A small bomb exploded near a prominent church in Egypt's capital city Sunday night, according to authorities.
Christian relief groups are working furiously to provide basic shelter, food, water and sanitation to the hundreds of thousands displaced by the fighting in the North West Frontier Province (NWFP) in Pakistan.
The co-directors of the Miss California USA competition will hold a news conference Monday after days of discussion with representatives of Christian beauty queen Carrie Prejean.
Roxana Saberi's lawyer said Sunday that he is optimistic that there will be a "remarkable change" to the verdict rendered last month against the jailed U.S. journalist.
The appeal of U.S. journalist Roxana Saberi will be heard next week, an Iranian judiciary spokesman said Saturday, without stating a specific date.
The front-to-back Bible reading that has been going on for more than three straight days will come to an end today, with the last verses to be read before a closing ceremony by the U.S. Capitol in Washington.
Members of the Evangelical Press Association and the Associated Church Press will be gathering this week for the first time in more than two decades.
U.S. journalist Roxana Saberi was admitted to a prison hospital in Iran last week after switching from a sugar water-only fast to a complete fast in protest of her conviction last month.
Before the steps of the nation's Capitol, hundreds of Christians will be gathered throughout this week to partake in the 20th annual U. S. Capitol Bible Reading Marathon.
President Obama said Friday that he intends to consult with Democrats and Republicans "across the political spectrum" before nominating a candidate for the Supreme Court.
Roxana Saberi couldn't mark her 32nd birthday with friends and family last week and won't be speaking at her alma mater's commencement ceremony Sunday as she had planned.
Attorneys at a Christian legal group are urging the U.S. Senate not to pass the expanded "Hate Crimes" bill, which the House this week voted 249-175 in favor of.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter is planning to retire, a reliable source reported Thursday night. He is expected to open the first seat for President Obama to fill.
An artist has canceled plans to unveil a painting that depicts President Obama with a crown of thorns and arms extended outward as if he was being crucified.
Charismatic televangelist Pat Robertson plans to retire as president of the university he founded, according to an announcement Tuesday.
Around 200 students at a Christian university in Indiana are spending four days this week living in a cardboard village to experience and highlight the plight of the world's homeless population.
The father of the U.S. journalist who was convicted of espionage in Iran earlier this month says his daughter is on a hunger strike and was heading into the fifth day Saturday.
Efforts to allow sexually active gays and lesbians to serve as clergy in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) were once again defeated according to votes received so far from 158 of the denomination's 173 presbyteries.
With summer not far away now, publishing giant Zondervan and the founder of Bible reading ministry are challenging Americans to take up the Holy Book for their summer reading and get through it in just 90 days.
The former presidential campaign manager for Sen. John McCain says the Republican Party could become a "religious party" if it puts public policy issues to a religious test.
An American journalist detained in Iran has been convicted of spying and sentenced to eight years in prison, her lawyer reported Saturday.
The head of America's largest Hispanic Christian organization has released a book about seven principles drawn from Jesus' empty tomb that he says can enrich, empower, and transform lives.
The group that organizes and promotes the National Day of Prayer has launched an effort to challenge Christian students and young adults to be more active in exercising their freedom to praise, proclaim and pray.
An initiative to mobilize teens in the fight against malaria has raised nearly half a million dollars since its launch - most of which came in over the past four months.
An Iranian American journalist who has been charged with espionage appeared Monday before a closed-door court in Iran's capital city, Tehran, to speak on her defense. The Rev. Mark S. Hanson has been petitioning for Saberi.