The founding pastor of Providence Church in Frisco, Texas, passed away Friday after being admitted into the Intensive Care Unit with liver and kidney damage.
A 1988 graduate of Wheaton College will be returning to his alma mater to serve as president following a unanimous decision by the school's Board of Trustees.
A federal judge has turned down a Christian educators association's motion to argue against an anti-religious and allegedly unconstitutional consent order imposed upon a Florida county school district.
Valentine's Day this year falls on a Sunday, but that's not the only reason for U.S. churches this year to highlight and celebrate the love and affection between committed couples on the Lord's Day.
Religious creationists and evolutionists have been gathering across the country and internationally over the weekend to examine and debate the compatibility of science and religion.
The NCAA Football Rules Committee agreed Wednesday to bar players from displaying words, numbers, logos and other symbols in the anti-glare "eye black" they underline their eyes with.
Pro-football player Michael Vick got two unique shots this past week to reveal to the public how 18 months in prison and his newfound faith has made him a new man – a different man.
Pro-family and faith-based organizations across the United States marked the start of National Marriage Week on Sunday to draw special attention on the need to strengthen marriage and the ways to do it.
When the Apostle Paul wrote of the "perversion" of men and women who committed "indecent acts" with those of the same sex, he was talking about people he understood to be heterosexuals engaging in same-sex acts, according to The Episcopal Church's first actively-gay bishop.
A film production team is re-enacting last month's federal court battle over California's voter-approved marriage definition to allow people to see what the U.S. Supreme Court decided to keep behind court doors.
For many, it may seem like the 30-second ads for this year's Super Bowl are getting more attention than next weekend's matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and the New Orleans Saints.
The final witness in the federal court battle over California's voter-approved marriage definition finished giving his testimony Wednesday, but the closing arguments and the final ruling are still weeks away.
Matchmaking website eHarmony.com settled a class-action lawsuit Tuesday, agreeing to pay half a million dollars to gay, lesbian and bisexual Californians who were harmed by its decision not to offer same-sex matching services.
CBS said Tuesday that its policy regarding advocacy ads has evolved over the past several years and that it would now consider airing "responsibly produced" ones during its broadcast of this year's Super Bowl, as it had done with that of Focus on the Family.
Pro-choice women's groups are rallying their supporters to convince CBS, the NFL, and Super Bowl advertisers to stand against the "anti-choice" Super Bowl ad that will feature Tim Tebow and his mother.
Over 35,000 pro-lifers took to the streets of San Francisco Saturday to show their support for "the least of these" and to mark a turning point in the battle against legalized abortion.
CBS officials have given initial approval for the ad that Christian group Focus on the Family seeks to have aired during America's most-watched television broadcast – the Super Bowl.
Just weeks after capping his college football career with a win in the Sugar Bowl, Florida Gators' star Tim Tebow is set to make an appearance during the upcoming NFL Super Bowl. But it won't be on the field that sports fans will see him.
A federal trial over California's voter-approved marriage definition opened Monday with some unexpected questioning from the judge during the opening statements.
Egeland complimented ACT for its professional standard and said church-based and other religious groups were most important in the post-tsunami rebuilding phase.
The Ugandan lawmaker who proposed a highly contentious bill that would, if enacted, broaden the criminalization of homosexuality in the east African nation said Friday that he will refuse any request to withdraw the legislation.
Michigan Theological Seminary (MTS) is now officially Moody Theological Seminary – Michigan, after an agreement to merge with Moody Bible Institute officially went into effect with the arrival of the New Year.
Pastors and pro-family leaders across America are being encouraged to take part in a weeklong effort next month to help strengthen, enrich, and repair marriages in their churches and in their communities.
Noticeably missing from the president's holiday vacation schedule was a trip to a church – even on Christmas, according to White House sources.
Though Dr. James C. Dobson will be leaving Focus on the Family at the end of next month to make room for new leadership, the prominent conservative leader intends to continue in his pro-family efforts through a new project set to launch in March.