Self-centeredness and idolatry are the two greatest destroyers of marriage, said one pastor at a panel on marriage and dating in Raleigh, N.C.
The Monday after Easter is sometimes a letdown, said Dr. James Emery White, professor of Theology and Culture at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, in a recent blog post.
The birthplace of Roe v. Wade was the backdrop for a pro-life event on Good Friday called The Esther Call, which drew thousands of people from across the country to Dallas, Texas.
The final countdown to Easter Sunday is here. Churches across the nation are putting the final touches on sermons, worship songs and preparation for large crowds on a day when many unchurched and dechurched decide to attend services.
The producers of the "I am Second" Christian video testimonies debuted Cy Young Award-winning pitcher of the Los Angeles Dodgers Clayton Kershaw's story about his Christian faith on Thursday – the opening day of Major League Baseball season.
A megachurch in Phoenix, Ariz., kicked off a clean water campaign today by having its college students walk for 12 miles across the city to raise money to build water wells in developing countries.
In an attempt to support the ordination of women bishops in The Church of England, a British historian is emphasizing the importance of women in religion and posing the idea that God could be female.
Dozens of pro-life women will complete their 21-day and more than 250-mile trek from Houston – the home of the nation's largest Planned Parenthood center – to Dallas, Texas, on Good Friday.
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian's recent comments on Twitter about her church attendance provided fodder for not only celebrity gossip in the secular media and blogosphere, but surprisingly also for a Christian radio station.
Churches in 124 countries will be participating in Prison Fellowship International's (PFI) annual Week of Prayer for Justice, which began April 1 and will end on Easter Sunday.
North Carolina could become the next state in the U.S. to pass a marriage amendment, also known as Amendment 1, when voters go to the polls on May 8.
Author and apologist Frank Turek is tired of Christians saying they don't want to get involved in politics. "You won't be able to preach the Gospel if you don't get involved in politics," he told attendees at First Baptist Church in Charlotte, N.C.
The global sex industry generates over $30 billion a year, which is why Kristin Keen is often on the side of the highway in Jacksonville, Fla. She routinely walks a section called Philips Highway to meet and talk with prostitutes working on the street. These women wonder why she cares, especially in a place where most transactions are strictly business.
Evangelical pastor Matt Chandler has been disturbed by what he's been hearing or sensing from pastors lately – and that is their search for "success" through the size of their churches and the growth of their platforms.
After South Carolina Pastor Perry Noble apologized to his congregation for criticizing those seeking more discipleship, a Christian apologist and radio host said a simple apology isn't enough. He suggested that Noble go on a "Repentance Tour."
Christian author and speaker Carol McLeod is gearing up to explore the spiritual side of women's emotions next month with the release of her new book HOLY ESTROGEN: Every Woman's Guide to Making Her Emotions the Holiest Part of Her.
Conditions are right for a spiritual revival, said American Evangelist Sammy Tippit this week, though not all agree. Tippit sees the economic downturn and housing crisis as a time for churches to evaluate their mission
T.D. Jakes recently released a new book on forgiveness that has at least one critic accusing the renowned preacher of denying the doctrine of original sin.
Christian women often try to organize the messiness of life by creating "happy little compartments that we suppose will bring peace," said Trisha Wilkerson, a Christian blogger and mother.
The hardest part of a marriage in which the husband is not a Christian is balancing spiritual leadership roles, say relationship experts and authors Lynn Donovan and Dineen Miller.
Christians have a Gospel that is profoundly influential, transformative, and significant in the way we think about race, said author and pastor John Piper.
The Bible is clear about not being "unequally yoked," but what if you become a Christian once married and your spouse doesn't follow suit?
Christianity gives the best picture of how to bring justice to the poor, said a professor and author who had work with Mother Teresa in Calcutta, India.
The American Center for Law and Justice is urging the president of New York's Stony Brook University to reverse a decision that ends a long-standing practice of closing school in observance of major Christian and Jewish holidays.
A poll released this week found that 54percent of Americans think churches should steer clear of politics. The number was even higher among Catholics, with 60 percent saying that churches should keep out of political issues entirely.