Dozens of gay men have reportedly been arrested in Nigeria, where a new law that bans same-sex marriage and makes participation in homosexual organizations illegal under the threat of imprisonment was recently signed into law.
A California winemaker is suing Duck Commander Inc., the company owned by the Robertson family of A&E's "Duck Dynasty," for trademark infringement over the new line of Duck Commander wines.
An Indiana megachurch is giving away its biggest Christmas Offering ever – more than $1 million – to help fund Bible translation projects in Asia.
An international Christian organization says it will distribute 60,000 blankets to the homeless and needy across the U.S. in January alone.
The sister of American citizen Kenneth Bae, a Christian missionary who is imprisoned in North Korea, is speaking out about former NBA star Dennis Rodman's recent comments about her brother.
Attorneys representing a Colorado cake shop and its Christian owner filed an appeal last week after a judge ruled last month that the company must sell wedding cakes to gay couples.
A megachurch pastor in Arizona has resigned after admitting that he engaged in extramarital affairs with more than one woman, the church said in a statement Sunday.
An organization formed in the wake of the Boy Scouts of America's decision to allow openly gay members officially launched on New Year's Day.
An 8-year-old boy with cerebral palsy had his wish come true over the weekend when he was drafted by his favorite NBA team.
A California school district has reversed its decision to charge a Christian organization thousands of dollars to use the district's facilities for children's club meetings, even while other clubs use the facilities for free.
A pair of Wisconsin churches co-sponsored a billboard message to let their city know that, despite an atheist's claim to the contrary, there is life after death.
The woman who donated a gold ring to The Salvation Army as a way to honor her former husband on the anniversary of his death has been identified, but says she never intended to receive any attention for her generosity.
Phil Robertson, the "Duck Dynasty" star who A&E suspended over his recently published comments about homosexuality, gave Kay, his wife, a wedding ring for Christmas after being married for nearly half a century.
Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson Supporters Order Thousands of Rubber Ducks to Send to A&E to Protest Suspension
Supporters of Phil Robertson, the "Duck Dynasty" star who was suspended by A&E because of his recently published comments about homosexuality, are ordering rubber ducks to be sent to the network in protest of Robertson's suspension.
The pastor of the church attended by the Robertsons of A&E's "Duck Dynasty" says family patriarch Phil Robertson knows gay people who have attended the church.
The person or persons behind the now-famous "Tips for Jesus" Instagram account is encouraging consumers everywhere to join the movement by generously tipping their servers as a part of "Project Christmas Eve."
While the percentage of born-again Christians who practice evangelism has either decreased or remained relatively unchanged among some generations, the percentage of Millennials who are sharing their faith has "significantly" increased in recent years, according to a new report.
Women are more likely than men to believe God is male, according to a Harris Poll released earlier this week.
The percentage of Americans who believe in God, heaven and miracles decreased in the last several years, according to poll results released Monday, while the percentage of people who believe in Darwin's theory of evolution is on the rise.
An Arizona woman who was serving as a bell ringer for The Salvation Army's Red Kettle campaign says she was assaulted by another woman for saying "Happy Holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas."
An advertisement for a Catholic hospital that mentions "the birth of Jesus" and "God's healing message" will be run by ESPN on Saturday after it was initially rejected by the network, reportedly because of its religious content.
Pastor Bill Wilson, who knows what it's like to be in need on Christmas, and his Metro World Child ministry are working to put gifts in the hands of an estimated 150,000 children worldwide who otherwise might not receive one at all.
Dana Elaine Owens, better known as "Queen Latifah," says she once relied on alcohol to cope with the tragedies in her life, but it was her faith in God that ultimately helped her through feelings of anger and sadness.
"Family Talk," a Christian radio ministry, and its president James Dobson are suing the federal government for subjecting them to the Obamacare "abortion mandate" despite the nonprofit's religious and moral objections to the mandate.
Actress Candace Cameron Bure, perhaps most widely known for her role as DJ Tanner on the family sitcom "Full House," said in a recent interview that she won't get nude or act out sex scenes in her work.