A Louisiana sheriff's office has removed Christian-themed posts that cited biblical passages from its Facebook page after it received a complaint from one of the United States' most prominent atheist legal organizations.
In the wake of Vice President Mike Pence's announcement last October that the U.S. government would provide direct aid to persecuted Iraqi Christians struggling to rebuild following the liberation of the Nineveh Plains, the Trump administration has taken concrete steps to follow through on its promises.
President Donald Trump hosted a roundtable discussion between top administration officials, evangelical leaders and state political leaders and activists at the White House Thursday afternoon, focusing on ways the administration can improve the nation's criminal justice system and prison re-entry processes.
Christians from various parts of the world recently detailed for The Christian Post how they, their families, friends and ministries have been persecuted simply because they worship Jesus Christ.
An underground church bishop has finally been released after spending seven months detained by Chinese authorities for refusing to sign an agreement with the government.
The vice chair of the congressionally mandated U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom has shared more details about her hour-long meeting with imprisoned American Pastor Andrew Brunson inside of a Turkish prison last fall.
The head of one of the most prominent Christian persecution watchdog organizations in the United States shared the horrifying story of a young Christian girl who was kidnapped last year while on her way to school and sold off to a Muslim tribal leader for less than $200.
A Christian school in Australia has changed its uniform policy after it was sued for not allowing a Sikh child to wear a traditional head covering.
Christian leaders and organizations are speaking out against the Trump administration move on Monday to terminate protected status for thousands of El-Salvadoran immigrants who have been allowed to live and work in the United States for over a decade.
College students are suing a University of Massachusetts school on grounds that the institution's "speech zone" policy is limiting their constitutional right to engage in free expression on campus.
A Christian teacher in New Jersey is now serving a three-year suspension of her teaching certificates all because she posted critical remarks about homosexuality on social media.
Facebook has unpublished the Facebook page associated with the pre-denominational Christian ministry "Warriors for Christ," an organization that opposes homosexuality and abortion, on grounds that it violated its community standards on bullying and hate speech.
A Christian university in Texas is urging its students not to work at a Hooters restaurant scheduled to open about a mile-and-a-half from campus in the coming weeks.
Arthur Rorheim, co-founder of one of the world's leading children's ministries that has given lifelong memories to millions, passed away last Friday at the age of 99. A memorial will be held for him later this month.
While President Donald Trump and his administration have been praised by conservatives for expressing immediate support for the thousands of freedom protesters in the Islamic Republic of Iran, former President Barack Obama is receiving a new round of criticism for his response to peaceful demonstrations in 2009.
Fertility Experts Demand UK Gov't Pay to Freeze Eggs of Transgender Men Who Want Biological Children
Fertility experts in the U.K. are advising the National Health Service to provide free egg storage for women who are physically transitioning to look like men so that it's still possible for them to have children biologically related to them after they become sterile.
A school district in Kansas has put an end to its yearly Bible giveaway at a public elementary school after it received a complaint from one of the nation's leading secular legal organizations.
Two Christian sisters in the Asian nation of Laos say they were tied up and left outside for days by their family simply because they refused to renounce their new-found faith in Jesus Christ, a leading persecution watchdog group has reported.
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry and U.S. Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., have teamed up to produce a 15-page guide that seeks to alleviate the "confusion" about the religious freedom rights of students and teachers in public schools.
The largest Mennonite conference in the United States has officially split from the Mennonite Church U.S.A. over changing views on homosexuality.
An Alaskan city council has reneged on a plan to give a historic local church funding to repair the the outside of the building after the nation's leading secularist group voiced a complaint.
The United States Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Tuesday that it will allow houses of worship to apply for federal natural disaster assistance, a move that comes as three churches and two synagogues have filed lawsuits in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
A new college founded on "the biblical vision of Christian discipleship" will open up in the heart of Boston next fall and will offer conservative Christians devoted to seeking a "classical" Christian education an alternative to America's "broken" higher education system.
Just days after 11 people were killed during an attack targeting Christians in Cairo, two more Coptic Christians were killed by a gunman in Egypt on New Year's morning in Cairo's twin city.
A Christian street preacher has filed a federal lawsuit against government authorities in the state of Georgia after he says he was banned from preaching outside outside of a park while a music festival was being held.