Controversial former megachurch pastor Rob Bell has admitted in a new interview that he never felt comfortable in an evangelical environment, and accused evangelicals of showing their real values by largely supporting President Donald Trump.
An evangelistic campaign aiming to reach as many as three million people has begun alongside the soccer World Cup in Russia on Thursday, despite what some faith leaders say is a crackdown on evangelism in the country.
Highpoint Church, where controversial teaching pastor Andy Savage resigned from in March after being accused of sexually assaulting a woman 20 years ago, will be closing its Arlington campus in Tennessee.
Christian missionary Heidi Baker, CEO of Iris Global, has asked for believers around the world to pray for her and her team in Mozambique, which has seen the rise of a Boko Haram-like Islamic terror group that has been carrying out beheadings and other atrocities.
Atheists in America have been asking why Scouts BSA — which changed its policy in recent years to include gay members and leaders, transgender troops, and now girls, and changed its name in the process — continues to officially exclude nonbelievers from its organization.
A North Korean defector, now the leader of an association that has sent over 60 tons of rice bottles to the North Korean people, along with financial support and waterproof Bibles, is asking why U.S. President Donald Trump has decided to praise Kim Jong Un despite his cruelty.
Christian Lesbian rock star Vicky Beeching has said ahead of the publication of her memoir that she has been wanting to join the priesthood of the Church of England, despite once being sexually assaulted by a male priest.
American conservative group the Family Research Council has released an analysis examining the harmful effects that pornography has on women who watch it, with addicts opening up about the downward-spiral such material sends them on.
A Lutheran pastor has claimed that Ken Ham's Ark Encounter theme park in Kentucky has distorted God's message about the rainbow in Genesis, though the Answers in Genesis CEO has fought back against the accusations.
Perry Noble, pastor at Second Chance Church and formerly of NewSpring Church in South Carolina, has responded to the recent high-profile celebrity suicides by recalling how he too was close to taking his own life.
A social media campaign from a pro-life organization is highlighting the stories and confessions of several men this week who encouraged their partners to have an abortion, which they say has led to decades of guilt.
A task force appointed last year by the Southern Baptist Convention, and chaired by Paige Patterson, has concluded its year-long study on evangelistic renewal by concluding that social justice is not a Gospel priority, among other declarations.
Christians across the Philippines are outraged after the latest murder of a Roman Catholic priest in the country. A top archbishop maintained that those who murder priests are going to an "even worse" place than Hell.
A Bible translator has been killed, with Christians seeing their houses burned down and major disruptions to Bible projects in Cameroon, which has recently been gripped by wide-spread violence in clashes between French and English-speaking populations.
Hollywood actor Andrew Garfield, who has starred in a number of major Christian films, used his speech at the Tony Awards in New York on Sunday to urge bakers to bake cakes for all people, including the LGBT community.
U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met on Tuesday in Singapore, shaking hands, praising each other and talking of a patch to peace and denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.
Megachurch Pastor J.D. Greear of Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, delivered a sermon about some of the most difficult questions he has about God in his heart ahead of the Southern Baptist Convention later this week, where he has been nominated for president.
Christian clergy in the United Kingdom are experiencing an increase in violence and verbal attacks with the rise of secularism and other changing societal factors, experts have assessed ahead of a nationwide survey.
Franklin Graham, along with numerous other Christian conservatives, has spoken out against the firing of a Christian executive of a CrossFit gym in Indiana who praised an owner's cancellation of an LGBT Pride event.
A missionary group that exposes Christian persecution has warned that new changes to Mauritania's apostasy law means that the death penalty will now be an unavoidable punishment for all people who are found to have blasphemed against Islam, even if they repent.