An interfaith group of leaders including the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission President Russell Moore and Family Research Council President Tony Perkins are calling on Congress to pass a bill aimed at protecting child welfare agencies opposed to same-sex couples adopting children.
A New York City-based doctor is on trial for having overseen a botched abortion back in 2016 that led to a woman bleeding to death.
The Boy Scouts of America have announced that they will be re-naming their older youth program to help make sure "all youth are welcome."
Prominent Southern Baptist leaders Russell Moore and Thom Rainer are speaking out against the controversial comments of a former Southern Baptist Convention president who in 2000 appeared to advocate for women to remain with abusive husbands.
Christians and Jews Worship Same God, but Only 1 Religion Can Be Right on Salvation: Robert Jeffress
First Baptist Dallas Pastor Robert Jeffress has said that while he believes Jews and Christians worship the same God, both religions cannot be right about how to be saved.
What was it like to be raised by the twentieth century's most notable evangelist? The Reverend Franklin Graham addresses this in a new book titled Through My Father's Eyes.
A former president of the Southern Baptist Convention and current head of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary is pushing back against claims that he encourages abused wives to stay with their husbands.
This Week in Christian History: Pope Draws Imperial Borders; Methodists Ordain Women; Scopes Arrested
Here are just a few things that happened this week, April 29 to May 5, in Church history. They include the Methodist Church approving female ordination, the arrest of the teacher at the center of the Scopes Monkey Trial, and a papal bull that set the borders for two empires.
Passion City Church Pastor Louie Giglio has said that Christian worship is a "weapon" that, among other things, can help bring Christians who are divided together.
Churches that are "growing young" instead of growing old are the ones that look after parents, according to a Fuller Theological Seminary professor who specializes in family ministry.
Kids Are '1 Caring Adult Away From Being a Success Story,' Fmr. Foster Child Tells Orange Conference
An author and former foster child who specializes in youth issues has stressed the need for adults to be more involved with youth, stating that "every kid is one caring adult away from being a success story."
A Christian counseling organization will offer a free training day to combat the United States' opioid epidemic at a church in Pennsylvania.
Church unity is more important than "theological correctness," according to North Point Community Church Senior Pastor Andy Stanley at a conference with approximately 8,000 attendees.
In this final part, experts explained to CP what they believe needs to happen to tackle the challenge of stopping violence in schools, centered on the spheres of the home, the community, the media, and the church.
The Assemblies of God leadership has unanimously elected the first-ever female general secretary for the denomination's General Council.
The claim that science and religion are incompatible entities is a "myth" and "untrue to history," according to a physicist speaking at an event held at Quinnipiac University.
Pope Francis has appointed three female theologians to its prominent Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which is being lauded as a historic move for the Roman Catholic Church.
Former President George Herbert Walker Bush was hospitalized Sunday due to a blood infection, though according to a spokesperson he is responding well to treatment.
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Here are just a few things that happened this week, April 22-28, in Church history. They include the birth of Oliver Cromwell, the Billboard debut of the hit song "Oh Happy Day," and the creation of The United Methodist Church.
"I should be writing my college essay, not my will." This message was seen on a protest sign held by a student showcasing their frustration with the problem of school violence.
Focus on the Family is defending its decision to have the Internal Revenue Service officially reclassify the Christian nonprofit as a "church," denouncing the efforts of some to ascribe "sinister" intentions to the change.
Presbyterian Church (USA) may soon remove the term "racial-ethnic" from offices and documents, replacing when possible with the term "people of color."
Pope Francis is taking the first steps to transfer Alfie Evans to a hospital in Rome to prevent the 23-month-old from having his life support turned off.
A three-judge panel of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against an Ohio law passed in 2016 that defunded Planned Parenthood.