Virtual reality, which can easily allow churches to have global presence and foster diversity and inclusiveness, is far more enabling than live-streaming, which numerous megachurches are currently using to conduct multi-site worship services. So are we going to see a rise of VR churches in the near future as the technology becomes cheaper and more accessible?
Pastor Gavin Peacock of Calgary Grace Church in Canada, who is a former professional soccer player, shares in a podcast interview how men can kill lust in today's sexualised culture. Lust, he says, is located in our hearts.
A Georgetown University student group that faced possible de-recognition last semester for promoting traditional marriage is shocked to learn that some of the donations it had received have either gone missing or been rerouted to groups that advocate for LGBT issues.
Ken Hemphill, a former Southern Baptist Convention seminary president, will be nominated for SBC president, a coalition of Southern Baptists has announced. The other nominee is North Carolina pastor J.D. Greear.
After several protest rallies were held across Russia, including in Moscow, against President Vladimir Putin to boycott presidential elections in March, authorities detained opposition leader Alexei Navalny and raided his property.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee teased Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for her decision not to be in attendance at President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address on Tuesday.
A leading exorcist in Ireland, Fr. Pat Collins, has warned that cases of demonic possession and other evil phenomena are rising in the country, urging leaders of the Catholic Church to appoint a team of exorcists, according to a report.
Speaking on NBC's "Meet The Press," former Defense Secretary Robert Gates responded to the possibility of a "deep state" group secretly running the American government to undermine Trump and his agenda.
At the 60th Grammy Awards, singer Joy Villa wore a white wedding gown with a hand-painted image of a fetus surrounded by a rainbow, and the purse she carried read, "choose life."
Hillary Clinton responded to the accusation that she protected her faith adviser on the campaign, who was accused of sexually harassing a subordinate, claiming the victim's concerns were taken seriously and addressed, but reports show otherwise.
Israeli archaeologists have discovered a small, highly decorated pottery shard, which is about 2,300 years old and depicts the birth of the Greek goddess Athena, at a site that is believed to be the biblical town Bethsaida, where Jesus performed miracles, according to reports.
Dr. Robert Jeffress, senior pastor of First Baptist Dallas, condemned the Freedom From Religion Foundation and left-wing advocacy groups for their attacks on a Bible study attended by Cabinet officials in the White House. FFRF is suing Secretary Ben Carson's Department of Housing and Urban Development for "dodging" records requests relating to the Bible study.
Speaking to "Good Morning Britain" co-host Piers Morgan in an interview in Davos, Switzerland, President Donald Trump apologized for retweeting three videos posted by a far-right political group in the U.K. last year.
National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference President the Rev. Samuel Rodriguez praised President Trump's proposal to provide a pathway to citizenship for 1.8 million undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children, as a "fulfillment of everything this administration has promised us."
A parent has filed a lawsuit against officials and teachers of the Chatham Middle School and the School District of the Chathams in New Jersey for forcing her son to endure Islamic propaganda and an explicit call to convert to Islam.
A mob led by apparent Hindu nationalists burned down a church and shops belonging to Christians in India's northern state of Jammu and Kashmir after a family alleged their daughter was killed by her husband after she had been "forced" to convert to Christianity, according to a report.
Evangelist Franklin Graham is being criticized for defending President Donald Trump after accusations surfaced that a lawyer for Trump had paid $130,000 to a porn star to keep quiet about an alleged affair.
Leaders of the Church of England will debate at their governing body next month whether they should have a priest-sharing arrangement with the Methodists to "sustain Christian presence."
Questioned by MSNBC about a recent accusation that a lawyer for Donald Trump had paid $130,000 to a porn star to keep quiet about an alleged affair during the election season, evangelist Franklin Graham said Trump "is not president perfect" and added that "we just have to give the man the benefit of the doubt."
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, who is on a four-day trip to the Middle East, met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi in Egypt and King Abdullah II in Jordan, and saw anger in the region over President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The House of Representatives on Friday passed the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, which would require healthcare workers to provide a care to babies who are born alive after an abortion attempt. All Republican representative voted in favor, and almost all Democrats opposed it.
Legislators at the Iowa Statehouse have introduced a bill that would allow or require schools to teach the Bible as an elective course, but some are opposing it as an "extreme piece of legislation."
The Trump administration has announced that it's revoking the Obama-era policy of restricting state governments from denying Medicaid funds to Planned Parenthood on the grounds that they are abortion providers.
Security forces in Nigeria have arrested a student at a Christian university in the central state of Nasarawa for converting from Islam to Christianity. They also arrested the man who had taken her to a local church.
A new survey by the Christian humanitarian charity Tearfund has found that one in five adults in Britain pray regularly, and that number is more than double the amount of people who go to church regularly.