A police sergeant, a sheriff's deputy and a school teacher are among 60 who have been arrested for internet related sex crimes that were uncovered during a months long investigation across southeast Texas.
Three former members of the evangelical Wheaton College football team in Illinois have pleaded guilty to hazing charges related to an incident where another member of the team was abducted from his dorm room and left half-naked in the middle of a nearby baseball field.
Some Northern Virginia residents are fighting against the proposed construction of a 22,000 square-foot Coptic church, claiming that the church will set a troubling "precedent" for their area and that it's "incompatible" with the community.
Hundreds of people in Scotland accepted an invitation to accept Christ at a revival event hosted by Billy Graham's grandson, Will Graham, last weekend.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has indicated that the U.S. government is weighing the idea of testing DNA to prove parentage of children and parents detained at the southern border, a prominent evangelical leader with close ties to the administration has said.
Nine Indiana abortion doctors and every abortion clinic in the state has been accused of breaking the law by failing to report abortions performed on girls younger than 16, some of whom were as young as 12.
As the Trump administration has promised to help Christians and other religious minorities who faced genocide at the hands of the Islamic State, the U.S. government has resettled only 10 Christian refugees from Iraq and Syria since the beginning of 2018.
A black Democrat Christian strategist says that the party's donor class' push for secular progressivism is "out of tune" with the views of many black Christians in the Democratic Party, and recounted the pushback he personally received when he urged the party to be more welcoming to biblical values.
Robert Jeffress Accuses Dallas Mayor of Religious 'Hostility' for Vilifying 'Christian Nation' Event
Outspoken Pastor Robert Jeffress has shot back at Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, accusing him of being "hostile" toward his megachurch by speaking out against a billboard advertising an upcoming sermon on how "America is a Christian Nation."
A North Korean defector who at one point in her life was sold to a Chinese man for $2,300 and spent time in a North Korean prison has opened up about her life in squalor under one of the most brutal regimes in the world.
It's been nearly four years since American citizen Amy Jakobsen Bjørnevåg has seen her son, Tyler, after he was taken away from her and put in foster care by Norway's child protection service because of a weight issue.
Despite overwhelming opposition voiced by parents, one of the largest school districts in the country has approved controversial LGBT-friendly changes to its sex education curriculum that critics say were pushed by left-leaning political groups and lacked medical justification.
A retired Florida firefighter, whose "Trump prophecy" is the center of an upcoming feature-film being worked on by Liberty University students, says that he believes President Donald Trump will win re-election in 2020.
As research shows that white evangelicals are the least likely demographic to believe that the United States has a responsibility to accept refugees into the country, a leading evangelical humanitarian activist has warned that many evangelicals and Americans may have misguided views about who refugees are as the U.S. turns its back against them.
The Jesuit Georgetown University Law Center library has removed content from its website that encouraged students to donate their time and energy to far-left groups that include America's largest abortion business and some of the nation's leading LGBT activist law firms.
A pastor in the small East African nation of Eritrea has been released after being falsely imprisoned for 11 years in one of the worst nations in the world when it comes to Christian persecution.
Leading evangelist Franklin Graham has argued that past politicians, rather than President Donald Trump, is to blame for the administration's "zero-tolerance" immigration enforcement policy that has resulted in more children being separated from their immigrant parents who have been criminally charged at the U.S. Southern border in recent months.
Former evangelical psychologist and author Valerie Tarico, a graduate of the evangelical Wheaton College in Illinois, has claimed that babies who are in danger of being aborted in their mothers' wombs are about as human as zombies in some kind of science fiction movie.
A federal judge has ruled that a prison in the state of Washington must provide meals to four Muslim prisoners at night so that they can abide by the required Islamic tradition of fasting from sunrise to sunset during the holy month of Ramadan.
Leading evangelist Franklin Graham believes that President Donald Trump's meeting with North Korea Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un Tuesday will benefit the highly persecuted Christian community in the isolated nation.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned of a possible "war" between Christianity and Islam after the right-wing Austrian government announced it would shut down seven foreign-funded mosques and could expel dozens of Turkish Muslim imams in its crackdown on political Islam.
A family that lost nine loved one's in the Sutherland Springs church massacre in Texas last year has filed a lawsuit against the United States government over "institutional failures" that allowed perpetrator Devin Patrick Kelley to buy the semi-automatic gun he used in the crime.
Will Stormy Daniels, Russia Collusion Claims Lower Evangelical Turnout in Midterms? Ralph Reed Answers
There is no reason to believe that white evangelical voter turnout will fall off in the 2018 midterm elections because of President Donald Trump's porn star controversy or the investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, prominent evangelical activist Ralph Reed has said.
Vice President Mike Pence assured conservative Christian activists and donors Saturday night that the Trump administration is still following through on its promise to provide direct assistance to Iraqi and Syrian Christians despite complaints that some religious minorities groups have not seen the promised aid.
A fire that engulfed an Indiana church last Sunday destroyed nearly everything in the building except for a handful of Bibles that made it out of the inferno unscathed.