Up until a few months ago, keeping up with the latest digital trends was literally the last thing on pastors’ minds.
Well-known leaders from a variety of Christian traditions worldwide are interceding in prayer amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
A "faith over fear" charitable effort where people are putting crosses wrapped in Christmas lights in their yards during the COVID-19 crisis is spreading around the nation, though some have misinterpreted what it is.
Only God can affect true heart and life change — and pastor Stephen Wilson knows that all too well.
On Sunday morning, the streets of Manhattan were mostly empty except for essential workers and others running to get food at grocery stores or exercise.
Many churches have closed their doors to visitors in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
As many Americans self-quarantine amid the coronavirus outbreak, Nick Hall, the founder of the millennial-led evangelism movement PULSE, has launched a new Instagram TV series to help millennials and teens stay spiritually healthy.
A congregation in Ohio decided to host “Drive In Church” services as a way of gathering people together for worship while being wary of concerns over spreading the coronavirus.
Wycliffe Associates has released a new translation of the New Testament in a new concept-based language that deaf and blind people across the globe can begin learning in less than a week.
Actress Jennifer Garner revealed that she won’t let her teenage daughter join Instagram because, she said, “I don’t see anything positive for you out there.”