President Donald Trump told North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that he is "praying to God" he doesn't have to use the United States' "massive" nuclear weapons, as he canceled their planned meeting for June 12 in Singapore.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has listed the memoir of a professor at Duke Divinity School talking about her fight with cancer among his top five summer books reading list.
New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan, one of the top conservative Roman Catholic Church leaders in America, mused over Pope Francis' recent comments about God loving gay people by suggesting that Jesus Christ could have said the same thing.
Paige Patterson, the now former Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary president, has released a statement about his decision to resign by saying that he's "hurt" by the events that transpired amid controversies surrounding his past comments, but has vowed to carry on his Christian witness.
U.K. television presenter Simon Thomas has said that losing his wife to cancer suddenly last year was the "biggest test" of his Christian faith, but added that he can not bring himself to abandon God.
The Southern Baptist Convention has now officially severed its ties with the District of Columbia Baptist Convention after the latter refused to remove a married lesbian couple as co-pastors from a church in the nation's capital.
Reports in the Netherlands have warned that each year, nearrly 1,400 underage Dutch girls are groomed and lured into sex slavery by men largely from migrant backgrounds.
A Republican candidate for county commission in Dallas has said that his views regarding who his children can marry have "evolved," after it was found out that he established a trust giving them incentives for marrying only white, Christian people.
Two of Nigeria's largest Christian associations have warned of grave consequences, including an open "religious war," if a 15-year-old Christian girl kidnapped by Islamic radical group Boko Haram dies in captivity.
A pastor of Celestial Church of Christ in Nigeria has been arrested in Lagos State after a woman who had taken one of his "spiritual concoctions" died.
Parents at a New York City high school are outraged that a moment of silence was held last week to honor the 60 Palestinians who were killed in Gaza as Hamas staged violent protests against Israeli soldiers. Over 50 of those killed were Hamas fighters.
Bible Answer Man Says Abortion, Homosexuality Leading to Christian Decline as Muslim Population Grows
"Bible Answer Man" Hank Hanegraaff has said that there are two main reasons why Islam will soon eclipse Christianity as the world's dominant religion, and accused post-Christian cultures of playing a part in that development by embracing abortion and other practices.
Evangelical ethicist Russell D. Moore has joined other parents online expressing their "horror" at an interpretation of the children's movie "Show Dogs," released last week, which some say could be used to promote child grooming and sexual abuse.
Gospel of John Transforms Animistic Headhunters Into Jesus Heart Hunters: Int'l Day for the Unreached
All it took was a single copy of the Gospel of John to transform a tribe of animistic headhunters into followers and preachers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, a missionary leader revealed at the International Day for the Unreached prayer event on Sunday.
The last will and testament of famous evangelist Billy Graham, who died at the age of 99 in February, has been released to the public.
Roman Catholic Church leader Pope Francis has reportedly told a gay man who is a victim of clerical sex abuse that God made him gay and loves him the way he is.
Jimmy Carter Condemns Sex-Selective Abortion, Killing at Birth of 160 Million Girls, in Liberty U Address
Former President Jimmy Carter, who said he is still an evangelical, called on all Christians to come together in his Liberty University commencement address Saturday in Virginia. He also identified the killings and abortions of 160 million girls around the world today as one of the greatest injustices facing humanity.
Pop star Beyoncé Knowles-Carter has reportedly bought her own church building in New Orleans, weeks following a controversial mass held in her honor at an Episcopal cathedral in San Francisco.
Ten evangelical pastors and their wives are among the 110 people who died in a plane crash near La Haban in Cuba on Friday, their church has confirmed.
'Purge Against Christians' in Eastern China: Religious Meetings Banned, Parents Told to Renounce Jesus
A government crackdown that watchdog groups are calling a "purge against Christians" is reportedly underway in Zhejiang province in Eastern China, with all religious meetings banned, and parents told to renounce their faith in Jesus Christ.
Persecution watchdog group Open Doors reports that at least 10 people have been killed and a 14-year-old girl was raped earlier this week at a Christian college it helped to construct in South Sudan.
Coptic Christians in Egypt enter into this year's Islamic celebrations of Ramadan under intense pressure, a persecution watchdog group has said, but they are showing their faith in Jesus by continuing a centuries-old tattoo tradition.
U.S. President Donald Trump touched upon some of the significant aspects of the Islamic faith in an official White House statement recognizing the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, saying that Muslims can show others how to live a "holy life."
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has slammed accusations spread on social media that she is a lesbian and once lived with her girlfriend, insisting that they are lies and that she lives her life according to the Bible.
Bishop E.W. Jackson, founder of The Called Church in Virginia, has told Christians that failing to vote is a "sin against God" in his campaign video running as a Republican for a U.S. Senate seat.