Evangelical Christian pastors and ministry leaders are speaking out in thanks to God on Thanksgiving Day in the United States, encouraging Christians to be grateful always, even when things aren't going their way.
- Texas Pastor in Church Shooting Talks Trusting Christ, Reveals Nearly 30 People Reconnected With Faith
- Canadian Univ. Apologizes After Interrogating Grad Student for Showing Debate of Trans Pronouns
- Late Gospel Singer Shawn Jones Went to Church Instead of Emergency Room After Suffering Stroke at Revival Last Summer
A church in the Northeastern African nation of Algeria has been closed down after authorities claimed that the church building was being used to print Bibles and other Christian materials.
Pop-Superstar Mariah Carey is known for her countless number one hits and elaborate ensembles. But this Christmas, the singer says she wanted to highlight another star by partaking in the Sony Pictures Animation faith-based film "The Star."
Thanksgiving is one of the most important holidays in the United States. Tens of millions of Americans travel to be with family, to feast, and to be thankful.
Massachusetts became the first state in the nation to mandate birth control coverage in the wake of the Trump administration's move last month to provide religious employers a broader exemption to an Obamacare mandate requiring contraception coverage for employees.
The Rev. Philip "Flip" Benham, who is the father of twin brothers Jason and David Benham, says Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore was attracted to younger women because of their "purity." Moore has been accused of sexually molesting several underage girls.
A Florida church that posted a controversial warning that its pastors are "heavily armed" and ready to use "deadly force" continues stirring debates online two weeks after the mass slaughter at a church in Texas.
An Ohio congregation is planning to serve approximately 2,400 meals this Thanksgiving for those in need, exceeding the number of dinners from past years.
Author and evangelist Beth Moore has insisted that Jesus Christ is not a misogynist, encouraging people to read the Bible to see how He treated women.
Being both Reformed and charismatic is like being a "theological orphan," says The Village Church's Matt Chandler, and he implores both camps to quit tearing each other down. The two groups, he says, are acting like "divorced parents" and he wants to see them remarried.
An Alabama church formerly led by Pastor Earl Wise who reportedly declared that he would still support embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore even if it's proven that he sexually assaulted teenage girls in the past, said they've been attacked and branded a "pedophile church" because of Wise's comments.
Actor and filmmaker Tyler Perry opened up about the time he prophesied over T.D. Jakes, saying, "I was on fire, and I couldn't hold It."
Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington is the star of the new film, "Roman J. Israel, Esq," and in a recent interview the actor said that although Christians know Jesus died for our sins, they still forget.
One Oscar-nominated actor is exploring what could happen if people sought to profit off of spiritual tourism in Israel with his new film "Holy Air," which is told from an Arab Christian perspective.
One actress is hoping to defy stereotypes associated with Christianity in a new faith-based comedy series that she's asking fans to help raise money for.
A 21-year-old Kenyan who grew up in a strict Muslim household and was forced to pray five times per day is now paying the consequence that many from strict Muslim families experience when they leave Islam and give their lives to Christ, a Christian organization has reported.
A new Swedish children's book explaining transgenderism features a "trans species" horse that believes it is a dog character in order to teach toddlers and preschoolers they can "be who they want."
Female soldiers in North Korea's army are mistreated so severely, including being repeatedly raped, that many of them have stopped menstruating, a defector has said.
An Iraqi Christian man who fled his hometown due to the rise of the Islamic State in 2014 says circumstances have gotten "even worse" for him and his Christian brothers and sisters following the liberation of Mosul and the surrounding Nineveh Plains.
In spite of Thanksgiving being a favorite of many, we often don't "get it." It's all about gratitude.
Most of what I thought I knew about Thanksgiving was wrong.
With another Thanksgiving upon us, it's good to consider what the Pilgrims endured and how they thanked God through it all.
Here are just a few ways you can "get into the holiday spirit," starting today and enduring into the New Year.
Facebook and other social media sites should take a clear stance in favor of free speech and resist the urge to censor articles and editorials because of their ideological content.
When your family sits down around the Thanksgiving dinner table, pause a moment to ask the time-honored question: "What are you thankful for this year?"
It was on a Thanksgiving Day a grouchy man was grumbling away as usual. "Can't you find some reason for which to be thankful?" a neighbor asked.
With the recent cancellation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, these are especially difficult times for nearly 800,000 DACA recipients.
The recent passage of mandatory E-Verify by the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee brings us one step closer to ending the root cause of most illegal immigration into the United States – outlaw businesses that hire illegal immigrants.
From day one, I have made my views clear on Judge Roy Moore. I hope that he is innocent of the charges brought against him and would love to see him serve as Alabama's next senator.
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.
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.
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.
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.
When we consider that diarrheal issues are the second leading killers of children in the developing world, these statistics become more sobering.
Do you want to mature ... are you ready to grow and change? Then you must assess your spiritual health often.
The U.S. Department of State is warning Americans about the risk of terrorism when going to Europe at Christmas. While all travelers should exercise caution no matter where they go the reality is that Europe remains perfectly safe.
It is with a heavy heart that I feel compelled to communicate with you concerning the controversy that has engulfed your candidacy for the United States Senate from Alabama.