American evangelical leaders Samuel Rodriguez and Johnnie Moore have announced the founding of a new interdenominational body called the Congress of Christian Leaders, which they say will seek to foster unity and serve growing Christian movements across the globe.
Leaders in the Kentucky Baptist Convention have endorsed a recommendation to end the convention's cooperation with dually aligned churches that continue providing support to the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship in the wake of CBF's new policy ending a ban on LGBT employees.
One of the nation's oldest state medical society's has adopted a new policy that states that it will oppose any effort to criminalize women who try to self-abort their own unborn children.
Texas missionary Kenneth "J.R." Danforth and others are missing after their boat capsized off the coast of Tanzania last week in the Indian Ocean.
The Ballantyne campus of Elevation Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, has denied wrongdoing after neighbors turned to police and a television news outlet to complain about the amount of noise coming from the Southern Baptist megachurch on a regular basis that they say is disturbing their peaceful lives.
An Indonesian court sentenced a Protestant pastor to four years in prison and slapped him with a hefty fine on Monday simply because he shared his faith with a taxi driver.
An Islamic State assassin who claims to have killed over 100 people while fighting in Syria has described the horrific ways in which he killed his enemies, including brutally cutting off man's tongue before ending his life.
The social media giant Facebook has helped connect thousands of Islamic State terrorists with other potential jihadis across the globe via its "suggested friends" feature, a watchdog group has warned.
Two Pentecostal Christians were arrested last week in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and falsely accused of the crime of forced conversion, becoming the latest in a growing list of Christians to be accused of the crime in India.
Over 13.7 million people have been provided with health care and other social services offered by faith-based organizations this past year thanks to President Donald Trump's executive order protecting religious liberty, a new analysis has found.
A former drug dealer who racked up hundreds of thousand of dollars dealing illegal narcotics all across the state of Colorado, Dennis Avila now knows what it is like to repeatedly beg people for a second chance after he was released from prison.
The cable network TLC will launch a new television docu-series next month that seeks to highlight the lives of four married couples in which the husbands have come out to the wives as transgender.
A large group of Iranian refugees, which has been left in limbo in Austria for over a year, is suing the Trump administration after their applications for asylum in the United States under a special amendment designed to protect persecuted religious minorities were denied.
The American Family Association is instructing parents to keep their kids at home on Friday and participate in the "Day of Silence Walkout" in response to the LGBT National "Day of Silence."
Arizona megachurch pastor Les Hughey has officially resigned as senior pastor at Highlands Church in Scottsdale, Arizona, after several women accused the church founder of taking sexual advantage of them decades ago as teenagers and young women.
Franklin Graham, Paula White, About 200 Evangelical Leaders Tell Congress to Pass Prison Reform Bill
Well-known evangelical leaders such as Franklin Graham, Paula White and Samuel Rodriguez are calling on members of Congress to pass bipartisan re-entry reform legislation that aims to provide federal prisoners with the training and rehabilitation they need to be successful once they are released back into society.
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom released its 2018 report Wednesday recommending 16 countries that should be designated by the State Department as "countries of particular concern."
It took seven months for the United States Senate to confirm Stuart Kyle Duncan to the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans but not without much anger and praise over President Donald Trump's decision to nominate him.
Speaking during a panel discussion Tuesday on "religiously motivated dissent," former President Barack Obama's faith adviser, Melissa Rogers, criticized some on the political left for for writing off people of faith who don't subscribe to a full "progressive package of policies."
The head of a Lutheran publishing house has claimed Google will no longer accept advertisements related to the organization's website "because of the faith we express."
As the United States has by far more deadly shootings occurring in its schools than any other developed nation, many are left wondering if there are elements of today's American society that are partially to blame, or at least play a factor, when it comes to the troubling influx of deadly school massacres.
The United States Navy has rejected a leading secularist group's demands that it remove a Bible on display at a "Missing Man" table honoring prisoners of war and those missing in action at a Naval hospital in Japan.
The Trump administration plans to eliminate an Obama-era regulation that opponents say requires faith-based hospitals, insurance providers and doctors to perform, provide and cover gender-reassignment surgeries and procedures that violate their religious convictions.
The United States Department of Homeland Security has admitted that it has separated children from illegal immigrant families caught trying to cross the southern border but asserted that it is not doing so as a "deterrence" measure.
A Pakistani Christian woman has died after she was set on fire for refusing a Muslim man's marriage proposal, reports indicate.