A Christian speaker and blogger has shared her story of leaving behind a "super wild" lifestyle with other women and turning to Jesus in a video on Facebook that's sparking a debate online.
Archaeologists in Israel said Monday that a rare 2,700-year-old clay seal discovered bearing ancient Hebrew script and belonging to a governor of Jerusalem corresponds to a number of accounts in the Bible.
An Iranian Christian agency is speaking out against a prominent bishop who recently claimed that Christians in the Islamic Republic "enjoy complete freedom."
Pastor John Gray, who is set to take over at Redemption Church in Greenville, South Carolina, in 2018, responded to criticism of rich church leaders by pointing out that God blessed many people in the Bible with material possessions.
Nine people were killed in two terror attacks by gunmen on Coptic Christians Friday in the Egyptian capital Cairo, officials have said.
ISIS Calls for New Year's Eve Attacks on Churches, Public Places 'Regardless of Presence of Children'
The Islamic State terror group has called on its supporters around the world to carry out New Year's Eve attacks on churches and other public places, demanding violence regardless if children are present or not.
Tim Keller, along with the leadership of the Gospel Coalition, listed five main challenges and five main opportunities facing the Christian church in 2018. Among the challenges are "poorly formed Christians."
The Oregon Court of Appeals ruled on Thursday against a Christian couple who lost their bakery after a heavy fine for refusing to create a cake for a same-sex wedding back in 2013.
World-renowned evangelist the Rev. Billy Graham shared fourth place in Gallup's annual poll that asks Americans which man they most admire, with Pope Francis, President Donald Trump, and Barack Obama taking the top three spots.
Pastor Perry Noble, formerly of NewSpring Church in South Carolina and now of Second Chance Church, has hit back against the claims of a pastor who said that depressed people haven't made Jesus the center of their lives.
North Korea has been ranked as the worst country in the world for Christians to live by persecution watchdog groups, such as Open Doors USA, for 15 straight years, though in 2017 much of the world's fears centered on the nation's expanding nuclear weapons program.
Although 2017 brought some significant victories for Christians in the fight against terror, such as the defeat of the Islamic State terror group in Iraq and seizing the de facto capital of its self-declared caliphate in Raqqa, Syria, believers suffered a number of shocking attacks in different parts of the world throughout the year.
Jerushah Armfield, the granddaughter of famous evangelist Billy Graham, has said that her uncle Franklin Graham should cut down his praise for President Donald Trump, who he argued has not shown himself to be a Christian in his words and deeds.
Megachurch pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship in California has said that as many as 25,000 people in total decided to follow Jesus Christ with the help of his ministry, calling 2017 an "epic" year.
Former President Barack Obama told Britain's Prince Harry in an interview that the irresponsible use of social media could be dangerous, saying that it can allow some people to live in "different realities" and preserve their biases.
Paula White, who is President Donald Trump's spiritual adviser, said Trump, whom she called a "crusader," put Christmas, Jesus Christ, and prayer back in the White House.
Parents in the city of Wenzhou, also known as "China's Jerusalem" due to its large Christian community, are saying that they will continue teaching their children about the Bible and Jesus Christ despite the atheistic government's ban on Sunday School.
Christmas is celebrated by Christians in different ways around the world — some honor the birth of Jesus Christ on different dates; some observe the holiday by featuring giant Christmas trees, markets, and Nativity plays; while others are forced to celebrate in the deep secrecy under the most oppressive regimes.
2017 saw numerous archaeological discoveries that researchers connected to stories in the Bible, including new analysis strengthening historical accounts concerning the supposed tomb of Jesus Christ.
A prominent atheist group that in the past has claimed that Christians "stole Christmas" has now put out a full-page New York Times ad accusing President Donald Trump of "waging war" on the separation of church and state.
A school in Germany has decided to restrict its Christmas celebrations and stop performing music that contains Christian lyrics after a Muslim student complained that carols are incompatible with Islam.
A Kentucky Family Court judge who earlier this year said he cannot hear adoption cases involving gay or lesbian people, arguing that he is looking after the best interests of children, has been found guilty of misconduct.
Actor Stephen Baldwin has opened up about the rejection he feels from Hollywood, both due to his Christianity and his support for President Donald Trump, with producers openly saying they don't want him and his Bible around.
Trump Cutbacks to Refugees Forces Catholic Charities to Reluctantly Close Down Resettlement Ministry
The nonprofit Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Dubuque said it is reluctantly closing down its 77-year-old Refugee Resettlement ministry in Iowa, following President Donald Trump's dramatic reduction to the refugee quota.
Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, said the character Charlie Brown kept him from quitting ministry when facing church hypocrisy, sin, and deep depression.