With Super Bowl LI officially in the history books, the game will be remembered for not only solidifying the legacy of the New England Patriots' four-time Super Bowl MVP Award-winning quarterback Tom Brady but also for the crazy and unexpected things that occurred on and off the gridiron.
Legislation that would protect the rights of doctors, faith-based health care providers and religious institutions to refuse performing or covering abortions without fear of government consequence was introduced in the House and Senate on Friday.
A refugee family of four who fled from one of the most dangerous countries in the world to live as Christians was relieved to find out that after years of living as marginalized refugees in Thailand, they were finally approved by the U.S. government to be resettled in New Mexico this month.
Just hours before America's biggest football game of the year, churches across the United States will hear the personal life stories of NFL players and their wives as they talk about their own journeys with Jesus Christ.
It was just last October when former Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., proclaimed that he laid the groundwork for a potential Democrat-controlled Senate to forgo a possible Republican-led filibuster to confirm the Supreme Court nominee of Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton with a simple majority.
Syrian Christians who immigrated to the United States and are currently living in Pennsylvania say that they agree with President Donald Trump's controversial move to indefinitely ban Syrian refugees.
Leaked Draft of Trump Executive Order Would Protect Religious Freedom for Gay Marriage, Abortion Opponents
President Donald Trump may issue a "religious freedom" order that would protect Americans' rights to live their lives and run their businesses in accordance with their religious beliefs on marriage and abortion, according to draft order that has been leaked to the press.
At the annual National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington Hilton on Thursday morning, President Donald Trump revealed that through all of the ups and downs and personal struggles of his campaign, there were five words that gave him solace and comfort.
Members of Congress introduced legislation in the House and Senate on Wednesday that would restore the rights of churches and pastors to speak and advocate politically from the pulpit without fear of their tax-exempt status being revoked by the Internal Revenue Service.
Evangelical and pro-life leaders are praising President Donald Trump for following through on his campaign promise to nominate a constitutionalist and pro-life jurist to the United States Supreme Court by nominating 10th Circuit Judge Neil Gorsuch on Tuesday night.
Boy Scouts' Transgender Policy Is a 'Rebellion Against God; It's Time to Get Out,' Christian Leader Says
The Boy Scouts of America has ended its boys-only tradition by announcing on Monday night that it will allow girls who identify as boys to participate in scouting programs — a move that is leading conservative Christian activists to encourage parents and churches to abandon the 106-year-old organization.
The Islamic State's chief executioner who carried out the beheadings over 100 people throughout his gruesome career in jihad has become the hunted.
The evangelical refugee resettlement organization World Relief, one of nine organizations authorized by the State Department to resettle refugees in the United States, is concerned that President Donald Trump's desire to change the refugee vetting process could "fundamentally alter" the U.S. refugee resettlement program.
The Islamic State terrorist organization burned alive an entire family after it was caught trying to flee from the group's stronghold in the Kirkuk province of Iraq.
In the wake of President Donald Trump's executive order signed last Friday halting the United States' entire refugee resettlement program for 120 days, thousands of protesters took to airports across the nation to voice their disapproval with Trump's order.
Tens of thousands of pro-lifers descended upon the nation's capital to participate in the 44th annual March for Life on Friday. Here are nine things that stood out at the march.
A Christian teenager who lived two years under the torturous rule of the Islamic State terrorist organization in the group's largest Iraqi stronghold has opened up about the frightening experiences he and his mother faced in Mosul.
A 2,800-member Baptist church in Tennessee is withholding funds to the Southern Baptist Convention in protest of decisions made by SBC entities last year to join an amicus brief supporting the right for a Muslim community to build a mosque.
Five Coptic Christians have been brutally murdered and had their throats slashed in four different incidents in Egypt over a two-week timespan, a persecution watchdog group reports.
College students enrolled in a world religion class at Texas Christian University are expected to attend an Islamic worship service at a mosque to gain a better understanding of alternative religious traditions.
In a new memoir, the man who has been labeled as the the "Godfather" of the pro-life movement has compared the similarities between today's pro-abortion rhetoric to the denial that African-Americans are human beings by white supremacists in the Jim Crow South.
Journey keyboardist and future Rock & Roll Hall-of-Famer Jonathan Cain has opened up about how God inspired him to pay his blessings forward by writing and singing Christian music that he hopes will one day be as "timeless" as Journey's 1981 hit "Don't Stop Believing."
Although the Women's March in Washington was supposed to be open to women of all stripes, the march was a frightening experience for the women marching with the national pro-life group Students for Life of America and it was clear that their point of view was not welcome.
Bible-believing street evangelists warning against all sin, including abortion and homosexuality, were shouted down, spat on and had water thrown on them by participants of the Women's March on Washington on Saturday afternoon.
Dallas megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress offered clarification on his inauguration morning sermon, delivered in front of President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, in which he suggested that "God is not against building walls."