Nick Hall, founder of PULSE, a student-led prayer and evangelism movement, believes a "new generation of Billy Grahams" is on the verge of rising up as the United States continues to experience moral and spiritual decline.
Bill Hybels, founder and senior pastor of the multi-campus Willow Creek Community Church, has denied multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, including a consensual affair with a married woman, who retracted her claims. Investigations commissioned by the church also could not substantiate the allegations.
Notable apologist and author Alex McFarland's latest Truth for a New Generation conference will have a focus on saving the United States and its constitutional rights.
Life Application Ministries in Warren, Michigan, already spent $1.2 million to build a community center. But the incomplete building will now be razed by the city after neighbors agreed that it had become a public nuisance after dealing with years of its stalled completion.
Despite repeated calls to address the issue, the Episcopal Church U.S.A. remains in denial about alcoholism and addiction among its leaders, according to a recent report to the General Convention.
A Baptist church in North Carolina has discontinued funding to the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship because the congregation feels the organization's new hiring policy opening the door to LGBT employees is still too discriminatory.
A university instructor, who has been conducting research on church attendance in America, has found that people who become born-again Christians do not start going to services significantly more often than before.
Popular Christian preacher and founder of Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley, California, Francis Chan recently invoked Scripture in warning Christians to be careful of how they criticize church leaders.
An Amillennial, Calvinistic pastor of a church in Oklahoma believes affirming the inerrancy of the Bible is as critical today as it has ever been, and has addressed 10 common objections.
Embattled Highpoint Church Teaching Pastor Andy Savage announced to the church Tuesday that he has resigned from his position after coming to a better understanding of the trauma he caused his victim, Jules Woodson, 20 years ago.
Practicing homosexual Cincinnati pastor David Meredith is once again at risk of losing his job because of his gay marriage after a regional United Methodist Church appeals court on Monday ordered the West Ohio Committee on Investigation to rehear the case to determine if he is fit for ministry.
Conservative group Focus on the Family has hit back against comedian and late night host John Oliver over a children's book written by Vice President Mike Pence's daughter, calling his mocking of the effort "vicious, vulgar, and vile."
A group of Catholics are planning to hold a conference in Rome next month in response to concerns they have about the direction of the Church under Pope Francis.
Reformed theologian John Piper says 30 years ago he went through an unexpected crisis that left him in a state of "inexplicable depression."
A church in Northville Township, Michigan, is raising eyebrows with a billboard in Wayne County that is urging people to "skip church this Easter," seemingly adapting a message that atheist organizations have pushed.
Of all the theological squabbles that have plagued evangelical Christianity over the years, especially in the West, a particularly profound division centers on the power of the Holy Spirit and the manner in which He is at work today.
A former professional football player has planted a church in Minnesota, hoping to established an evangelical witness to a population increasing thanks to new economic opportunities.
The pastor and members of a Tennessee church were forced to defend their guest speaker, controversial internet preacher Greg Locke, during their spring revival service last Thursday after he was publicly rebuked for "not living up to what a pastor needs to be."
This Week in Christian History: Fanny Crosby, Archbishop Burned at the Stake, 'Amazing Grace' Author Converted
Here are just a few things that happened this week, March 18-24, in Church history. They include the birth of a prolific hymnist, the martyrdom of an archbishop, and the conversion of the man behind the classic hymn "Amazing Grace."
Meeting the pastor after worship, being greeted at the entrance, and filling out cards to drop off during offering are the most common ways American churches welcome guests, according to a newly released report by LifeWay Research.
Theologian and author John Piper is blaming what he calls the 50 years of the "egalitarian myth" that men and women are basically the same, for the rampant sex abuse now coming to light.
Craig Johnson, the director of ministries at Pastor Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, clearly remembers the day his 5-year-old son, Connor, spoke for the first time in three years.
The former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams suggested this week that the reason the Church of England neglected to take action in a specific sexual misconduct scandal was because the offending bishop, jailed in 2015 for several crimes, was gay.
A Southern Baptist church treasurer in Missouri has been arrested and indicted by a federal grand jury after it was alleged that he stole between $300,000 to $750,000 from his congregation, which suffered the loss of its church building in a "suspicious" December 2016 fire.
Indian Pastor Slashed With Machete by Hindu Extremist Miraculously Recovers, Vows to Continue Ministry
An Indian Christian pastor who miraculously recovered after a Hindu extremist attacked him with a machete said the persecution he's endured for his faith has only increased his passion for the Lord.
Several congregants at a historic church in London were offended that a Star Wars "Stormtrooper" crucifixion was being displayed as part of a "Stations of the Cross" exhibit that opened to the public Thursday.
An Easter sign by an Australian church featuring the word "Jesus" was recently barred at a local shopping center in New South Wales, with the property company initially offering the phrase "risen Christ" to be used instead.
Hobby Lobby owners Steve and Jackie Green opened up about the "phenomenal" response they've seen from the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. and revealed they're just at the "starting line" when it comes to fulfilling their mission of sharing the Gospel around the world.
Michelle Qureshi, wife of the late Muslim-turned-Christian apologist Nabeel Qureshi, offered words of encouragement to Christians from Muslim backgrounds and shared the three things her late husband would say to recent converts.
Pastor John Hagee Dedicates State-of-the-Art Home to Expectant Mothers in Crisis: 'Help Is Mandated'
Megachurch Pastor John Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, has officially dedicated a new state-of-the-art facility to expectant mothers in crisis so that they and their children can have a safe space to build a "strong foundation for a fulfilling life."