The bearded minstrels on 'Duck Dynasty' transition from duck calls to altar calls, continuing a yearly tradition of preaching at White's Ferry Road Church of Christ.
A coalition of doctors and a legal defense organization called for an investigation of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England's illegal sale of abortion-inducing drugs, which Planned Parenthood sold after the FDA's permission of 49 days from a women's last menstrual cycle.
A Texas megachurch released its choir's debut album last month, in an effort to spread God's presence to the homes of thousands.
For one night, Christian rock will blast out across the country as over 400 movie theaters channel the pulse of "Surge," with famous bands such as Newsboys, Casting Crowns, and Lecrae, while comedian John Gray will crack jokes to bolster faith among teens and prepare them for life's struggles.
A Christian scholar and Harvard graduate spent ten weeks sleeping on the streets with the homeless, and came back warning Christians not to just tell them about Jesus.
Following a controversy over baptism permits last week, the National Park Service has denied charges of discrimination against Christianity in general and Missouri Baptists or Pentecostals in particular.
TobyMac Visits Alma Mater Liberty University, Says School Was 'Pivotal In My Life' and Changed His Music
Award-winning Christian music artist Toby McKeehan, better known as TobyMac, paid tribute to Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., this past week. He visited the school where he graduated in 1988, shot some hoops, hooked up with some old friends, and thanked his alma mater for promoting his upcoming tour.
Christian Music Fest at Walt Disney World, Universal Studios to Feature TobyMac, Switchfoot, Chris Tomlin, MercyMe, Lecrae
Eighteen Christian artists and bands, including TobyMac, MercyMe, Steven Curtis Chapman, and the Newsboys, will rock the "Night of Joy" concert at Orlando's Walt Disney World next weekend, while 17 more – including Lecrae, Relient K, and Switchfoot – will jam out at nearby Universal Studios Orlando.
Pro-Life Advocate: Closure of Some 54 Abortion Clinics Since 2010 Mostly Due to Stricter Health, Safety Regulations
A former Congresswoman and pro-life advocate believes that the closure of at least 54 abortion clinics since 2010, as reported by The Huffington Post, is due to stricter sanitary and health regulations more than anything else.
A new spiritual biography of the great Christian scholar and author C. S. Lewis, released in anticipation of the 50th anniversary of his death, portrays a man utterly transformed by his conversion to Christianity – only in Jesus did this proud loner find friends, joy, and laughter.
America Distracted: Focused on Miley Cyrus Twerking Instead of Global Crisis in Syria, Possible WWIII
Miley Cyrus' viral and controversial MTV VMA performance may distract Americans from noticing the critical situation in Syria that could suck the United States into another war, noted media experts looking at search engine analytics.
A homeschool girl, now studying at a state college, says that instead of stunting her social and intellectual growth, homeschooling actually toughened her up for the real challenges of college life. Christian homeschooling advocates argue that studying at home frees kids up to thrive and is a better option than public and even private school for grades K-12.
Pastors and church members gathered at New Hope Church Honolulu, Hawaii on Monday to protest the Freedom to Marry Act, which may pass in a special session this Fall, to make Hawaii the 14th state to legalize gay marriage.
50 Years After MLK Jr.'s 'I Have a Dream' Speech, Black Pastor Looks to Church to Heal Racial Wounds
A black megachurch pastor said that despite great advances from the violence of the 1960s, America still has work to do in solving racial wounds. But he hopes that the Church will lead the way in reconciling the racial divide.
A book on the Common Core recommended reading list has sparked outrage among Christian leaders and one community in Colorado for its graphic and non-judgmental portrayal of rape, pedophilia, and incest.
Conservative actor and writer Chuck Norris argued for local and parental control of education, as advocated by the author of the Declaration of Independence, the founder of the Library of Congress, and America's Third President – Thomas Jefferson.
In a bipartisan op-ed in the Washington Post, Robert P. George, Republican chairman of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), and Democratic Vice Chair Katrina Lantos Swett, urged the Obama administration to renew its concern about six countries with serious religious freedom problems.
Latin dancing star Paul Karmiryan hip hopped out of his comfort zone on "So You Think You Can Dance" Tuesday night, rocking out to Christian rapper Tedashii's "Dum Dum," a song featuring Lecrae and the line "Life in Christ got me finished like I crossed the line."
A pastor who was sentenced to death in Egypt for converting from Islam to Christianity attacked President Obama's foreign policy as "the definition of insanity" on former Governor Mike Huckabee's radio show.
Pro-Life activists praised Biola University, a private Christian university in La Mirada, Calif., for publicly apologizing for a May incident where it denied recent nursing graduate Diana Jimenez the ability to display a graphic anti-abortion sign.
In a major policy change, one of Canada's largest ministries, Christian Horizons, will no longer force all job applicants to sign a "Statement of Faith" acknowledging the Gospel. The ministry announced, in partnership with the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) – a group which successfully sued them for discriminating against a homosexual worker – that they will open jobs to non-Christians.
A new band launched by Seattle's Mars Hill Church released a worship album featuring two hymns and two new worship ballads set to music inspired by modern Alternative Rock bands like "The Killers."
John Bramlett's alcohol-fueled anger got him kicked out of pro-baseball, caused him to abuse his wife and two sons, and even landed him in jail. But he became a Christian and 40 years later his story, which has reportedly inspired thousands of people, will be preserved in an upcoming documentary.
An Egyptian Christian, who is a research fellow at an institute for religious freedom in the U.S, says last week's attacks on Christian churches and believers in Egypt are the worst in 700 years and believes Western media has not covered the chaos accurately.
A Reformed historian claims that John Calvin, whom thousands celebrated on the 500th anniversary of his birth in 2009, should not be considered the founder of Reformed Protestantism, or more commonly known as "Calvinism."