Joshua A. Goldberg
The American Psychological Association (APA) adopted a resolution Wednesday advising mental health professionals to avoid telling clients that they can change their sexual orientation through therapy or other treatments.
Marie Huttenlock Little, the widow of late evangelism guru Paul Little, passed away last week after more than six decades of ministry. She was 91.
The Catholic students of Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, Calif., are the "most religious" among students from the nation\'s top schools, according to The Princeton Review\'s latest college ratings.
Though trustees of the North American Mission Board passed a resolution just two months ago unanimously praising the Southern Baptist entity\'s president for his \"exemplary, unique leadership and vision\" and expressing their \"unified support\" of him, there has been considerable discussion over Geoff Hammond\'s future as NAMB head.
Around 65,000 youth and young adults flooded the Gateway Arch Grounds in St. Louis on Sunday to hear the sounds of Christian rock, hip-hop, and rap artists, as well as messages delivered by evangelist Franklin Graham.
Around 32,000 Pentecostals from around the world will be gathering in Orlando, Fla., this week for the 53rd Assemblies of God General Council, which officially opens Monday.
Churches across St. Louis are praying that the high-energy youth outreach of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association will bring about revival in their city, which Washington-based CQ Press last year listed as having the fourth worst crime rate among U.S. cities.
More than 600 faith leaders from all 50 states have endorsed a letter calling for state and federal officials to raise the minimum wage to $10 in 2010.
Approximately 400 Baptist leaders from more than 50 countries are convening in Ede, Netherlands, this week for the Baptist World Alliance Annual Gathering.
The patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church has arrived in Ukraine's capital city for a ten-day visit aimed at reasserting Moscow's authority over the church body's leaders in the predominantly Orthodox country.