The Museum of the Bible, which is set for its official opening in Washington D.C. in November, has responded to several news headlines claiming that its multitech exhibits largely ignore the story of Jesus Christ.
Famous evangelist Nick Vujicic said his team witnessed 400,000 people repent for their sins and choose to follow Jesus Christ at a recent event in Ukraine. That was the largest response that the Life Without Limbs ministry has seen.
Woman Who Escaped North Korea Says Children Are 'Dying Without Hope,' Talks of Eating Mice to Survive
A North Korean refugee whose two younger brothers died of starvation has said that children and babies are "dying without hope" under the government of Kim Jong Un, but spoke out against the U.S. dropping bombs on the nation.
International Pentecostal televangelist Morris Cerullo was granted approval Tuesday to build a $131 million religious-themed resort and conference center following a vote by the San Diego City Council.
'ISIS Might Have Lost the Battle but Won the War' If Christians Can't Safely Live in Iraq, Charity Warns
Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need has warned that unless world leaders start taking action, the recent defeats suffered by the Islamic State terror group in Iraq and Syria may not be enough to save the Christian population there from being eradicated.
A majority of churchgoing Protestant parents say their adult children are still Christians, but half of them don't practice the tenets of the faith, a survey has found.
A Christian group is defending itself against allegations that it's teaching students "extremist" views after being banned from a church-run primary school following complaints by parents who said their children were being "exposed to potentially damaging ideology."
Christian Counselors Condemn Gender 'Conversion Therapy,' Argue Transgenderism Is Not Mental Disorder
The Association of Christian Counsellors has joined a number of other British organizations in declaring that transgenderism is not a mental disorder, and that "conversion therapy" is harmful to patients.
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough has called President Donald Trump the "antithesis" of the teachings of Jesus Christ, especially when taking a look at the Sermon on the Mount in the Bible.
Islamic Fulani herdsmen have reportedly killed at least 28 people, including Christian women and children, in a raid on a village in Plateau State, Nigeria.
A majority of U.S. adults and almost a third of evangelicals now say they believe that faith in God is not needed to be a moral person, a survey has revealed.
California has become the first U.S. state to legalize a "nonbinary" option and allow a gender change without undergoing any treatment on birth certificates and driver's licenses, after Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB 179 into law on Sunday.
Jeff Sessions Sends Federal Hate Crimes Lawyer to Aid in Case of Murdered Gender Fluid High Schooler
United States Attorney Gen. Jeff Sessions is reportedly behind the Justice Department's decision to send an experienced federal hate crimes lawyer to help in the case of a gender fluid high school student who was murdered in 2016.
Notable women in Christian leadership positions, such as Beth Moore and Kay Warren, have joined the chorus of thousands of people revealing their stories of sexual assault and harassment under the #MeToo hashtag online, which has been flooded with accounts of abusive pastors and church members.
The Islamist militant group al-Shabaab, which is known for hunting down and killing Christians, carried out Saturday's massive bombing in Mogadishu that killed as many as 302 people, Somalian officials have said.
At least seven people were killed after suspected Islamic State terror group radicals attacked a bank and the Church of Saint George in El-Arish, Egypt. The militants were seen waving their black flags through the streets in celebration.
Greg Laurie on The Beatles' Claim of Being More Popular Than Jesus: Beatles Gone Now, Christ Is No. 1
Megachurch pastor Greg Laurie looked back at a controversial statement made by British rock band The Beatles in 1966 when they suggested they are bigger than Jesus Christ, by pointing out that the band has long since disbanded now, while Christ is still the most popular figure in the world.
A Korean-American missionary who was tortured by North Koreans has begged U.S. President Donald Trump to resist going to war with Kim Jong Un, warning that a military option could kill countless of civilians and many of the hidden Christians there.
At least two churches in Australia have been spray-painted over the weekend with graffiti that says "crucify No voters," referring to those who vote against gay marriage in the country's postal vote survey.
Colorado Christian baker Jack Phillips has reportedly been asked to make a birthday cake for Satan this Halloween season, as he prepares to defend his rights before the Supreme Court not to work gay weddings.
Christian author and theologian John Piper has suggested that a famous quote by Nelson Mandela in regards to racism, which when posted by former U.S. President Barack Obama became the most popular tweet of all time, may not hold up to the teaching of Scripture.
An American Catholic priest who has traveled to North Korea 52 times says he won't stop going to the communist country to treat North Koreans suffering from tuberculosis, deifying the Trump administration's travel ban following the death of American college student Otto Warmbier.
A Nigerian bishop warned that the widely reported decline of Christianity throughout the Western world is "absolutely" having a negative affect on the Catholic Church in his country.
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., hailed the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia for dismissing a lawsuit by an atheist activist and upholding Congress' tradition of holding a prayer at the start of legislative days.
A Coptic Christian priest was stabbed to death Thursday by a suspected member of the Islamic State terror group in Cairo's northeastern suburb of El–Marg. A video of the murder was posted online.