There is hope in Africa – a continent ravaged by conflicts, poverty and HIV/AIDS – because God is at work in this land, said African Christian leaders Friday at the Lausanne conference.
Hundreds of imams and mullahs from West Africa have been coming to Christ in the past decade and in turn sharing the Gospel with their peers, said a former Muslim who witnesses to Muslim scholars and clerics.
More than 25 percent of the ethnic groups (unreached people groups) in the world, or about two billion people, are not represented at the Lausanne Conference.
New York pastor Tim Keller awed the crowd Wednesday evening with his well thought-out argument on why churches around the world need to move into cities.
The Middle East, which has become almost synonymous with violence and Islam, is experiencing an unprecedented level of Muslims becoming followers of Jesus Christ, said Sam Yeghnazar, founder of Iran-focused Elam Ministries.
In an emotional evening, participants of the Lausanne Congress heard the song that the travel-blocked Chinese had planned to sing at the conference and the Scripture verses that they picked out for their situation.
To lively African drumbeats and against the lighted backdrop of the trademark African red sunrise, over 4,000 Christian leaders from over 190 nations gathered at the Cape Town International Convention Center to open the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization Sunday.
Prominent Christian thinkers, including Chuck Colson and Josh McDowell, will be among the more than a dozen speakers at the 2010 National Conference on Christian Apologetics.
Famed atheist Christopher Hitchens and his lesser known atheist-turned-Christian brother Peter Hitchens debated Tuesday over whether a civilization can survive without God.
As a product of separatist Christianity, young evangelical leader Gabe Lyons says he is excited about the death of the current American Christianity and the rise of the "Next Christians" that will replace it.
Young evangelical leader Gabe Lyons believes that the death of Christian America is a good thing because it makes way for a new generation of believers, which he calls the Next Christians.
Chan took the stage at the Catalyst conference last week to "brag" about his relationship with God and to counter critics who say his recent ministry decision is "weird."
The 33 trapped Chilean miners will be extracted as early as Wednesday, officials said. The miners are reported to be in "very good" health and in good spirit despite being trapped 2,300 feet below the Earth's surface since Aug. 5.
Flannel shirts, jeans, and a free-spirited attitude dominated the Gwinnett Civic Center campus Thursday as 13,000 next generation Christian leaders gathered for the main opening day of the Catalyst conference.
There should be tension, risk and discomfort while doing ministry work, said Pastor Mark Batterson Wednesday evening. Too often Christian leaders make the assumption that ministry should be safe.
From hitting the night club at 3 a.m. to soliciting money for charity to entering a drug-filled apartment to give hope to an addict, these new faces of American Christianity are boldly redefining what the followers of Jesus Christ look like in the next generation.
A former Muslim who is now a pastor is telling Christians to stop fearing Muslims and to discern what they really should be fighting against.
Many Christians are ineffective because they do not know how to fight the battle of the mind, said popular megachurch pastor Rick Warren at the 2010 Desiring God conference.
The world's largest Christian men's ministry embraced women and united with Jews at a Dallas megachurch event partly focused on reconciling Christians and Jews.
If you live in America, you've more than likely heard of "Jon & Kate Plus 8." Less likely is the chance that you've heard of "Jim & P.J. Plus 8."
Rick Warren will speak at the Desiring God national conference – connected to Pastor John Piper – Friday amid some criticism of his theology.
There is a crisis in the church planting community. Many pastors have a horrible marriage and families are falling apart, said Mark Driscoll of Seattle megachurch Mars Hill on Thursday.
The new film "Like Dandelion Dust" may be based on a book by an evangelical author, but you won't find in it an overtly Christian message or the typical struggle between good and bad.
Human rights and religious freedom groups commended President Barack Obama for signing an executive order Wednesday imposing sanctions on eight top Iranian officials responsible for serious human rights violations.
Instead of focusing on whether to be a seeker-friendly or a social justice church, pastors should focus on building a Christian community like in Acts 2, said church planter Darrin Patrick.