People from various religious groups around the world prayed for peace Monday on the United Nations International Day of Peace.
A new movement called "I Am Second" is ministering to people struggling with destructive lifestyles by teaching them about the purpose and focus of their life.
The ONE Sabbath campaign launched Wednesday to mobilize people of faith in the United States to speak out and take action on the issues of extreme poverty and preventable diseases.
The Christian Medical Association sent a letter to President Obama Tuesday notifying him that over 10,000 health care professionals and individuals have signed a petition calling for changes to be made to current health care bills in Congress.
First-ever polls comparing conservative and progressive activists are revealing to what degree these groups diverge when it comes to issue priorities, issue positions, and beliefs about scripture.
Time is running out for a British teen seeking U.S. citizenship after she refused to be injected with a vaccine that protects against a sexually transmitted virus linked to cervical cancer.
Tens of thousands of people of faith will flood the offices of members of Congress with calls urging them to support health care reform next week.
In every state in America, Christians will gather at county courthouses on Friday – the eighth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks – to pray for their community and for the spiritual condition of the nation.
A Christian legal organization has received a $9.2 million grant to defend religious speech and expression at universities and colleges, the group announced this week.
More than 1,200 African Christian leaders have gathered in Kampala, Uganda, for a church planting summit that aims to help attendees reach the collective goal of planting more than 200,000 churches over the next decade.
An Arizona pastor who delivered the "Why I Hate Barack Obama" sermon was confronted by about 100 protesters Sunday outside his church near Phoenix.
Teaching the importance of Christianity in U.S. history is common sense, asserted several evangelical leaders in defending a new Texas law that requires public schools to incorporate Bible literacy into the curriculum.
A Catholic bishop has urged the public to remember not only the working this Labor Day, but also the unemployed.
A police investigation report does not support a runaway teen convert's claim that her life would be in danger if she was returned to her Ohio home, said her mother's attorney in a court hearing Thursday.
One of the nation's largest Pentecostal denominations, the Assemblies of God, recently joined America's largest Hispanic Christian organization, the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference.
An attorney representing a runaway teen girl who converted to Christianity from Islam filed court documents Monday claiming that the parents' mosque has ties to terrorists.
A man with a photographic memory has memorized most of the Bible and uses his gift to preach as a traveling evangelist.
Religious communities across the country are uniting in service projects this week to honor one of President Obama's faith-based initiatives.
While worshipping in house churches is common in many countries, it appears that only a small number of Americans participate in this form of local church in the strictest sense.
Despite the efforts of President Obama, the White House and Democratic leaders to change opinions, many pro-life groups are convinced that the health care bill does allow federal funds to cover abortion procedures.
Three Lutheran pastors recently completed a 13,000-mile U.S. tour to raise awareness and donations to fight world hunger.
The 17-year-old girl who ran away from her Muslim family last month can stay in Florida with a Christian foster family until her next court date, a judge decided Friday.
A bill that could force religious groups to hire gay employees will be debated in Congress when lawmakers return from their summer recess.
As Muslims around the world prepare for Ramadan, Islam's holiest month, some Christians are planning to join them in prayer, but with a different purpose.
Geoff Hammond, the former head of the Southern Baptist Convention's mission agency, issued his first response since his dramatic resignation last week.