The first of five U.S. cities will be hit by a new atheist holiday ad campaign this Thanksgiving weekend. Washington, D.C., residents can expect to see ads proclaiming, "No God?...No Problem!" inside buses and rail cars
A judge ordered a Phoenix church to stop feeding the homeless on its property, citing zoning violation.
Sarah Palin met with evangelist Billy Graham on Sunday at his Montreat, N.C., home for dinner. During their meeting, the former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee spoke of her spiritual journey and her life in Alaska.
President Obama in a rare interview appearance on Fox News this week said language used in the pro-life Stupak amendment in the House health care bill is not balanced.
Despite the intensity of recent debates over abortion coverage in health care legislation, relatively few Americans say they oppose the bills before Congress because of the issue.
Nearly one in four children in the United States lived in a home that suffered from food insecurity in 2008, according to new data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Publishing powerhouse Zondervan is selling a Bible that contains over 31,000 handwritten verses collected from its cross-country road trip earlier this year, the company announced Thursday.
Celebration over the Stupak amendment in the House health care bill was cut short this week as pro-life supporters fear the language could be removed.
A conservative pro-family group is urging Christians to boycott Gap, Old Navy and Banana Republic from now until December 25 for "censoring" the word Christmas in its ad commercials and promotions.
Thousands of students at the world's largest evangelical university on Wednesday kicked off a week filled with high-profile speakers, including "Jane Roe" of Roe v. Wade, to celebrate pro-life week.
A new pioneer report, released Tuesday, sheds light on the often deliberately ignored problem of Christian women in Egypt being abducted, forced into Muslim marriages and coerced into converting to Islam.
Newly released The Poverty and Justice Bible highlights more than 2,000 verses that refer to poverty and social justice in Scripture.
Thousands of pastors, church officials and youth group leaders across the nation were urged to equip and mobilize 20- and 30-somethings for mission this past weekend.
Churches across the nation this Sunday will raise awareness of the world's 143 million orphans as part of a concerted effort to promote adoption among believers in the pews.
The Southern California megachurch of popular preacher Rick Warren will host a forum Sunday on the persecuted church with some of the nation's foremost experts on the subject.
The Salvation Army and JC Penney launched on Tuesday an online Angel Giving Tree program that will allow customers to adopt and then shop for needy children and seniors this Christmas.
Leaders struggle the most in areas related to developing tools needed to succeed, found a new Barna study that identifies the weaknesses of leaders.
Christian conservatives were quick to oppose the new House health care bill this week, which they say includes federal funds for elective abortion and mandates providing information about physician-assisted suicide in some states.
Religious converts are more active in keeping basic commitments of their new faith than non-converts, according to a new analysis by the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion & Public Life.
The co-founder, editor-in-chief and president of Beliefnet announced Wednesday that he will step down from his various posts in the company to head a government media commission.
Top mission leaders attending an invitation-only conference in Tennessee on Tuesday began exchanging ideas and discussing how to complete the Great Commission.
A clerk who was held at gunpoint at a store in Indianapolis began praying and talking to the gunman who later dropped down to one knee and also prayed.
After a decade-long struggle, Congress passed a bill Thursday evening that would make it a federal crime to attack someone based on the person's sexual orientation or gender identity.
The Internet is not only useful for churches in communicating with seekers, but it can also be harnessed to reach people not actively looking for answers, says a Danish scholar.
We've heard of the phrase separation of church and state, but separation of church and sports? That's what a Florida sports columnist is calling for.