A British teen who refused on moral grounds to receive a vaccine that protects against a sexually transmitted virus can now apply for U.S. citizenship without the injection, her lawyer said Monday.
A handsome man with a dark secret, a vulnerable heroine and a love story make Thirsty, at first glance, your typical vampire novel. But then God shows up.
If the Chinese church committed itself completely to mission it would be a great new force that could complete the Great Commission, a mission expert stated.
After nine months in prison, the two young female converts who have gained international attention were freed Wednesday afternoon in Iran, sources inside the country reported.
Unlike in the United States, there is little controversy among evangelicals around the world on whether climate change is real, said an evangelical representative at a press briefing on Capitol Hill.
The two Iranian female converts that rights groups have been campaigning for were not freed Monday as expected.
After much anticipation, the makers of runaway hits "Fireproof" and "Facing the Giants" announced Sunday night that their next film project will be about the need for godly fathers.
More than 100 organizations, including Muslim and secularist ones, have signed a petition against the proposed U.N. resolutions on the "defamation of religions," which they contend will do more harm than good for religious freedom.
Millions of Christians around the world will pray for their persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ Sunday in observance of the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church.
A ministry that supports persecuted Christians launched a campaign Thursday to press Iran to release two young female converts who have been detained for eight months in one of the most notorious prisons in the country.
Former Baptist pastor and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said his latest book is neither "churchy" nor political, but simply about relationships as told through Christmas memories.
Groups for and against immigration reform continue to butt heads over the recent stance taken by the National Association of Evangelicals, which last month expressed their support for reform that includes more compassionate treatment of undocumented immigrants.
The Purpose Driven Connection magazine will no longer be published by The Reader's Digest Association as of 2010, announced Rick Warren's media representative Wednesday.
Galen Carey, the new director of government affairs at the National Association of Evangelicals, spoke about the impact that growing up as a missionary kid in a poor country had on his career choice and on the issues he cares about.
The nation's largest faith-based association of physicians strongly criticized the new 2,000-page House health care bill as an "overdose" in reform that injects massive government intervention in the system.
A Christian ministry launched an ambitious initiative this week to cut homelessness on Los Angeles' infamous Skid Row by 90 percent within three years, and completely end homelessness in the nation's second largest city within 10 years.
Christian conservative groups will be keeping a close watch over how new hate crimes legislation will be enforced after President Obama signed it into law Wednesday.
Evangelist Luis Palau drew more than 55,000 people this past weekend during his two-day CityFest that capped off a massive Christian community service campaign.
Instead of helping poor people with charity that will eventually run out, it is more effective to lift people out of poverty through microfinance, says a Christian poverty expert.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton voiced strong opposition Monday to proposed U.N. resolutions on "defamation of religions," saying that such policies would restrict free speech.
More than 200 American Christians attended a conference in Indianapolis this past weekend to learn how to reach out to Muslims in North America.
President Obama may get a shot at ushering in a new era of bipartisanship in Washington as he had promised with the largest evangelical body in the country having recently stated its support for immigration reform, including a pathway for 12 million illegal U.S. immigrants to become citizens.
The so-called "defamation of religions" U.N. resolutions, proposed by the Organization of the Islamic Conference, would create a "global blasphemy law," the chair of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom warned on Wednesday.
The head of an organization that supports persecuted Christians blasted the World Council of Churches for claiming that the Church in North Korea has freedom.
Leaders of the National Association of Evangelicals have issued several clarifications on the group's stance on immigration reform in the days since it released its resolution on the issue.