North Korean orphans are "tortured harshly" if it's discovered they're Christian, and the Chinese government is complicit is these atrocities, according to human rights activists and freedom advocates for North Korea.
James C. Dobson, one of the most respected and influential American evangelical leaders, is marking his 40th year in broadcasting, having reached hundreds of millions of people over the decades ministering to marriages and families.
A Reformed charismatic pastor is addressing a popular anthem from Hillsong amid assertions that it contains heresy because it says Jesus "didn't want Heaven without us," lyrics some have called unbiblical and "doctrinal malpractice."
The state of Missouri rejecting a Christian preschool from accessing its scrap tire program to resurface its playground is religious discrimination, religious liberty advocates said outside the Supreme Court Wednesday. And the court's liberal justices reportedly seemed to concur with that during oral arguments in what some consider this cycle's marquee case, Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer.
A network of American pastors is aiming to connect the older generation of ministers with younger ones to address the vast numbers of millennials and youth who are not only leaving the faith but don't have a biblical worldview.
Each year Christians around the world, particularly in liturgical traditions, reenact the final moments of Christ's life on earth as part of a weeklong observation now known as Holy Week. The days of this week are Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday.
Members of the student body at a Catholic university in Pittsburgh are attempting to cancel their school's plans to bring fast-food chain Chick-fil-A to campus, saying the restaurant represents a threat to their safety.
The founder of a major youth missions movement believes that the "greatest spiritual awakening the world has ever known" is about to happen and by 2033 the Bible will be printed in every language on earth.
America's opioid crisis has come to the fore of national politics, with talk of skyrocketing addiction rates, deaths by overdoses, and "carnage," as some wonder if the drug problems can be solved under President Donald Trump.
A tenured Ivy League professor who defends infanticide and bestiality as ethical acts is suggesting that because a mentally disabled person cannot understand the concept of consent to sex, raping that person might not be wrong.
Franklin Graham's backing of President Donald Trump and his policy stances on refugees and immigration have offended conservative evangelical groups in Europe. Leading evangelicals and churches in Norway are reportedly withdrawing from a "revival festival" in late 2017 in Oslo where the renowned evangelist is scheduled to speak.
A prominent Reformed theologian is highlighting the role that angels play in the life of believing Christians, arguing against the idea that every Christian has only one guardian angel assigned to him or her.