor, are aligned with warnings found in the Bible.
An evangelical pastor in Brazil was stabbed in the neck during televised mass at a church in Sao Paulo, Brazil, but survived after being rushed to the hospital, and has since forgiven his attacker.
Persecution watchdog group Open Doors USA has ranked the top 50 most dangerous places for Christians in the world today in its 2017 World Watch List, with North Korea once again topping the list.
A persecution watchdog group says Pakistan's controversial blasphemy laws are being used disproportionately to punish Christians, often for alleged crimes in which the facts do not line up.
Egypt: Islamist Murders Christian for Selling Alcohol in Alexandria as Attacks Mount Against Believers
A Coptic Christian man was murdered by a Muslim attacker in Alexandria, Egypt, last week because he was selling alcohol, which is legal in the city.
Pastor Saeed Abedini, who was imprisoned by the Iranian regime for three-and-a-half years for his Christian faith, says many of the Obama administration's policies, including its refusal to veto a U.N. resolution condemning Israeli settlements, are signs pointing to the End Times.
The conservative American Family Association says country music star Carrie Underwood, who recently performed at the three-day Passion 2017 conference at the Georgia Dome, is creating confusion among Christian millennials due to her support for gay marriage.
The Islamic State terror group has released a new video showing brainwashed children, some only 10 years old and younger, killing captives by shooting them in the head and cutting their throats in a location that appears to be an abandoned amusement park.
The radical Fulani Islamic herdsmen group reportedly raided the predominantly Christian village of Kwayine, Adamawa State, Nigeria, killing 10 people, destroying homes, and leaving victims wondering what they did to deserve the sudden attack.
Franklin Graham: Donald Trump Is the Answer to People's Prayers for a President 'Willing to Listen to God's Voice'
Evangelical leader the Rev. Franklin Graham has said that not only did God have a hand in getting Donald Trump elected as U.S. president, but that Trump is God's answer to people's prayer for a president who will stand up to the "humanistic, atheistic agenda" in Washington D.C.
Former NewSpring Church senior pastor Perry Noble recently answered questions about whether he is coming back "too soon" after his struggles with alcohol, by pointing out that in the Bible, the Apostles Peter and Paul also made big mistakes but preached the Gospel soon after.
Nearly 1.5 million people attended the annual Roman Catholic Black Nazarene procession in Manila, Philippines, despite fears and warnings of possible terror attacks.