There will be many challenges ahead for the Christian-dominated South Sudan as the region concludes seven days of voting for a divided or united country, a World Vision adviser said.
Utah Church leaders expressed their distress Wednesday at a letter written by a county sheriff asserting that God is OK with the death penalty.
The Department of Justice on Thursday filed an appeal in two cases in defense of the federal Defense of Marriage Act. Some are criticizing DOJ's defense as "deficient."
Ohio University will allow male, female, gay and straight students to cohabitate in the same room during a one-year trial of gender-neutral dormitories.for a one-year trial of gender neutral dormitories.
American Red Cross President and CEO Gail McGovern outlined accomplishments and future goals on the one-year anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti.
Vanderbilt University made changes to its nurse residency application a day after a complaint was filed over its abortion practice requirement.
The president of Chick-fil-A recently defended a local operator's decision to donate food to a marriage seminar despite petitions and criticisms from gay rights advocates.
Life Decisions International is asking travelers to the January pro-life march to resist restaurants, hotels and airlines that give monetary funds to abortion provider Planned Parenthood.
A nursing student has partnered with a Christian legal defense group in filing a complaint against a Nashville, Tenn., university policy that requires participation in abortion procedures in order to enter its nurse residency program.
In the wake of the tragic Arizona shooting, Christian leaders acknowledge the harsh tone permeating through the political sphere and urge politicians to end the finger pointing and begin modeling civility in their personal conduct.
Analysis released in the New Year by the Pew Research Center shows that the number of Protestants in the 112th Congress has increased to 304 from 292, drawing down the number of Jewish and Catholic Congressmen.
On the eve of the release of Unplanned, Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood director turned pro-life advocate, admitted having received two abortions.
Faith leaders are calling for prayer and "soul searching" in the wake of the shooting of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 19 others in Tucson, Ariz.
Maryland and Rhode Island governors are pushing for same-sex marriage legislation in their 2011 agenda despite efforts in a handful of states to protect traditional marriage.
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner postponed this week's legislative agenda that includes a health care repeal and an anti-abortion provider funding bill to heal a shaken Congress after the Saturday shooting of one of its own.
House Republicans introduced legislation Friday that would prohibit abortion providers from receiving federal funds.
The U.S. State Department issued a complaint on Thursday against the Vietnam police after a U.S. diplomat was attacked while attempting to visit a confined religious freedom advocate.
Since Sen. Charles Grassley concluded his report on six Christian ministries Thursday, ECFA has announced that it will form a committee to address eight key concerns noted in the report.
Joe Zamecki praises the new non-profit group Changing the Face of Christianity, Inc. for its efforts to eliminate the image of hypocrisy, homophobia and preconceived notions from within it ranks. However, as an atheist he contends that the only way to truly do so is to throw out the Bible.
The National Organization for Marriage is encouraging youths to consider lifelong marriage with a video making contest called Reel Love Challenge.
A state judge threw out an injunction, allowing pro-life advocates in Birmingham to now gather on the sidewalk of an Alabama abortion clinic without fear of arrest.
The Pennsylvania Family Institute president says gay marriage attacks against Chick-fil-A published in a gay blog are trumped up.
An evangelical political action group has invited likely Republican presidential candidates for a talk on pro-family values in the first announced caucus forum.
The Circuit Court's three-judge panel ruled Tuesday that the memorial cross at Mt. Soledad violates the U.S. Constitution.
A study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology revealed that people are often angry with God in the face of difficult situations.