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The fight to protect Christians and other religious minorities from genocide at the hands of the ISIS has intensified, with the U.N. being called to take immediate action, the American Center for Law and Justice has confirmed.
Modern hymn writers Keith and Kristyn Getty are behind some of the world's most popular worship songs, and now for their upcoming album, Facing a Task Unfinished, the husband-and-wife duo team up with some of the biggest names in the Christian music industry.
Eleven American states have filed a lawsuit against President Barack Obama's administration and its recent directive to public schools calling for transgender students to be allowed to use the bathrooms of their choosing.
The head of a Washington, D.C.-based social conservative organization declared his support for the recently filed lawsuit against President Obama's transgender directive.
Evangelical preacher the Rev. Fanklin Graham has railed against a $60,000 award given to a fifth grade transgender teacher in Oregon who says she was harassed and "misgendered" by coworkers.
There's a new religion exploding on the campuses of American universities and colleges, says Thomas Cooley professor of ethical leadership at New York University, Jonathan Haidt. And if it isn't stopped, it might just be better to shut them all down in the next 10 or 20 years.
An atheist activist who brought legal action against a Texas church to stop the construction of a 230-foot cross on its property, has agreed to dismiss his case in a "settlement," after the church counter-sued the atheist.
A school district in the Commonwealth of Virginia passed an ordinance that renounces President Barack Obama's directive for public schools to allow transgender students to use the bathrooms and showers of their choice.
An expert on helping churches grow their ministries agrees with the recent comments by Life.Church Pastor Craig Groeschel's view that churches need to be careful in adding new campuses.
Hell exists because of the ultimate sin of choosing something else over God, John Piper says.
Pastor Perry Noble says there are two important and potentially life-changing questions Christians can ask themselves in order to move forward in their personal faith.
A conservative Anglican leader stated that Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby's recent comments on evangelism are "half-right."
Christian author and speaker Joyce Meyer says she's seen a good deal of compromise and giving into the ways of the world going on at church, and warns believers that society often blurs the lines between right and wrong.
Belief in eternal punishment in a literal hell is declining among Christians in America. By contrast, belief in heaven is in great shape.
Social Club Misfits, known for their Christ-centered hip-hop, talk about the importance of honor and respect as they boldly venture into mainstream music with their radical faith.
Charlotte Hornets point guard Jeremy Lin was on vacation in Iceland when he was challenged to a one-one one game by a 14-year-old basketball player he met at an ice cream shop.
On the anniversary of the death of his daughter, legendary Christian singer Steven Curtis Chapman shared with fans the scriptures that brought him comfort in the midst of tragedy.
The lead singer of the Missouri-based metalcore band The Order of Elijah announced on Saturday that he has renounced his faith, citing evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins' book "The God Delusion" with helping answer existential questions that he claims no Christian wanted to address.
Candace "Chewbacca Mask Lady" Payne uses her fame to encourage youth conference attendees to follow God's leading for their future.
Canada's Liberal Party government led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has introduced a bill that would ban transgender discrimination, including both gender identity and gender expression, with up to two years in prison for violators.
Up to 120 people have died in large-scale suicide bombings in two Syrian towns on the Mediterranean coast, human rights agencies have said, with the Islamic State terror group taking responsibility for the slaughter.
Pope Francis met on Monday the grand imam of Egypt's highest Islamic authority, Al-Azhar, looking to heal Vatican relations with the influential center of Sunni Muslim learning after dialogue was frozen five years ago.
The Rev. Canon Mpho Tutu-Van Firth, the daughter of former Cape Town Archbishop Desmond Tutu, has revealed that she is giving up her church license over her decision to marry a woman.
The Church of Scotland's general assembly has voted to allow its ministers to be in same-sex marriages by making a provision for individual congregations to "opt out" of the Church's traditional view of marriage as between a man and woman.
In a new "I Am Second" video, a former U.S. Marine and Pro MMA champion Chad Robichaux speaks honestly about his struggle with anger, hatred, brokenness, adultery and being suicidal as a result of a post-traumatic stress disorder, and how his wife's prayers in church led him to Christ and he went on to found Mighty Oaks Warrior Program.
Women who attend religious services more than once each week live 33 percent longer than women who don't, according to a new study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
A book by the notable Hispanic evangelical leader the Reverend Samuel Rodriguez is calling upon Christians to become light in a messy, dark world.
Cuban artist and poet Armando Valladares who spent 22 years in Fidel Castro's gulags for refusing to put a placard on his desk at work that said: "I am with Fidel," was awarded the Canterbury Medal Thursday night in New York City.