The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference announced Wednesday a merger with the Evangelical Alliance of Latin America, making the newly formed Latino Christian organization the largest in the world.
Carlos Campo, the former president of Regent University, will step into an expanded role within the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference to oversee the organization's entire education initiatives.
A protest led by immigration-reform activists ended in 12 arrests Monday as undocumented immigrants gathered in front of the White House to protest the nearly two million people who have been deported under President Barack Obama's administration.
South Carolina Megachurch Pastor Perry Noble to Address Depression, Mental Illness in 'Overwhelmed' Sermon Series
South Carolina megachurch pastor Perry Noble believes his upcoming set of sermons titled "Overwhelmed" will be his best series since he knows firsthand the struggle of dealing with anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts.
Although reaching lost souls is the main job of the church, a compassionate evangelism that includes clothing and feeding the poor, and programs for homeless and abused women is needed on a grander scale in the Latino church today, says Rev. Tony Suárez, national vice president of Chapters for the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference.
Global Media Outreach, a web-based evangelical ministry, has presented the Gospel to one billion individuals through their network of websites, officials announced this week.
A California couple claim that they own and operate a medical marijuana dispensary in order to help the sick and spread the Gospel at the same time.
Pastor Craig Gross of XXXchurch advises Christians to look beyond the "black and white rhetoric" about homosexuality and focus on the people most affected by the church's stance on surrounding issues instead.
A Christian ministry center will open later this week at Yale University where students will be able to host faith-focused activities including leadership training and prayer groups.
Christians celebrate Easter to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, but can believers also embrace fluffy bunnies and decorated eggs also associated with the holiday without taking away from the Gospel message?
Pastor Shane Idleman of Westside Christian Fellowship Church, advises Christians to celebrate the power of the cross this Easter instead of focusing on the pagan aspects of the holiday.
Former Lesbian Turned Christian to Advise Hispanic Pastors on LGBT Issues at First Una Voz (One Voice) Conference
Janet Boynes, a former lesbian turned Christian author and public speaker is set to address a crowd of Hispanic evangelical pastors at the Una Voz (One Voice) convention in San Diego later this month where she will discuss the church's response to LGBT issues.
Samuel Rodriguez Hopes to Meld Visions of Billy Graham, Martin Luther King Jr. at First 'Una Voz' (One Voice) Con
A group of renowned Christian leaders led by National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference President Rev. Samuel Rodriguez plan to meet at the first 'Una Voz' (One Voice) conference in San Diego later this month to address issues most important to the Latino evangelical community.
About 800 to 1,000 Southern Baptist congregations cease to exist annually, largely due to a stagnant vision among the leadership and lack of impact within their communities, says a church planting director. However, church leaders say the closures are often the symptom of a greater problem.
Churches Fall Short on Developing Evangelical Culture Within Congregations, Says Pastor Dave Bruskas
The church needs to focus on creating a gospel-centered evangelistic culture rather than just claiming to be evangelical, says Dave Bruskas, teaching pastor and executive elder at Mars Hill Church.
In her new book, "Love Idol," former journalist Jennifer Dukes Lee shares how she transitioned from seeking approval from other people to realizing that God's love is all the validation she needs.
International relief organization Samaritan's Purse is responding to an Ebola outbreak in Liberia by providing emergency medical supplies and conducting awareness campaigns.
Latino Evangelical Leaders Disappointed With 'Absolutely Unnecessary' NYC Ban on Worship Services in Public Schools
Hispanic evangelical leaders are speaking out after a federal appeals court ruled that New York City has a constitutional right to bar religious groups from using public schools for worship services after hours.
Catalyst West conference, an annual event that draws thousands of young Christian leaders, kicked off Wednesday for a three-day leadership gathering aimed to cultivate people as catalysts for change.
A North Carolina pastor is rallying support from his church and community to grant a boy's top 10 wishes after being diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer a few weeks ago.
A Wisconsin church plans to create an unforgettable night for special needs students by hosting individuals with Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and Autism as honored guests at a prom next month.
A group from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee will walk along the Arizona-Mexico border Tuesday to remember the deaths of migrants in the U.S. desert and to pray for immigration reform.
The Richmond Outreach Center announced that a youth pastor from Atlanta will lead the Virginia megachurch after nearly a year-long, nationwide search.
Kay Warren, wife of Pastor Rick Warren, was so overwhelmed by the thousands of supportive responses to her Facebook post under the headline, "Don't Tell Grievers to 'Move On," that she took nearly two weeks before responding.
World Vision's short-term approval to hire employees in same-sex marriages briefly put them at odds with biblical truths, says James Robison, founder and president of LIFE Outreach International.