A group of young Christian women have decided to take on "No Makeup November," a nationwide campaign dubbed as a call to arms in order to embrace their natural beauty by abstaining from wearing makeup for the entire month.
Earlier this month, evangelical leaders from Latin America, Brazil and Spain gathered in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, to institutionalize La Alianza Evangelica Latina, a conglomerate initiative aimed to benefit the nations involved by addressing issues of concern within their societies.
Denial and amnesia are currently taking over the context of civil rights in this nation, according to Martin Luther King Jr.'s daughter, Bernice King, who spoke to Latino leaders at the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) Justice Summit to urge them to continue their fight against social injustices in their communities.
A new documentary that reveals legendary Christian author C.S. Lewis' personal journey to find "evidence of intelligent design in nature despite natural evil" was released today in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Lewis' death.
NHCLC Speakers Urge Church Leaders to Address Human Trafficking Within Their Congregations During Justice Summit
Human sex trafficking is oftentimes viewed as a taboo topic within the church, however last night during the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) Justice Summit, the topic was openly discussed in front of Hispanic church leaders who were urged to recognize the issue and take action against it.
A cancer-stricken teenager in frail health made an effort to see "Duck Dynasty" cast members via ambulance last Friday for a family event held in Fairhope, Ala., where Alan Robertson laid hands and prayed over her.
Mississippi Missionary Couple Survives Typhoon Haiyan; Compares Philippines Storm to Hurricane Katrina
A Mississippi couple who operates a music ministry in the Philippines said Typhoon Haiyan reminded them of reliving Hurricane Katrina after surviving the deadly superstorm that swept through the island nation last week, claiming the lives of over 3,000 residents.
26,000 Christians Expected to Gather in Egypt for Evangelical Event Amid Risk of Violent Persecution
An evangelistic event, "Count it Right," began last night in Egypt where thousands of Christians are expected to attend over the course of three-days despite the very real possibility of facing persecution.
Christian Charity Rejects Atheists' Offer to Deliver Thanksgiving Meals; Group Deemed 'Unfit' to Help Share Gospel Message
A Kansas City-based atheist group that wanted to volunteer for a community Thanksgiving outreach event was turned away by the hosting Christian organization that they have worked with for the past two years because they are "unfit" to help spread the Gospel message, according to an event organizer.
Students at Rutgers University are rallying support to hire back a campus bus driver who was fired recently for praying and laying hands over a disabled student while others are speaking out against the school via social media sites in disappointment over his termination.
Pastor Rick Warren urged church leaders to guide their members through their spiritual walk in order to produce strong-standing Christians, and for leaders to recognize the importance of discipleship, during a webcast that concluded "The Nines" conference on Wednesday afternoon.
The Potter's House of Dallas' Social Media Specialist Explains How Churches Can Thrive on Facebook, Twitter
Jason Caston, an internet church developer at T.D. Jakes' The Potter's House of Dallas, spoke on the importance of ministries using social media platforms and the ability that it gives churches to reach the masses when used to its maximum potential, during day two of 'The Nines' virtual conference on Wednesday.
A man born in Illinois who was abducted and taken to Mexico 35 years ago is currently waiting to reunite with his mother for the first time after he crossed paths with a California pastor who learned about his story shortly after entering back into the country illegally.
Nines Conference: Dan Kimball, Craig Groeschel, Mark Batterson Tackle Youth Ministry, Multisite Church, and Missions Giving in 5 Minutes
The two-day "Nines Conference," a webcast-only event featuring dozens of Christian leaders throughout the country discussing topics relevant to churches and ministries during back-to-back messages of about five minutes each, kicked-off on Tuesday.
Elevation Church financial leaders revealed their expansion plans to their congregation on Sunday, saying that they plan to build two additional campuses in Charlotte's most affluent neighborhoods within the next two years.
Southland Christian Church in Lexington, Ky., held an event for the mentally and physically disabled community dubbed "Jesus Prom" over the past weekend that featured a night of celebration and compassion dedicated to those in attendance.
Ecuadorian Judge Cites Biblical Scriptures in Ruling Against Transsexual Man Seeking to Change Gender Preference
An Ecuadorian man who identifies himself as a woman named Diane Rodriguez plans to initiate legal action against a judge who quoted Biblical scriptures as the basis for his decision in not allowing Rodriguez to change his gender preference on his government issued identification card.
A Tennessee-based couple threw away every single electronic device that each of their three children owned in an effort to teach them the value of face-to-face human relationships, which they are now advising families to consider doing for the sake of raising children who embrace physical social interaction versus technology driven relationships.
Sunday Assembly, a godless church, founded by two British comedians that meet to hear "great talks, sing songs and celebrate life" throughout 30 cities around the world, launched a new congregation in Nashville, Tenn., last night as part of their effort to expand as a non-religious "megachurch."
Christian Filipinos Lean on Prayer Amid Most Destructive Super Typhoon Storm Ever to Hit Philippines
The Pacific super typhoon storm known as Haiyan continues to sweep through the Philippines as of Friday morning with wind gusts measuring over 200 miles per hour that have claimed the lives of at least four people. Evangelical Christians across the island nation raised up prayer amid what is considered to be the strongest storm ever recorded.
Student Body President at Northwest Christian University Denounces Christian Faith, Declares Himself Atheist
The president of the student body at Northwest Christian University publicly announced that he has been a longtime atheist despite his enrollment at the Oregon-based college and is now urging Christians to practice what they preach by becoming accepting of those who do not fit their same "pattern."
Pastor Cesar Peixoto of Iglesia Cristo La Verdad Que Liberta in Sao Roque, Brazil, is known for promising "divine liposuction" to his church members seeking a quick weight loss option, and now, after much criticism and reproach from the Brazilian evangelical community, Peixoto is denouncing allegations that he is a "charlatan."
A Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Christian pastor and school bus driver was terminated last week after he violated two warnings issued by the school district and the subcontractor company that he worked for in which he was asked to refrain from leading students in prayer.
An Oklahoma-based Pentecostal congregation had their church built for them over the weekend after the "Church in a Day" (CIAD) program gathered over 300 volunteers to help build a worship site that was ready for use by Sunday morning.
In honor of evangelist Billy Graham's 95thbirthday celebration on Thursday, the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, North Carolina will give visitors a chance to join in on the celebration by signing a banner that will later be presented to Graham, while each guest will receive a copy of God's Ambassador, a book that celebrates his life and ministry.