A group of Islamic State militants who are being held inside a Kurdish prison claim they were deceived into joining the terrorists, and are expressing regret for killing children as part of the group's ethno-religious genocide.
The U.S. State Department has issued a warning saying there is "credible information" indicating that the Islamic State terrorist group and other radical factions might be planning attacks in Europe this Christmas season, and urged American citizens to be cautious on all travels.
Psychologist and TV personality Dr. Phil McGraw says he's recommending Bishop T.D. Jakes' daytime talk show to "everybody in America" because it's not simply an "hour of preaching," but meets people where they are.
A controversial South African pastor has been spraying a pesticide called "Doom" at his congregants, claiming to heal a variety of illnesses, including HIV and cancer, and has insisted that his belief comes from God despite the condemnation of several organizations.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, the leader of the Anglican Communion, met with marginalized and suffering Christian victims of terror attacks in Pakistan.
Nick Vujicic, the man known around the world as the "limbless evangelist" as he was born without any arms and legs, is bringing his message of hope to state prisons across America, with as many as 601 prisons signing up to listen to his message.
Christian Artist Selena Gomez to AMA Crowd: I Don't Want to See Your Bodies, but Your Heart on Instagram
Pop star Selena Gomez returned to the public stage for the first time since August when she accepted her award for best pop-rock female artist at the American Music Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles, admitting that for a time she felt "absolutely broken" inside.
Bishop Francis Y. Kalabat of the Eparchy of St. Thomas the Apostle said that the Islamic State terror group pressured some Muslims in the Middle East to turn on their Christian neighbors, fueling the genocide against believers and destroying previously friendly relations.
A number of prominent conservative voices, including Young Earth Creationist Ken Ham and the Benham brothers, attended the 2016 National Bible Bee in San Antonio, Texas, over the weekend, praising the event as an opportunity for young people to showcase their faith.
The American Family Association has renewed its call for customer to avoid chain store giant Target in their Christmas shopping this season, given that the retailer has not changed its policies despite reported incidents of sexual predators entering women's bathrooms.
A Canadian study of Mainline Protestant churches has found that ministries that promote conservative teachings and a literal interpretation of the Bible are more successful in growing their membership than liberal churches.
The Liberty Counsel has released its 14th annual "Naughty & Nice" review of American retailers and their attitudes toward Christian themes during the Christmas season.
Evangelist Ray Comfort is warning atheists that despite their belief that the Bible is "barbaric," God is morally perfect and one day they, too, will be standing before Him on Judgement Day.
Former "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart says liberals who are quick to brand Americans who voted for President-elect Donald Trump as racists are being hypocrites and ignoring issues that people are concerned about, such as the cost of health insurance.
Iraqi forces have found a mass grave containing the bodies of at least 300 former police officers massacred by the Islamic State terror group near Mosul, its last remaining stronghold in Iraq.
Professor Stephen Hawking has issued a warning to humanity, saying there might only be another 1,000 years of existence before the Earth dies.
Hillary Clinton said in a speech on Wednesday that she wanted to "curl up with a good book and never leave the house again" following her presidential election loss to Donald Trump last week.
The American Center for Law and Justice, a conservative law group that has strongly opposed outgoing President Barack Obama's domestic and foreign policies, has outlined its hopes for President-elect Donald Trump, noting there are "crucial opportunities" that should not be missed.
Conservative Christian activists and authors Jason and David Benham are speaking out in support of Barronelle Stutzman, a Christian florist in Richland, Washington, who was fined for refusing to make floral arrangement for a gay wedding because of her beliefs.
Tullian Tchividjian, the grandson of Billy Graham and former senior pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Florida, has reemerged on social media, giving his respects to Cliff Barrows, longtime music director for Billy Graham's crusades, who died earlier this week.
Pastor Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, says demonstrators protesting outside his church are more opposed to Judeo-Christian beliefs than they are President-elect Donald Trump.
Christian author Joyce Meyer is speaking out on the global epidemic of sexual slavery and forced labor by sharing her ministry's efforts to work with nonprofit organizations that are rescuing victims trapped in bondage worldwide.
The underground church movement in Iran is growing despite the regime's crackdown on Christians. Hundreds are being baptized in large ceremonies and people are praising Jesus for saving them from despair and suicide, according to Christian ministries working in the region.
Bono Tells Trump: Gender Equality Must Be Your Priority; Condemns 'Misogynistic, Violent, Impoverished' Path
Rock star icon Bono has addressed U.S. President-elect Donald Trump while accepting Glamour magazine's inaugural Man of the Year award in Los Angeles, by urging him to make gender equality a priority.
Pastor Mark Driscoll of Trinity Church in Scottsdale, Arizona, has suggested that attempts at a natural explanation for how the biblical figure Jonah could have survived inside a fish is "far-fetched," but offered three potential answers for how the story can be interpreted.