LGBT supporters of President Donald Trump were barred from participating in a gay pride parade in Charlotte, North Carolina, and told that they don't reflect the so-called values of the celebration.
A German police chief has reported that some asylum seekers at migrant camps are claiming to have converted to Christianity so they won't be deported.
Islamic State radicals in the Philippines have released shocking images of them shooting Christian prisoners face down in the head, as followers of Christ find themselves targeted and hunted down in the IS-taken city of Marawi.
The Scottish Episcopal Church voted on Thursday to redefine marriage to include same-sex couples, becoming the first major U.K. church to break from the Anglican majority, which defines marriage as a union between one man and one woman.
The World Health Organization warned that June's upcoming gay pride events in the United States and Europe could worsen the ongoing hepatitis A outbreak that is affecting men who have sex with other men.
The Islamic State terrorist group massacred at least 231 civilians, including children trying to flee, in the span of just two weeks in the city of Mosul, Iraq.
Stars and producers of the CBS show "Mom" have delivered a check of $250,000 — money that would have been used for an Emmy awards campaign — to Planned Parenthood, arguing that it "makes sense" for an all-female cast.
A Roman Catholic priest has warned that if the Satanic Temple erects its memorial to dead soldiers in Belle Plaine's Veterans Memorial Park in Minnesota, it could lead to the grooming and victimization of children by Satanists.
North Korea has come out with a statement slamming U.S. President Donald Trump for his decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement last week, warning that global warming is one of the "gravest challenges" humankind is facing.
Pastor Joel Osteen of Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, has spoken out about the racial and religious tensions in America following the election of President Donald Trump in January, and said that the way forward is for people to become peacemakers.
British director Stuart Hazeldine, who is behind the controversial Hollywood movie "The Shack," which has been scrutinized for its portrayal of God in various forms, insisted in an interview that the Bible should be understood in allegorical ways.
Muslims Outraged as Ind. Billboard Calls Muhammad a 'Rapist' Who Married a 6-Year-Old, Beheaded Jews
Muslims in Indianapolis, Indiana, have spoken out against an anti-Muslim billboard that calls the Islamic prophet Muhammad a "rapist" and "slave owner" who beheaded over 600 Jews in one day and married a 6-year-old child.
Christian Gold Medalist Sanya Richards-Ross Reveals She Aborted Baby Weeks Before Winning Olympic Gold
Christian athlete Sanya Richards-Ross has opened up about the decision to abort her baby weeks before the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, stating that despite the medals she won, she fell into a "depth of despair" and felt "broken."
The growth of the Christian faith in China continues its remarkable rise, with one pastor reporting as many as 100,000 new followers of Christ per year, despite the worsening human rights abuses and crackdown by communist authorities.
UNICEF, the United Nations' children's fund, has warned that as many as 100,000 children might be trapped in the embattled city of Mosul in Iraq, with the Islamic State terror group attempting to use them as human shields.
UK Imams, Muslim Groups Refuse Funerals for 'Vile Murderers,' Say Terror Acts Are 'at Odds With Islam'
Over 130 imams and over 500 Muslim groups in the United Kingdom have condemned the actions of the suspected terror attackers in London and Manchester, and have refused to perform traditional Islamic prayers for their funerals.
'Islamophobic' Label Fears, Political Correctness Push Officials to Ignore London's Radicalized Hotspots (Interview)
The Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association has said that political correctness and fear of being labeled "Islamophobic" is preventing counter terrorism measures from properly investigating radicalized hotspots in London.
Evangelist Joshua Feuerstein, a former pastor who has over two million followers on Facebook, has called on Christians to boycott fast food giant McDonald's over its new rainbow colored gay pride french fry boxes. He also slammed Macy's support for gay pride month.
Controversial Pastor Penuel Mnguni of the End Times Disciples Ministries in South Africa reportedly admitted to Nigerian megachurch preacher T.B. Joshua that he misread the Bible in having his congregants eat live snakes back in 2015.
Eritrea's persecution of Christians escalated throughout May, resulting in as many as 100 believers being arrested, a watchdog reported. Prisoners are often kept in "horrific" storage container jails where they are deprived of basic necessities.
Sex Slave Survivor 'Wished to Die Like the Men Instead of Being Raped by Syrians, Iraqis, Europeans'
Nadia Murad, a human rights activist and sex slave survivor who has been speaking around the world about her experiences at the hands of the Islamic State terror group, visited for the first time her liberated Yazidi village in Iraq, where she was taken.
Muslims in Philippines Risk Lives to Save Christians From ISIS, Escape Hellish Streets of Rotting Corpses
As the Filipino army continues battling Islamic State-backed militants for control of Marawi City, reports have emerged of local Muslims risking their own lives to save their Christian neighbors and escape through nightmarish streets filled with rotting bodies.
Controversial televangelist Benny Hinn of Benny Hinn Ministries, along with Nigerian Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, president of Believers' LoveWorld, have announced that they're launching a new TV channel to showcase the "miracles" and glory of God.
"Bible Answer Man" Hank Hanegraaff said he suffered a bad chemotherapy reaction in his first round of cancer treatment, causing him to "shake uncontrollably." But he insisted that God knows what He's doing.
As the Saddleback Church community in Lake Forest, California, continues reeling from the arrest of a youth mentor on charges relating to molesting two teenage boys, some are questioning whether the mentor was a paid employee or a volunteer — as the megachurch stated.