A Lebanon church has issued a challenged to its members to read the entire Bible, cover-to cover, in only 90 days.
A prominent New Jersey school educator and aspiring politician was accused of secretly videotaping students in the shower at a local Catholic school where he volunteers.
An al-Qaida group in Iraq has claimed responsibility for a series of bombings in Baghdad last week, which left 70 dead and hundreds more injured.
Two Pennsylvania churches, which were robbed over the holiday weekend, have reached out to the burglars in prayer.
Church agencies have joined have joined the Philippine government and other international aid groups in an effort to help people affected by recent flooding and a tropical storm.
C.F.W. Walther is being celebrated by the International Association of Reformation Coins and Victor Huster, with a limited edition medal celebrating the 200th anniversary of his birth.
The Christmas holiday did not hold much significance to Southern Baptists until after the Civil War.
Atheists have taken over a two-block stretch in Santa Monica, Calif., shutting out Christians who have held a nativity scene in the exhibit space for more than a half a decade during Christmas time.
The number of Christians in Africa, Asia and the Americas are on the rise, while Christianity is declining in Europe, according to a new survey.
The Most Holy Redeemer Church in San Francisco has garnered controversy after rescinding invitations to gay-friendly ministers, who were scheduled to speak at their pre-Christmas events.
A man who set a black church in Massachusetts on fire in response to U.S. President Barack Obama’s 2008 election victory has been sentenced to nearly 14 years in prison.
Taking advantage of the latest technologies, small churches have begun to use social media as a means to increase their exposure and preach the gospel.
The notion that Mayan calendars mark Dec. 21, 2012 as the end of the world has been disputed by scientists, astronomers and experts on Mesoamerican history.
Rev. Patrick Mahoney was told by Capitol police officials that he will face a potential arrest if he reads the Christmas story from the Bible and holds a Nativity display at the Capitol Christmas tree.
2007 American Idol runner-up David Archuleta has announced that he is taking a break from recording music to serve a two year mission for The Church of Jesus of The Latter Day Saints.
Leaders from the Episcopal, Catholic, and Methodist communities in Alabama sent a letter to Gov. Robert Bentley Monday, urging him to repeal the controversial immigration law known as HB 56.
Steve Cha has willingly sacrificed his career as a Hollywood actor to start a mission to convert the entertainment industry.
A minister in Augusta, Ga. has developed an application that allows members to donate to their church using a smartphone.
South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu has stepped into the struggle between Occupy Wall Street protesters and the Trinity Episcopal Wall Street Church, asking the church to allow protesters to use its vacant lot as an encampment.
Restore America has recruited Trinet Internet Solutions to help initiate an online strategy to increase evangelical votes by three million in the 2012 elections.
Jockey, the underwear maker, has announced Thursday that the company will give away $1 million in cash prizes and gift cards if quarterback Tim Tebow leads the Denver Broncos to a Super Bowl title.
Today marks the 150th Anniversary of the St. Philips African Moravian Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
The details of a secret interrogation involving a 2005 Iraqi massacre in Haditha have been discovered as U.S. troops withdraw from the country.
An appeals court in California has sided with a Lutheran Church that fired one if its teachers for living with her boyfriend and their son out of wedlock.
Religious leaders have been faced with obstacles when trying to convince the church to teach about HIV/AIDS in an effort to prevent new cases and teach awareness.