The Muslim population in the United States is projected to more than double by 2030, according to a new Pew Forum report.
Christians can understand more deeply why they should help the poor when they see themselves spiritually in those that lack materially, said Pastor Tim Keller in a new video interview.
While President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao enjoyed a state dinner inside the White House Wednesday evening, human rights activists for North Korean refugees in China bore the cold to hold a candlelight vigil a block away.
The so-called "believers' gene" may help spread religion as a Cambridge professor recently speculated, said two pastors.
One of the fastest growing cancer care organizations in Southern California happens to be a ministry of a megachurch known for serving the community.
A persecution watchdog released on Thursday a congressional scorecard to let Americans know where their representatives stand on the critical issue of religious freedom.
Renowned apologist Josh McDowell and co-author Dave Sterrett understand that students are bombarded with arguments challenging the authenticity of the Bible, Jesus as the son of God, and the resurrection, but often they do not know where to turn for answers.
Millennials, those born between 1980 and 2000, are not anti-Christian or anti-religion, but they are, in general, just not interested in religion, says a new book based on a survey of members of this generation.
It is one year later, but most of the 1.5 million people displaced by the devastating 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Haiti are still living in tents in squalid conditions. But for a fortunate few, a new home funded or partially built by American churches will arrive this year.
Soong Chan Rah, a former pastor of a multiethnic, urban church, released a new book, entitled Many Colors: Cultural Intelligence for a Changing Church.
A pastor-turned-professor exposes the problem of segregation in U.S. churches, pointing out that only seven to eight percent of American congregations are integrated.
John Piper returned to the pulpit Sunday after an eight month leave to reexamine his soul and work on his family life.
Drew Dyck, editorial manager of the ministry team at Christianity Today International, spoke with The Christian Post this week about his recent book, Generation Ex-Christian. Dyck shared about the behind-the-scenes work required to write the book and which category of ex-Christian he thinks is the hardest to bring back to the faith.
More than 800 churches, including some of the nation's largest congregations, have signed up to participate in a 21-day prayer and fasting initiative that begins Monday.
Coptic Christians in Egypt observed a somber Christmas Eve Thursday as the memory of the grisly New Year's Eve church bombing that killed 21 people was still fresh on everyone's mind.
The new year has just begun but Pastor John Hagee, arguably the most vocal and controversial Christian Zionist in the nation, has already proclaimed that it is not God's plan to divide Israel, implicitly calling into question the two-state solution that would create a Palestinian state.
Research and surveys show that many atheists, agnostics, and spiritual-seekers who lack religious affiliation are former Christians. But there was no research-based book that explained in depth why people were leaving, until Generation Ex-Christian.
The 22,000 students that attended the Passion 2011 conference were the most generous in the history of the event.
The four-day Passion conference ended Tuesday with a final call for students to make the name of Jesus famous.
Iraq jumped nine spots higher on this year's World Watch List that ranks countries based on persecution of Christians.
Preacher and prolific writer John Piper asked a profound question Monday evening: Do you feel more loved by God because He makes much of you or because He enables you to make much of Him?
Attendees of the Passion conference on Sunday heard about a family that survived the Haiti earthquake that destroyed their home and killed two family members. What the crowd did not expect was to see them walk out on stage.
Bestselling author and pastor Francis Chan shared details of his time in Asia on Sunday to 22,000 students at the Passion conference.
Popular speaker and author Beth Moore said she wished someone had told her when she was younger about the importance of controlling one's mind.
People want to be here. That's the sense you get when you come to the Passion 2011 conference that opened Saturday, New Year's Day, with 22,000 students.