David French, a staff writer at National Review, delivered the keynote address Saturday at a Southern Baptist-sponsored national conference on cultural engagement, calling this year's election cycle a "colossal, miserable, disgusting failure" as voters will have to choose between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Preacher Francis Chan uses a little humor to explain how Christians often do things that don't make any sense, including when it comes to the Great Commission, or the command to make disciples.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's support among evangelical leaders and influencers has doubled, from 22 percent in May to now 44 percent, as he has released a pro-life Supreme Court shortlist, according to WORLD magazine's monthly surveys.
A Canadian Muslim man who was formerly radicalized revealed in an interview earlier this week that his jihadist views changed after he met Taliban militants, which subsequently led him to fight terrorism as an undercover agent.
A Baptist missionary-founded children's home in Oklahoma has refused to accept a donation of $28,000 from a group of atheists who wanted the contribution to be noted "in honor of" their organization.
The Islamic State terror group has executed six of its leaders with a weapon that sprays out burning fuel in the Nineveh Province of northwestern Iraq, for trying to escape to Syria, according to reports.
In a live, interactive event on Tuesday, former Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson and TV and film actor and producer Kirk Cameron urged Christians to exercise their right to vote, warning that "when you don't vote, you're voting."
Texas megachurch Pastor Ed Young shared five things based on the Bible that can help a Christian understand what heaven is all about. The message was titled, "What in the Heaven is Going On?"
Jordan Rogers is a North America Brand Manager at Nike, but it wouldn't have been possible had he not been able to recover from his drug addiction, he shares in a new, candid "I Am Second" video as he celebrates 13 years of freedom and sobriety.
As floodwaters began to recede in Louisiana Saturday after leaving at least 13 dead and damaging 60,000 homes, search parties are going door to door looking for survivors or bodies trapped by flooding even as more than 102,000 residents have registered for federal assistance.
Thousands of leaked Islamic State documents carrying employment forms show that most of its recruits from its earliest days came with only the most basic knowledge of Islam, and the terror group was happy they could easily be indoctrinated.
Iraqi President Fuad Masoum has announced that the government will execute 36 terrorists from the Islamic State who have been convicted of killing 1,700 people held captive after promising that they would be sent back to their families.
The U.K.-based Christian Solidarity Worldwide has recorded more than 1,600 religious freedom violations in Cuba in the first six months of this year, highlighting the communist government's crackdown of churches, especially the beginning of a process which involves confiscation of 1,400 Assemblies of God churches.
Torrential rainfall along the U.S. Gulf Coast has caused "historic" flooding across central and southern Louisiana, killing at least three people. Thousands of people have been rescued, and the governor has declared a state of emergency even as more rain is expected over the weekend.
Evangelist Franklin Graham congratulated American underdog Maya DiRado, who won a gold medal for the 200 backstroke in Rio Olympics and is a Christian, saying her "winning attitude goes far beyond swimming."
The Obama administration turned down requests from FBI field offices who wanted to open public corruption cases involving the Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton, according to recently released emails from Clinton's tenure as secretary of state.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is now leading her Republican rival Donald Trump by 7.5 points as she consolidated support of Democrats as their party's nominee thanks to the last month's national convention, while the real estate mogul failed to do so, according to the Real Clear Politics average of recent polls.
American Pastors Network President: I Didn't Say Hillary Clinton Is Unfit to Be President Because She's a Woman
Sam Rohrer, president of the American Pastors Network and former Pennsylvania lawmaker, was reported by media as saying in a radio show that it is not biblical to have women in positions of government and therefore Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is unfit to be president. But he has clarified that he didn't say that.
The Olympic torch reached Rio de Janeiro's Maracana Stadium for the grand opening ceremony of the 2016 games after being blessed by Rio Cardinal Orani Tempesta at the city's landmark and heavily guarded Christ the Redeemer statue after the city's mayor personally requested for it.
Tyndale House Publishers has decided it will not go ahead with the scheduled release of a book by former NewSpring Pastor Perry Noble, who was recently fired for alcohol addiction and other "unfortunate choices and decisions."
Discussing his new book, When Trouble Comes, Dr. Phil Ryken, President of the evangelical higher education institution Wheaton College, shares in a candid interview his experiences during "a season of deep discouragement" when he even thought of taking his life, though not in a sustained way.
August's Perseid Meteor Shower Will Be Spectacular With Double Meteors Diving Into Earth's Atmosphere, NASA Says
Shooting stars will likely light up the night sky next week during a meteor shower known as Perseids, which will be more speculator than we have witnessed in the previous 20 years, according to experts at NASA.
An evangelical church in the Swedish city of Uppsala plans to drop thousands of small, electronic bibles into areas controlled by the Islamic State terror groups using drones "to pass on the hope and love of the Christian gospel."
Muslim leaders in Normandy, the French city where an 84-year-old Catholic priest, Father Jacques Hamel, was killed, have refused to bury the 19-year-old convicted terrorist Adel Kermiche, who was shot dead by police after he murdered the priest. Meanwhile, reports say one of Kermiche's friends was detained days before the attack.
Brian "Head" Welch, co-founder of the nu metal band Korn who left the group in 2005 after becoming a Christian amid his struggle with drug addiction, rejoined the same band eight years later. In a media interview, the New York Times bestselling author explains why he did that.