With the start of the new year, Christian leaders have released messages in hopes of helping believers of Jesus have a meaningful and purposeful 2018.
The church can often feel like a big zoo where Christians, especially youths, are placed in their safe cages and constantly fed, said popular speaker Francis Chan.
As a child, Lauren Green McAfee remembers waking up each day before the sun rose to learn math from her dad before he left for work at 7 a.m. And every time she entered his study, he would always be reading his Bible.
The head of the Church of Sweden defended the church's recent decision to stop referring to God in masculine terms and instead use gender-neutral language.
The Christian Post looked back at this year's stories and compiled the most popular ones by number of views.
Ryan Dobson, son of renowned evangelical leader James Dobson, recently revealed that he does not allow his children to watch a lot of Disney — or more specifically, "new Disney" — shows.
Influential Reformed theologian R. C. Sproul died Thursday afternoon in Altamonte Springs, Florida. He was 78.
Professors at Dallas Theological Seminary weighed in on whether attending church solely online and not in person is a legitimate option for Christians.
Bill Hybels, founder of Willow Creek Community Church in Illinois, is glad he didn't pass away in his mid 50s. If he did, he would have had to explain to God why he never visited a prisoner.
An evangelical megachurch pastor has a few rules when dealing with critics on social media, or what he called "a modern calamity for pastors."
Christians need to stop vilifying one another and start uniting more as they face more hostility in U.S. culture, a megachurch pastor urged.
An Iranian Christian pastor who was born in Houston is urging U.S. Christians to put aside their fear of Muslims and to be emboldened to love and share the truth of Christ with them.
As Americans have already begun witnessing a solar eclipse today, here's what some well-known Christians are saying about the rare continent-wide event.
At least a dozen headlines declared that a recently released human genetics study disproves a biblical account found in the Old Testament. But Christians are pointing out that the media got it wrong and only one has issued a correction.
The pastor of a multi-site church in Texas recently responded to a question on whether the Bible says it's OK for moms to work. While it's not forbidden, Todd Wagner questioned the motive behind a mother choosing to work over being at home with her children.
Some Pastors Defend Eugene Peterson in Aftermath of Gay Marriage, Megachurch Remarks: Don't Oversimplify His Words
Following the brouhaha over Eugene Peterson's comments on same-sex marriage (and megachurches), some pastors have come to the evangelical author's defense, arguing that many have oversimplified his remarks into something tweetable.
Nearly one year ago, Sam Eaton, a millennial from Minneapolis, wrote a blog post detailing "12 reasons millennials are over church." Since then, he has received thousands of hateful and angry comments. But what he wants Christians to know is that that was his love letter to the American church.
Fear has been cited as a major reason many Christians don't share their faith with others. But one Southern Baptist says there are many more reasons Christians are reluctant to share the Gospel, including not being real believers.
Evangelical theologian John Piper said he has "never felt enticed" to have sex with another woman during the nearly 50 years he has been married to his wife, Noel.
Whatever you feel, that's who you are. That's the notion that many people today have adopted, leading some to conclude that they're nonbinary, queer or "whatever" else, according to a former homosexual.
The nation's largest teachers' union introduced a resolution to remove an ex-gay group's booth from the exhibit hall at their annual meeting this week in Boston.
Bestselling author Francis Chan recently exposed his heart to Facebook employees, detailing why he left the helm of his thriving megachurch in California seven years ago.
A list of don't do's, purity pledges and one talk about the birds and the bees are simply not going to cut it when it comes to preparing children as they face increasingly complex sexuality issues today, a Christian author argued.
Though many Christians tend to create analogies to try to explain the doctrine of the Trinity (think ice, liquid, vapor), one expert avoids comparisons altogether, calling them "distracting."
What really happens after you die? Do believers in Jesus Christ immediately go to heaven? And nonbelievers, to hell? Or is there an intermediate stage? Texas Pastor Randy Frazee of Oak Hills Church offers Christians a clearer picture of the afterlife in his new book.