The United States Supreme Court has once again rejected an appeal attempting to strike down California's ban on sexual orientation change efforts therapy for minors.
A congregation based in New York state has launched a coffee house that looks to spread the Gospel and raise money for missions and charities worldwide.
The United Methodist Church's highest court ruled late Friday that the election of a practicing lesbian to the position of bishop was a violation of Church law.
First Baptist Church Atlanta Senior Pastor Charles Stanley will be the keynote speaker for the National Religious Broadcasters' fourth annual "First Amendment Lunch."
The United Methodist Church's highest court has ruled that a regional body violated the denomination's rules when they elected an openly lesbian clergywoman as bishop and she can be removed from her position.
The Rev. Franklin Graham has said that Senate Democrats are "misled" when it comes to their efforts to ban sexual orientation change efforts therapy.
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against a California-based Catholic hospital over the institution refusing to do an elective hysterectomy for a transgender person.
Pope Francis will be making an official visit to the Muslim-majority nation of Egypt following a recent wave of violence against the country's Christian minority.
The annual National Day of Prayer will be observed next week with 40,000 events being held nationwide to pray for the country.
Controversial conservative author and pundit Ann Coulter will not be speaking at University of California at Berkeley as fears over violent protests prompted the event to be canceled.
The United Methodist Church announced that its top legislative body will hold a special session in order to determine what stance the mainline denomination will hold on homosexuality.
University of Michigan Rejects Atheists' Claim That Football Team Meeting Pope Francis Is Unconstitutional
Members of the University of Michigan's football team met Pope Francis at the Vatican on Wednesday, despite complaints from the nation's largest atheist organization saying the student activity was unconstitutional.
The CEO of Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. recently stated that he came to support Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump last year "when I didn't have a better choice."
Several Republican members of Congress signed a letter to President Donald Trump urging him to sign an executive order protecting religious liberty.
Caitlyn Jenner says it was easier to come out as transgender than it was to come out as a Republican.
Liberty University's Center for Digital Wellness is overseeing a campaign to counter the apparent rising trend of addiction to digital technology.
Hundreds of people attended an event held at Pastor Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church to help resolve assorted legal issues, including outstanding warrants.
Pornography is a growing problem, even among pastors, and yet it is not being addressed by many churches. So one church in New York state decided to tackle the dangers of pornography.
A pair of Christian missionary groups have finally finished a project to create a complete Bible translation in the Kurdish language after nearly three decades of work.
Gateway Church recently announced that it will be cutting 10 to 15 percent of its staff following an internal analysis of their ministries.
A transgender student born female who is suing a Virginia school district over not being allowed to use the boys' restrooms was named one of Time magazine's "100 Most Influential People."
The predicted emergence of a "Religious Left" to counter the political agenda of the Republican-dominated White House and Congress is unlikely, according to an expert from a left-leaning polling organization.
Alabama's highest court upheld the suspension of Roy Moore for his refusal to allow state probate judges to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Nearly 150 United Methodist clergy and clergy candidates have signed onto a letter demanding that the Mainline Protestant denomination recognize LGBT ordination.
Conservatives were optimistic that the United States Supreme Court will rule in favor of a Missouri church who was denied access to a state-run secular aid program.