Newsboys frontman Michael Tait endorsed Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz, grabbing the attention of the music and political worlds without singing a single note.
There is a key to achieving understanding and racial harmony where there is confusion and discord, says Phillip Holmes, a writer and the co-founder of the Reformed African American Network (RAAN), in a post last week on the website DesiringGod.org.
Amid controversy surrounding a proposal to name an Atlanta highway after him, World Changers megachurch pastor Creflo Dollar visited Georgia's state House of Representatives Thursday to pray for leaders and lawmakers.
A new book by Pastor Joel Osteen aims to help people get into the habit of speaking positively about their lives.
Soon to be a free agent Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford knows that his help doesn't come from those out on the field or in the front office but from one who stands tall within his heart.
Pastors John Piper and Paul David Tripp say the battle to lose weight isn't just physical, it's spiritual.
Creflo Dollar may have a portion of an Atlanta highway named after him, but some Georgia residents and business owners don't believe the megachurch pastor deserves the honor.
The Transforming the Bay with Christ initiative hopes to usher a gospel movement into the San Francisco Bay Area to improve the quality of life for area residents.
Seventy-four percent of large churches offer their future leaders or pastors-in-training an internship or residency, a new national study finds.
In an effort to shed some light on angels, the Rev. Billy Graham offers his thoughts on the supernatural beings that never fail to captivate.
Bishop T.D. Jakes and Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins visited the Dallas County Jail to hear the stories of inmates who want a second chance at life.
Oklahoma Wesleyan University president Dr. Everett Piper says Donald Trump will not be invited to speak at his institution.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson shares his thoughts on how Christians should prepare for the Second Coming of Christ.
A tweet by NewSpring Church Pastor Perry Noble chiding pastors who get involved in making political endorsements is sparking debate among believers.
Harvest Christian Fellowship Senior Pastor Greg Laurie says "those who think the most about the next life do the most in this one."
Alyssa Bethke, wife of inspirational speaker Jeff Bethke, tells believers to give their burdens to Christ, and to wait on Him.
Proclaim 16, the National Religious Broadcasters' four-day convention for professionals in Christian media and the ministry, promises to be a networking opportunity for thousands of Christian communicators worldwide.
Is it OK for pastors and Christian leaders to drink alcohol? For Jamie Morgan, lead pastor of New Jersey-based Life Church, the answer to that question is a resounding "no."
In a hypothetical letter to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Pastor John Piper shares King's concerns about the future of the Church and offers his answer for achieving racial harmony.
A church in Buffalo, New York, is doing its part to ensure the city's residents stay warm this winter by distributing free food and clothing from its dual mobile ministry trucks, Shepard's Closet and Bread of Heaven.
NewSpring Church pastor Perry Noble played Wednesday's Powerball lottery, and for him it was no big deal.
For those searching to find true purpose in life, comedian Steve Harvey offers a bit of advice.
Elevation Church Pastor Steven Furtick reminds believers that, despite their circumstances, they can have victory in the face of adversity.
Some people are always suspicious of others' motives, constantly doubting their intentions or searching for hidden agendas behind compliments or praise. Pastor John Piper calls this the sin of "habitual suspicion."
The Powerball lottery purse sits at a whopping $1.5 billion and many Americans are just imagining what they could do with the winnings: give to the poor, help family members or bless their church. But is it wrong for Christians to play the lottery?