Tens of thousands of people across the nation are expected to attend or watch what evangelist Greg Laurie has referred to as the "Super Bowl of evangelism" this Sunday.
Speaking to a room full of social conservatives Thursday, President Donald Trump declared that God's truth will prevail against the "hatred" and "prejudice" that the "entrenched interest" has toward religion and faith in the United States.
Two prominent conservative senators involved in the criminal justice reform movement have voiced their concerns with the sentencing guideline memoranda issued by Attorney Gen. Jeff Sessions last month that directs federal prosecutors to pursue the most serious offense possible against defendants.
A public school district in Michigan will once again allow elementary school students to participate in a voluntary off-campus Bible study program that it suspended after receiving a complaint from a local secularist group.
A 21-year-old pregnant Muslim woman in India was burned alive by her own family members because she married a man from a lower caste, according to a police official.
Bipartisan legislation that would authorize U.S. government funds to be given to relief groups directly providing assistance to displaced Iraqi and Syrian Christians unanimously passed through the House of Representatives on Tuesday evening.
Video has emerged that purports to show Islamic State-linked militants in the Philippines ransacking, desecrating and burning a Catholic cathedral inside the besieged city of Marawi.
Iraqi Christians living in Kurdistan have complained that their properties and lands are being seized and built on by ethnic Kurds and some have even accused Kurdish government officials of trying to "Kurdify" Christian areas, a new report from the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom details.
As trends show that church attendance is decreasing in the United States, the evangelical polling organization Barna Group recently released data revealing which of America's cities are the most "churched," "unchurched," "dechurched" and "post-Christian."
A federal court has dismissed an LGBT group's lawsuit against pastor and activist Scott Lively, who was accused of engaging in a "decade-long campaign" of persecution against LGBT people in Uganda because he voiced his biblical opposition to homosexuality.
Egypt's prestigious Al-Azhar University has accepted a Christian into its medical residency program, which some believe marks the first time the historic Muslim school has publicly accepted a Christian student.
The United States Supreme Court has declined to review the case of former Lance Cpl. Monifa Sterling, who claims that she was unfairly convicted at court-martial and discharged from the Marines after she refused to remove cutouts of a paraphrased Bible verse from her work station.
Government officials in Vietnam have been accused of lying to an imprisoned Christian pastor by telling him that his wife has been unfaithful with another man.
Prominent evangelist Franklin Graham has warned that given the increasing terror attacks on civilians in the United Kingdom, both the British and United States governments need to "wake up" to the reality of Islamic terrorism before "it's too late."
Former NFL star Michael Vick, whose promising career was halted when he spent over a year-and-a-half in federal prison for his involvement in a dogfighting ring, said during a radio interview last week that his fall from grace really showed that "God was real."
A transgender father of two adopted children in Oregon announced that he and his husband are expecting their first biological child this summer.
New York Times best-selling author and popular Christian Pastor Francis Chan was a featured speaker at an annual Christian persecution conference on Saturday, and shared details of a conversation he had with a Korean missionary imprisoned and nearly executed by the Taliban in 2007.
A 23-year-old Pakistani Christian asylum seeker in Thailand and a charity advocating on her behalf have accused an employee at Pakistan's Embassy in Bangkok of sexual harassment and maintain that he may have tried to drug and rape her when she met with him last year to renew her passport.
Eight Christians who were killed when an Islamic State-linked group stormed a Filipino City late last month were shot to death because of their refusal to recite the Islamic declaration of faith, government officials have reportedly said.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback didn't deny rumors on Thursday that he could to be nominated by President Donald Trump as the next ambassador for international religious freedom and wouldn't say whether he plans to complete his term as governor.
Evangelist Nabeel Qureshi, who is suffering from advanced-stage stomach cancer, has announced that he will be able to undergo highly expensive immunotherapy treatment thanks to the quick flow of donations he has received on his GoFundMe account and a private donor.
Christians are handing "the enemy" the keys to society without putting up much of a fight, according to California pastor and author Phil Hotsenpiller, who argues in his new book that the increase in terror attacks and lawlessness around the world might be related to End Times prophecy.
"The Voice" star Brennley Brown and former "American Idol" winner Jordin Sparks will perform at evangelist Greg Laurie's upcoming Harvest America on June 11, which will be held at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, and simulcast worldwide.
Nearly 1,800 people have donated nearly $250,000 to cancer-stricken evangelist Nabeel Qureshi's GoFundMe page in the first 12 days since the account was established.
Planned Parenthood has finally released its much anticipated annual report which shows that not only has the nation's largest abortion provider increased its abortion output and profit in the last year but also performed fewer cancer screenings, STD testing and other health services while accepting more federal funding than ever before.