Ah, the holidays: The promise of gathering the whole family under one roof for togetherness. But which particular roof you assemble under, everyone knows, has the potential to lead to some holiday sneer.
The Middle East has long had a reputation for being one of the world's perennial trouble spots. But for expatriates, the tiny Persian Gulf county Bahrain ranks as one of the most welcoming places to work.
From hotels made of solid ice to Hollywood's winter retreat, Forbes and Travel Channel give you ways to heat up the winter.
You're healthy, you're pretty thin, or at least not overweight, and you never thought your cholesterol was particularly high.
Some travelers are trading beach vacations for unforgettable experiences in faraway lands like these.
In December, travelers will be able to board a $1.4 billion ship five years in the making.
The National Association of Evangelicals confirmed the selection of the Rev. Leith Anderson, senior pastor of a Minnesota megachurch, as its interim president on Saturday, temporarily filling the leadership position that was left vacant by the sudden resignation of its former president, the Rev. Ted Haggard.
Four of the most influential conservative Christian organizations held hands with Republican politicians and speakers to rally Christian voters to the polls ahead of this Novembers midterm elections.
With the 2006 midterm election season in full swing, both Democrats and Republicans are pulling out old campaign strategies and testing out new initiatives to woo Christian voters to their camp.
More than 15,000 teenaged Lutherans were encouraged to answer the call to "clear up the confusion about faith" during the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America's 2006 Youth Gathering.
Over 11,000 Christian teenagers have convened in Washington for the 2006 DCLA celebration, which started today with a worship session featuring the Dove-Award winning group David Crowder Band and teachings by WisdomWorks Ministries founder Mark Matlock.
With three controversial decisions on homosexuality, gender and divestment behind them, the two top figures of the Presbyterian Church USA wrote a pastoral letter urging the church to trust the "Presbyterian process of doing things," rather than focusing on volatile disagreements.