Nearly 20 years after her controversial exit from the lineup of Bishop T.D. Jakes' popular "Woman Thou Art Loosed" annual conference, televangelist Juanita Bynum is set to return to the stage of the event that made her a household name this fall.
A North Carolina teenager with a 4.0 GPA who applied with faith and perseverance to 115 colleges and universities was accepted to all of them except two, earning more than $4.5 million in merit-based scholarships.
While President Donald Trump's licentious past has been the subject of multiple reports lately, Vice President Mike Pence revealed on the National Day of Prayer Thursday that the New York City billionaire is quite principled when it comes to praying for direction about the nation's business.
House Speaker Paul Ryan agreed to reinstate the Rev. Patrick J. Conroy as House chaplain Thursday after the priest defiantly withdrew his forced resignation in a letter alleging anti-Catholic bias by Ryan's chief of staff and daring Ryan to fire him instead.
More than 24 hours since his boat capsized in the Gulf of Mexico near the mouth of the Mississippi River Wednesday morning, Rev. Donald Tabb, the 85-year-old founding pastor of The Chapel on Campus, is still missing and feared dead.
The Illinois Senate approved a bill Wednesday requiring all public schools in the state to teach about the contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in history.
President Donald Trump confirmed Thursday morning that he paid a porn star to keep quiet about an alleged affair just weeks before the 2016 election, while also claiming the affair never happened.
Church of the Highlands Announces New Campus to Help Fight Crime in One of America's Most Violent Cities
Chris Hodges, founder and leader of Church of the Highlands, Alabama's largest church, announced Sunday that he has teamed up with leaders in the city of Birmingham to help fight crime in one of the city's most violent neighborhoods through a new innovative church plant to be launched this fall.
Popular internet preacher Greg Locke declared Monday that he will not step down from the helm of his Tennessee church despite repeated calls from critics to do so.
Frank Pomeroy, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in Texas where 26 people including his daughter Annabelle were massacred by a crazed gunman last November is expected to join President Donald Trump at the White House along with other members of his family to for the National Day of Prayer on Thursday.
Seven months after revealing that he hoped to remain in his position for at least five more years, Mac Brunson, senior pastor of the 10,000-member First Baptist Church of Jacksonville in Florida, abruptly resigned on Sunday as church officials assured members his premature exit wasn't prompted by any scandal.
Citing controversial extrajudicial killings and sexual assaults by police officers, a small group of California churches have made a drastic pledge to stop calling the police for help and utilize a more community-based crime fighting efforts.
DeEbony Groves, the 21-year-old Christian Belmont University student who was shot dead along with three others in a mass shooting at a Waffle House in Antioch, Tennessee, sang "Jesus Loves Me" inside the restaurant shortly before she took her final breath.
Citing the event's "high identification" with Willow Creek Community Church founder Bill Hybels, who has been accused by several women of sexual misconduct, an Illinois megachurch pastor announced that his church will no longer serve as a host site for Willow Creek Association's annual Global Leadership Summit set for this summer.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un declared an official end to the Korean War and agreed to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula in a historic summit meeting at the Joint Security Area of Panmunjom inside the heavily-fortified Demilitarized Zone that divides the two nations on Friday.
Oakwood University Church in Huntsville, Alabama, is set to honor community hero James Shaw Jr. on Saturday for taking down a gunman who killed four people and injured three others at a Waffle House restaurant in Antioch, Tennessee.
Bishop Darryl Coleman, the beloved pastor of Shake Up Evangelistic Ministries in Miami, where it was once claimed that a woman was "raised from the dead," perished after a fiery crash earlier this month shortly after ministering at a church in the Bahamas. He was 51.
Although some 80 percent of Americans say they believe in God, only a slim majority of the nation's approximately 327 million people believe in God as described in the Bible, according to results of a new study released by the Pew Research Center. And among those younger than 50, belief in the God of the Bible drops lower than 50 percent.
A 61-year-old Christian man was shot twice in the stomach and left paralyzed shortly after he arrived home from church at his West Forest Park, Baltimore, home Monday.
Gary "Tripp" Bradley III, the grandson of a retired pastor who served for 30 years as senior pastor of Mayfair Church of Christ in Huntsville, Alabama, was arrested Friday and charged with theft of property from the church after confessing to the congregation that he had been taking money from the offering plate.
An Atlanta pastor who announced on social media that he plans to make performances by aerialists a regular part of his church's worship service has raised concern among some critics who believe the gymnasts might be too distracting for the public.
Travis Reinking, the Illinois man who shot four people dead and injured three others at a Waffle House restaurant in Antioch, Tennessee, early Sunday morning, was arrested by authorities Monday as nearly $100,000 in donations poured in for the families of his victims.
Willow Creek Elders Admit Failure in Holding Bill Hybels 'Accountable,' Will Examine New Allegations
The elder board of the storied Willow Creek Community Church in suburban Chicago asked for grace this past weekend as they admitted to failing to hold the church's founder, Bill Hybels, "accountable to specific boundaries" as more women alleged he behaved improperly around them.
Texas' 12th Court of Appeals, ruled Wednesday that a 2015 state law that criminalized the practice of posting intimate photos and videos from a previous or current relationship popularly known "revenge porn," is unconstitutional.
The Metro Nashville Police Department said early Monday that 29-year-old Travis Reinking of Morton, Illinois, who is suspected of killing four people inside a Tennessee Waffle House Sunday, is still at large and they have had no "credible sightings" of him.