The Rt. Rev. C. Andrew Doyle, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, has announced that a Beaumont church, where a package exploded Thursday, and a school it runs within the compound will remain closed "until further notice."
Prince Henry "Harry" of Wales and former U.S. actress Meghan Markle have invited Bishop Michael Curry, the first African American to preside over the Episcopal Church and who defends same-sex marriage, to deliver a sermon at their wedding on Saturday.
In the commencement address at Hillsdale College in Michigan on Saturday, Vice President Mike Pence told the Class of 2018 they were joining the workforce amid "opportunity and optimism" due to growing faith in America.
A cottage community affiliated with the United Methodist Church cannot bar non-Christians from buying and owning homes as it is not exempt from fair housing laws, the Department of Housing and Urban Development has ruled.
Days after the United Methodist Church voted down an amendment to its Book of Discipline that would have said God is not "male or female," the denomination says there will be a revote as the text had an error.
On Sunday, the 21,000 member multi-campus Redemption Church headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina, got a new name, Relentless, and also a new pastor, John Gray, as its founder Ron Carpenter Jr. held his final service.
In the ongoing trial of American Pastor Andrew Brunson, who was arrested in December 2016 on false charges of espionage and terrorism in Turkey, a video of a Middle Eastern dish that Brunson's daughter sent him from the United States is being viewed as evidence.
A public school board in Canada's Alberta province has voted to close down an associated Christian school after it refused to abstain from teaching "offensive" Bible verses that discuss sexuality, according to reports.
A six-day Vacation Bible School for children run by a Pentecostal church in southern India was forced to suspend the program on its first day after two men from Hindu nationalist groups disrupted it and threatened the organizers, according to a report.
Four countries in South and Southeast Asia have laws that ban conversion of their citizens away from the majority religion, and two other countries are considering implementing the legislation, apart from numerous other nations in the region that prohibit blasphemy and apostasy, aimed mostly at Christian missionary work.
The body of a 46-year-old Pentecostal pastor, with his head severed, was found next to his vehicle that had been set on fire in the eastern state of Jharkhand. While extreme Marxists appear to have claimed responsibility, some local Christians believe the killers were mobilized by Rightwing Hindus.
Robert Morris, the founding pastor of the nearly 40,000-member Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas, who is battling an illness, says in a Facebook live video that he's alive and recovering thanks to the prayers of thousands of believers.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says he removed the Rev. Patrick J. Conroy as the chaplain of the House of Representatives because of his failure to provide "pastoral services," and that a new bipartisan committee will select his replacement.
As Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is scheduled to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington Monday, Christian groups are calling on the White House to raise the issue of the killing of Christians by Islamic Fulani herdsmen in northern Nigeria.
At least 10 Christian civilians have been killed and thousands need urgent medical attention in Myanmar's Kachin State as the fighting between ethnic rebel groups and government troops in a conflict area rages on, according to reports.
A play depicting Jesus Christ raping a hijab-clad woman and pulling out a national flag from her genitals was performed to sold-out crowds in the Czech city of Brno and the Croatian city of Split this week amid protests.
The North Indian state of Uttarakhand is now the eighth state in the country to pass legislation that is officially named the "Freedom of Religion Act" but has the allegedly hidden intent to punish those who facilitate religious conversions, especially conversions from Hinduism to Christianity.
Two senators, one Republican and the other a Democrat, have called for targeted sanctions against Turkey for the imprisonment of American Pastor Andrew Brunson, who was arrested in December 2016 on false charges of espionage and terrorism.
As religious minorities in India, including Christians, are increasingly being targeted with violent crimes, more than 1,500 leaders from different faiths got together and resolved to promote the correct understanding of their respective religions to deal with an atmosphere of hate.