Some 5,000 people joined a "prayer walk" outside of what is reportedly the most active abortion clinic in North Carolina on Saturday.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Dec. 3-9, in Church history.
White evangelical support for the campaign and presidency of Donald Trump has hindered their racial reconciliation efforts, according to influential evangelical John Piper.
A pro-life student group is suing a university for denying them permission to show an anti-abortion display without also posting "trigger warning" signs around campus urging students not to view the material.
Some conservative intellectuals are speaking out against the Republican tax bill, arguing that the proposed legislation does not help out the very working class voters who elected Donald Trump.
A New Hampshire city's Ten Commandments monument will be the site of two flag raisings, each meant to represent the religious diversity of the community.
Las Vegas, Nevada, has been officially designated the most sinful city in the United States, according to statistics on vices such as anger, lust and greed, as compiled by the website WalletHub.
The Benham Brothers have expressed their support for controversial Republican candidate Roy Moore, arguing that people were too quick to side with his accusers.
A Catholic diocese in Massachusetts is fighting an effort to grant an official historic designation to a closed down church property.
A youth pastor for a Virginia church who was recently charged with a triple homicide had previously been convicted of a misdemeanor assault in 2012.
Liberty University has announced that pro-choice conservative Tomi Lahren will be among the list of notable people giving a convocation speech next month at the prominent evangelical school.
The United Methodist Church is sponsoring a tour centered on advancing the real meaning of Christmas that will stretch across 16 states and have stops in 21 cities.
A New Jersey-based megachurch is planning to pack one million meals for those in Puerto Rico still affected by the ravages of Hurricane Maria.
An evangelical megachurch will be opening up a new campus in the state of Minnesota next month, increasing their number of sites to four.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Nov. 26 - Dec. 2, in Church history.
Thanksgiving is one of the most important holidays in the United States. Tens of millions of Americans travel to be with family, to feast, and to be thankful.
The Little Sisters of the Poor are returning to court to stop the attorneys general of California and Pennsylvania from overturning a recently acquired exemption to the Health and Human Services Department's new birth control mandate exemption.
An Ohio congregation is planning to serve approximately 2,400 meals this Thanksgiving for those in need, exceeding the number of dinners from past years.
A federal judge has struck down a New Jersey city's ordinance that barred pro-life activists from being closer than eight feet from the entrance of abortion clinics.
A Texas county's sheriff hosted a security summit at a megachurch to educate churchgoers following the recent mass shooting at a rural church.
Controversial Alabama Judge and U.S. Senate hopeful Roy Moore has been weathering allegations that he had multiple affairs with underage girls decades ago.
The South Carolina Supreme Court has denied a motion by a breakaway diocese to reconsider a decision granting ownership of nearly all of their properties to The Episcopal Church.
Christianity is a faith with a long and detailed history, with numerous events of lasting significance occurring throughout the ages.
A Christian business executive believes workers should not place their faith life and employment in separate "silos," but rather should think of them as "one circle."
Pro-life activists are expected to appeal a Pennsylvania court's ruling that upheld a city's ordinance that imposes a buffer zone of 15 feet outside abortion clinics.