President Obama hosted an Easter prayer breakfast Tuesday morning that was attended by prominent Christian leaders from across the nation.
The president made it clear that his family will be celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday, but made an effort to extend a Passover greeting to Jewish families and to address Hindus, Muslims and people of no faiths in his holiday message.
Prominent Chinese human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng was confirmed alive Sunday after more than a year without reliable information on his whereabouts.
They were kidnapped and imprisoned by the Taliban for 105 days. But what the Taliban could not do was break their faith in God nor destroy their hope.
Hispanic evangelical leaders for the first time are pushing for action on climate change. They plan to meet elected officials in Washington and work together to educate Hispanic churches on creation care
The first large-scale evangelistic festival since the massive earthquake devastated Haiti earlier this year will be held Friday amid the rubbles of Port-au-Prince.
Leading up to the highly-anticipated world evangelization conference in Cape Town, mission-minded Christians and leaders from around the world are discussing questions such as how should Christians respond to the prosperity gospel and are all religions true.
While Congress is ahead of the public on overhauling the health care system, the public is ahead of lawmakers on immigration reform, said a megachurch pastor Tuesday.
Christian organizations are widely thought to be slow in adopting new technology and innovations. But there are a number today that are breaking the stereotype and catching on more quickly to what the secular marketplace has embraced.
Mosab Hassan Yousef, the author of the book Son of Hamas, held a teleconference with Christian journalists Thursday. The following is a transcript of Yousef's March 18 news conference.
American evangelist Luis Palau recently met with more than 500 pastors in communist Vietnam. Palau attended a two-day pastors conference March 16-17
American flags were everywhere – flying in the air, worn as bandanas, held by children – as more than 200,000 people thronged the National Mall in Washington, D.C., Sunday to rally for comprehensive immigration reform.
Revival is not about a large crowd but it is about broken people who want to get right with God, said the Baptist pastor whose church made the hit films "Facing the Giants" and "Fireproof."
The 2009 feel-good, sports drama "The Blind Side" took Hollywood by surprise.
Contrary to what some mission leaders think, J.D. Greear does not accept the equal comparison between Jews who come to accept Jesus as their savior and Muslims who become Christian. Messianic Jews are sometimes called completed Jews, but it would be incorrect to apply the term to Muslims.
There aren't many who can do what Don Teague did. A few years ago, the former Baghdad correspondent for NBC and devout Christian brought over to the United States a young Iraqi Muslim he had known for only a month.
We have different opinions, admitted the White House faith-based advisers on Tuesday when they presented their recommendations, but we were able to find "meaningful common ground."
American evangelist Luis Palau will preach to an overflow crowd of up to 20,000 people at a megachurch in mainland China this month.
Every day, Pfc. Jason receives a one-minute phone call from a stranger in a soothing voice that tells him about the peace and hope found in God.
Christian families in Iraq are fleeing the northern town of Mosul in droves after a string of unprovoked murders left at least 10 believers dead, a ministry working with persecuted churches reported.
A megachurch pastor who understands Islamic theology said the majority of Christians would agree for the most part with the five core beliefs of Islam.
He's a fan of Stephen Baldwin, but not of him as the big-name Hollywood actor. This fan appreciates Stephen Baldwin as the evangelist, who gave up fame and fortune and suffered bankruptcy to testify about Christ.
Controversy has been brewing among a group of Southern Baptists after a former Muslim-turned-seminary president criticized a Muslim outreach strategy, called the Camel, as being "deceptive."
The U.S. government needs to enhance the religious literacy of its foreign service officers and diplomats so that they can better address foreign policy challenges, a report advised.
A Haiti judge is expected to free the last two American volunteers suspected of child kidnapping. Judge Bernard Saint-Vil said he would make his decision this week.