Four people were injured Monday morning after a suspected suicide bomber armed with a pipe bomb caused an explosion "supposedly in the name of ISIS" that sent commuters scrambling at The Port Authority Bus Terminal in Times Square which has been shut down "temporarily."
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York announced that it paid out approximately $40 million to victims of sexual abuse by clergy.
The governor of California is saying that President Donald Trump is courting "the wrath of God" and does not have a "fear of the Lord" because of his stance on climate change. Climate change, he says, is fueling the six wildfires ravaging the southern part of the state.
A federal court decided on Friday against an injunction request by the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington D.C. in its case against Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's policies that ban "issue-oriented advertising," such as urging people to search for God on Christmas.
The mother of Walter Scott, the unnarmed black man who was shot dead by a police officer in 2015 after a traffic stop, has told her son's killer, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for second-degree murder, that she forgives him and prays that he accepts Jesus Christ.
An evangelical Christian teacher in the U.K. has been "reduced to tears" and forced to sue the school that suspended him for referring to a transgender student born a female as a "girl."
Republican Sen. Tim Scott criticized Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, for saying that diversity is not America's strength but assimilation is, calling King's remarks a "ridiculous statement."
Evangelist Franklin Graham said that multitudes responded to Jesus Christ during his two-day evangelistic crusade in Vietnam, and argued that the Communist government there is starting to warm up to Christianity.
In 2017, more people than ever read, listened, reflected and shared the Word of God, according to the popular YouVersion Bible App. But what was this year's most popular scripture passage?
Professors at Dallas Theological Seminary weighed in on whether attending church solely online and not in person is a legitimate option for Christians.
Wildfires are ravaging swaths of Southern California, forcing thousands to evacuate as local churches and nonprofit groups step up to help.
A video of a "friendless" young schoolboy in Tennessee about being bullied for being "ugly" has gone viral, and caused many celebrities to say they are inspired by him and express solidarity.
"Dinner Conversations" is a new show and video podcast by award-winning Christian artist and comedian Mark Lowry and author and singer Andrew Greer who sit down at the dining table to discuss real topics that Christians are faced with on a daily basis.
When Chip and Joanna Gaines first announced that they weren't going to renew their television contract with HGTV for the series "Fixer Upper" after its fifth season, some people thought they were crazy.
Will Graham says he prayed and relied on God to help him accurately portray his world-renowned grandfather, evangelist Billy Graham, in his acting debut for an upcoming film.
The true story of a crime fighting pastor is coming to network television with the help of Hollywood executive DeVon Franklin.
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence admits that while she does not believe in God, she still prays and specifically to Him when her life is in danger.
Egypt's Coptic Church said Saturday its leader, Pope Tawadros II, will not meet U.S. Vice President Mike Pence during the latter's visit to Cairo this month, citing President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
A Syrian refugee who survived being abducted and beaten by both the Assad regime and the Free Syrian Army when he was just 15, is now an undergrad at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and is sharing his experiences living as a teenager during the Syrian civil war.
A court in the United Kingdom has overturned the conviction of an American Christian street preacher for using "threatening and discriminatory language" while preaching to Muslims in Lincoln.
Islamic State terror group supporters have attempted to frame Christians for the massacre that killed 305 people at Al Rawdah mosque in Bir Al-Abed, Egypt, using it as a means to call for revenge attacks against Christians over the Christmas period.
Allowing people with mental illness to serve also engages the gifts of people in your church, people who have something to contribute — something given to them by God.
How has it come about that a nation often assumed to be Christian, a nation also obsessed with pursuing happiness, has acquired such an anti-Christian understanding of what it means to be happy?
Christian anthropology and authentic Wesleyanism in particular offer a very different political theology premised on the divinely ordained sacred nature of each human individual.
The most effective prayer plan is the one you will use. What I know: If you do not have a plan to pray, usually you will not pray consistently and effectively.
Pre-Reformation England was one of the most pious Roman Catholic countries. So much so it is widely reported that more English churches were dedicated to Mary than in France, Italy or Spain, the countries more commonly associated with Catholicism.
Repeatedly, we find that opposition to abortion "covers a multitude of sins." More specifically, it is support for a legal ban on abortion that justifies backing politicians and policies that don't remotely resemble the Way of Jesus.
Many seminarians become cold and rigid. They have all the right answers, but none of the right life. I did not want that to happen to me. A funny thing happened to me though.
On Wednesday, the Family Research Council's Lt. General Jerry Boykin and Travis Weber gave Wilson 77,024 reasons to reconsider the action taken against Col. Leland Bohannon.
The commercialization of Christmas feels like a big financial trap! My husband and I want to show love to our kids and family but the pressure to spend and borrow just to put a bunch of packages under the tree seems ridiculous.
Unless you've been under a rock for the last few weeks, you've heard about the plethora of #MeToo reports of sexual harassment and abuse perpetrated by politicians, actors and the news media.
As all eyes are focused on Jerusalem once again because of President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
This time of year can be a bitter sweet season when we remember the need to deal with something deep down that affects everything all year long. I'm talking about the root of bitterness.
Yale Law professor and Planned Parenthood donor Linda Greenhouse unleashed a borderline illiterate vindication of California's attempt to force pro-lifers into parroting a state-approved message in favor of abortion.
Christ understood what many of us do not – that our fundamental problem isn't the systems or structures under which we live as a society. They are merely symptoms of the problem.
Are you striving to make a name for yourself that gets mentioned every now and then for years to come?
I have been to the Holy Land more than twenty times. Each time, I am amazed again by the complexities surrounding Jerusalem, the religious capital of more than half the world's population.
I invested three hours reading, and my return was over 4,000 hours of talking to my heavenly Father. That's a fantastic return on my investment.
The Bible says that we should choose life. What a blessing it is to follow God's ways. Just ask virtually any grandparent.
As for President Trump, he is convinced that this formal recognition of Jerusalem will aid and abet the peace process. But even if that is not the case, I truly believe that God will bless him and bless America for making this courageous and righteous decision.
Jack Phillips, a Christian cake artist who owns Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado has run his business for years according to his religious convictions. He is a gentle, kind and loving soul. He serves everyone, just not every event.
The holiday season of celebration is incredibly hard when we miss those we love. God knows.
The legal case of Jack Phillips came and went and now they wait with bated breath to find out how the Supreme Court rules and were Justice Neil McGill Gorsuch stands on the issue of religious freedom and freedom of conscience.
Lifeway Research released a new survey on December 4, 2017, showing Evangelicals age 65 and older in full support of Israel's existence, security, and prosperity as a nation-state.
Children are some of the greatest blessings in life. They teach you that the world doesn't revolve around you, they bring endless joy and opportunities for character development, and they give us a little glimpse of how God sees His children.
I never imagined that I would hear "Imagine" performed as a Christmas song. But that's how secular the holidays have become.