British reality TV star Jade Goody says she's "ready to go to Heaven" after marrying boyfriend Jack Tweed and christening her sons this past Sunday. The 27-year-old celebrity has only months to live.
The Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) has released a series of lecture DVDs featuring Dr. William G. Dever, a retired biblical archaeologist and now frequent author on questions relating to the historicity of the Bible.
A documentary-style DVD and curriculum aims to help short-term missions travelers embark on global missions trips better prepared, more culturally aware, and equipped to build lasting change and relationships.
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of John Calvin's birth, the PC(U.S.A.)'s Office of Theology Worship and Education has released a 60-minute documentary to provide a compelling opportunity to re-examine the French theologian's life and thought.
A man who was once part of America's homeless population is now spreading the word about a new website that captures the stories of the homeless people across the nation – one at a time.
In response to the continual growth of small groups in local churches across the nation, Christianity Today International has launched SmallGroups.com, a site dedicated to connecting small-group leaders with the resources they need to have an effective and healthy small group.
A pro-life movie largely produced by over 40 homeschooled students will release nationwide on DVD next month after receiving critical acclaim from Christians and conservatives over the past several months.
A Christian entrepreneur who manages hosting services for dozens of churches and faith-based organizations is sounding off against marketing powerhouse GoDaddy.com after the domain registrar's famously risqué Super Bowl ads earlier this month sparked an outcry among several of his clients.
The international Christian counseling ministry led by author and speaker June Hunt is doubling its efforts in helping pregnancy resource centers by launching a national campaign to raise funds to supply materials to women and children in crisis all around the country.
The Israeli Ministry of Tourism has launched a NIS 26 million (USD $6.4 million) advertising campaign that aims to present Israel as a safe destination for tourists following the nation's deadly three-week offense against Hamas militants in Gaza.
Churches across the nation and around the world marked the start of Black History Month with services and celebrations. Black History Month kicks off this year just weeks after President Obama stepped into office
One of the largest and most influential national gatherings for professionals of faith in the entertainment industry has announced this year's lineup of keynote speakers.
A new web-based platform has been launched to pair U.S.-based organizations and communities with NGOs, nonprofits, and community organizations oversees in need of physical resources, services and expertise.
The deadline for registering a local "Bible Bee" contest for the first annual National Bible Bee Competition is Jan. 31, and those interested in hosting local Bible Bees in their communities are being urged to register before the closing date.
As sports fans prepare for the fast-approaching Super Bowl, IBS Publishing is announcing the release of its football-themed "Path to Victory" New Testament featuring the testimonies of football greats including recently retired Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy and Super Bowl-bound quarterback Kurt Warner.
Religious individuals have a significantly lower chance of committing suicide, according to the results of a recent study in Canada.
Four days before abortion rights activists mark the 36th anniversary of Roe v. Wade in the name of a woman's right to choose, pro-life supporters spoke out Sunday on behalf of the most vulnerable and weakest members of society.
The Salvation Army is doing everything it can to keep warm the homeless in the Northern Plains, Midwest, Great Lakes, and Northeast, where freezing temperatures and face-numbing winds have gripped residents for most of the week.
The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded nearly $5.5 million in grants to 18 faith-based and community organizations to help and equip ex-prisoners as they prepare for re-entry into society.
A pregnant woman who discovered last week that she is carrying a rare form of conjoined twins has pledged not to abort them. The Catholic couple says they will not throw away the "gift from God."
Leaders, scholars, and students within the Pentecostal and Charismatic movement will be meeting next year for a landmark gathering to examine the future of the movement, adopt new language, and foster growth, unity and more effective outreach.
The flagship seminary of the Southern Baptist Convention plans to become the first Protestant institution in the United States to offer a Ph.D. in spirituality, according to an announcement this week.
Two religious institutions behind a recent survey of 36 leading seminaries and rabbinical schools claim that most faith-based institutions are failing to prepare the next generation of clergy to address sexuality issues in ministry.
Over the course of four years (2003-2007), the number of homeschooled students increased by more than 36 percent, according to recently released estimates from the National Center of Education Statistics (NCES).
Opposition leader John Atta Mills said he will pray for humility and for God's wisdom to govern Ghana after being declared the West African country's next president.