Reformed theologian John Piper is backing best-selling Christian author Francis Chan after a woman, who is single, expressed her frustration with Chan's argument that many Christian singles are delaying marriage because they are already having sex.
A United Nations committee that has suggested that pro-life laws in Northern Ireland constitute "violence against women" has been accused of advancing a "culture of death" by a leading conservative group in the United Kingdom.
Roy Moore, a former judge and defeated 2017 Republican nominee for the Alabama Senate seat, has begged his supporters for $250,000 in donations to help him fight an unspecified lawsuit, which he described as "unholy evil" and stemming from an "anti-Christian kingdom."
Some 124 convicted terrorists met 51 survivors of terror attacks and family members of victims over a three-day first-of-its-kind event in Jakarta, Indonesia, aimed at reconciliation, though some said they were too upset to attend.
The Rev. Billy Graham's translator for his 1973 trip to South Korea has recalled how the preacher, who died on Feb. 21, was once labeled a "witch doctor" by North Korea, but ended up handing Kim Il Sung a Bible.
A pastor who has served the same nondenominational church for 30 years has owned up to big mistakes he made when people told him they were leaving his church, and listed nine things leaders can do when someone informs them of such a decision.
Controversial televangelist Jim Bakker has said that the late Rev. Billy Graham once visited him in prison in some of the lowest moments of his life, where he hugged him and told him that he loves him.
A media investigation into the exorcism and death of a young Nicaraguan woman in 2017, where she was burned alive to rid her of "demons," has found that the local Assemblies of God denomination is disputing some of the allegations in the controversial case that has gripped the nation.
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. has argued that although the Rev. Billy Graham had the "luxury" of avoiding divisive politics in his lifetime, his son, Franklin, has "no choice" but to battle society's "decay."
Malaysia's top court declared on Tuesday that Muslims who seek to convert to Christianity are not allowed to do so without the approval of a Shariah court, ruling against four men who said that they have embraced Jesus Christ in Kuching, Sarawak state.
Churches and society practicing "radical love" could be the solution for America's culture of school shootings, a children's ministry offered, indicating that it could stir troubled individuals away from a dark path.
While all living American presidents have paid their respects to the Rev. Billy Graham, who passed away last week, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton personally attended the public viewing of the evangelist.
The United Nations has been condemned by aid workers who say that men delivering humanitarian aid on behalf of the organization in Syria have routinely demanded sexual acts from women and girls. And the abuse has been ignored for years.
Christians in China are preparing for the persecution they suffer to continue as the Communist Party there has proposed removing presidential term limits, paving the way for Xi Jinping to stay on in power indefinitely.
Jerushah Armfield, a granddaughter of Billy Graham's, who died last week, has accused evangelicals of making God in their own "ivory image," and losing the moral and spiritual authority in the United States.
Rick Warren of Saddleback Church in Southern California, one the largest megachurches in America, has praised Billy Graham's inclusive ministry and said that it has inspired him to preach before various groups of people, despite controversy.
A Christian woman who had to watch her 3-year-old son drown in a river before she was raped and forced to carry the child of a Boko Haram fighter in Nigeria, shared her traumatic story with Pope Francis at the Vatican.