A high-ranking U.S. State Department official has demanded that the Sudanese government put an end to the systematic confiscation and demolition of churches and mosques.
Starbucks has unveiled its new holiday campaign. It features what appears to be an affectionate lesbian couple in its promotional video.
Administrators in a Tennessee town are thinking about altering a city ordinance that critics say infringes upon individuals' First Amendment rights after a Christian street preacher claims he was prevented from evangelizing on a public sidewalk.
The conservative American Family Association has published a guide for Americans ahead of this holiday season ranking retailers in terms of how Christmas-friendly they are, warning that there are some forces in society that "want to eradicate" Christianity.
A federal judge has struck down a New Jersey city's ordinance that barred pro-life activists from being closer than eight feet from the entrance of abortion clinics.
A Texas county's sheriff hosted a security summit at a megachurch to educate churchgoers following the recent mass shooting at a rural church.
A progressive evangelical pastor whose 2015 pro-gay marriage announcement led to a steep decline in his church's membership now says that he believes he should have given his church more input on the announcement than he did.
Russ Busby, the longtime photographer of world-famous preacher Billy Graham, passed away following a battle with illness, leaving behind deep impressions and fond memories.
Pastor Carl Lentz of Hillsong NYC has responded to some Christians labeling him a "coward" for taking an alternative approach when speaking on controversial topics, such as abortion, by stating that they may be following a "different Jesus."
Justin Bieber's rapper friend Post Malone is accusing the Canadian pop star of donating $10 million to a cult as the singer has been spending a great deal of time with Christian pastor Carl Lentz of Hillsong NYC.
"Fuller House" star and beloved Christian entertainer, Candace Cameron Bure, has starred in several Hallmark Christmas movies and now she's teaming up with her teenage daughter, Natasha, on the small screen.
Beyoncé Knowles-Carter is reportedly sponsoring a Thanksgiving event hosted by her pastor where celebrity waiters will serve a gourmet meal to raise money for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
Tim Tebow is known for using his platforms as an athlete, author, and philanthropist to share his Christian faith, but there was recent moment where he hesitated to do so.
The man responsible for the blasphemy accusation against the jailed former Christian governor of Indonesia's capital has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after he was found guilty of doctoring video of the politician speaking in September 2016.
Pope Francis welcomed the poor, homeless and unemployed as guests of honor for a Mass and gourmet meal in the Vatican on Sunday, saying that helping the needy was one way of obtaining a "passport to paradise."
Dozens of Christian civilians were killed while others in the community bore the brunt of the six-month conflict on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao between the country's military and militants allied to the Islamic State group, which ended last month, according to a detailed report by Amnesty International.
A court in France has ruled that Christmas nativity scenes cannot be displayed in public buildings unless they are installed for cultural, artistic or festive purposes alone.
Roy Moore and many of his supporters argue that the sexual misconduct allegations against him aren't credible because the alleged events occurred 30 to 40 years ago. That's pathetic. Here are three reasons why.
If ever there was a time when we needed the witness of Christian love that drives out fear, it is now! And that is why I have been so encouraged by a two-year conversation evangelical pastors in the South have been having about the role the Church must play in addressing growing fears of American Muslims — fears that have fueled hate, division, and worse in our communities.
It's possible that, in the best of circumstances, Charles Manson would have turned out to be an evil, demented cult leader and mass murderer.
With the massive baby-boomer population racing into their senior years, the conversation around many festive tables this year will turn to caregiving concerns.
There are a lot of youth ministries out there that are not making the eternal impact they could be. Some of the reasons many aren't thriving include avoiding the hard questions and not challenging teens hard enough.
How do you come together as a nation in thanksgiving when the powers-that-be continue to polarize and divide us into warring factions?
Most people who experience guilt over their sins seek some form of spiritual relief. It is only natural to want some assurance that our Creator will not hold our sins against us, right?
Shouldn't we, as Christians, heed the call of our Savior and protect the least of our brethren? Shouldn't we resist the call to end fossil fuel use and substitute more expensive, less reliable energy sources?
No one should be fooled by the Democrats' sudden "concern" about women and sexual harassment.
James Quincey, CEO of Coca-Cola Co., said: "If we're not making mistakes, we're not trying hard enough." Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix, told a technology conference that his company has too many hit shows. "We have to take more risk . . . to try more crazy things . . . we should have a higher cancel rate overall."
Conservative evangelicals are divided over fellow Alabama Senate candidate and champion of Christian values, Judge Roy Moore.
The Museum of the Bible has no agenda but to present the most significant book of all time to the public. They believe the Bible's history, story, and impact stands alone and has the power to influence a reader.
Certainly, Franken's actions are inexcusable, and he will face the heat for those actions in the Senate and beyond. But this happened more than 10 years ago, similar to your infamous conversation with Billy Bush about what you, as a star, could do to women.