The pastor whose church is hosting the Revoice conference next weekend is addressing the confusion many have expressed about the upcoming Revoice conference amid concerns unclean spirituality is being allowed into the Church.
Federal Court to Decide if Church Can Fire Pastor for Not Attracting Members and Spending Too Much Money
A federal appeals court is set to decide this year if a historic black church in Pittsburgh has a First Amendment right to fire its pastor after church expenses doubled and membership plummeted under his leadership.
The Uniting Church in Australia's Assembly voted Saturday to change the denomination's definition of marriage and allow ministers to officiate weddings for same-sex couples.
Lawyers for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit from a woman accusing a former leader of the organization's Missionary Training Center, of sexual assault arguing that it is too late.
Brian Johnson, worship pastor at Bethel Church in Redding, California, is gearing up to release a new book that details how he overcame his struggles with anxiety.
A Kentucky pastor who purged the rolls of his church of members who he says have been attending church poorly, is now coming under fire for how the now fuming ex-members say they were delisted.
Amid concerns that the office of priesthood attracts narcissists, the Church of England wants all trainee priests to go through personality tests before their induction.
A former South Carolina Baptist Convention leader, who recently resigned and has been arrested over sex abuse allegations, was given a job as an executive pastor by a Baptist church just two months after resigning from the International Mission Board over an investigation into the claims, a Texas newspaper has found.
Theologian Rebukes Pastor Steven Furtick's Claim That Doubting Bible Is OK, Says 'Doubt Is Disobedience'
An author and associate professor of Christian theology has hit back against Elevation Church pastor Steven Furtick's recent message that it's not wrong for Christians to have doubts.
Three years after nine members of the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, were violently gunned down by an avowed white racist during a Bible study in June 2017, church officials announced Sunday that they will be honored with a memorial.
Pastor Chris Conlee had an emotional final Sunday at Highpoint Church, just days after he announced his resignation from the church he founded following the sex abuse scandal of former teaching pastor Andy Savage.
The Episcopal Church's General Convention, led by Bishop Michael Curry, passed a resolution last Friday that expanded the right for gay couples to marry in all dioceses even where local bishops theologically object to same-sex marriage.
Greg Laurie, senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship, described in an end times message on Sunday what the antichrist will be like when he comes on earth.
People sin on a regular basis because humans are innately fallible, but is merely being tempted to sin wrong in it of itself?
A Christian ministry assisting Syrian refugees in Lebanon who have lost everything has said that many Muslims are coming to faith in Jesus Christ, which lifts them out of depression, even as they face great struggles.
A California pastor believes the vacancy on the Supreme Court is part of a divine "blueprint for justice" unfolding in the United States, and God is paving the way for Roe v. Wade's demise.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, July 15-21, in Church history. They include the birth of prolific hymnist Isaac Watts, the Vatican signing a concordat with the Nazis, and a popular fundamentalist preacher shooting a man dead.
The African Methodist Episcopal Church recently announced an innovative economic partnership with Black-owned banks across the country aimed at increasing wealth in the black community through business development and homeownership.
A group of evangelical leaders and megachurch pastors who serve as informal advisers to the Trump administration on Friday visited about 165 immigrant children who are being housed at a foster facility in Virginia and brought with them inflatable water rides, a Liberty University soccer clinic and lunch.
Episcopal Church Holds Off on Prayer Book Gender Language Revision; Calls for New Liturgical Texts Instead
The Episcopal Church has held off on editing their Book of Common Prayer to possibly remove gender specific language for God. Instead, they passed a resolution encouraging the creation of new liturgies.
Perry Noble's new Second Chance Church finally found a new home about two years after the famed megachurch founder and pastor was fired from South Carolina's largest church because of his alcohol addiction.
One of the challenges facing church leaders today is finding ways to draw younger adults to church and keep them coming back.
A seminary professor has argued that the biblical account of King David and Bathsheba should be treated as a "Me Too story," not as a consensual affair as it is sometimes portrayed.
Highpoint Church, whose teaching pastor Andy Savage resigned over past sexual abuse, announced on Wednesday that its lead pastor, Chris Conlee, has also resigned.
Perry Noble, now of Second Chance Church, has issued what he called his "last apology" two years after his firing as senior pastor at NewSpring Church in South Carolina, telling his detractors that he doesn't need them, and that he's moving on.
If you don't have doubts about the Bible, chances are you are not reading it or don't plan on living according to its message, Steven Furtick, pastor of the popular Elevation Church in North Carolina, said.
A predominantly African-American megachurch in Texas says it might leave the United Methodist Church amid the denomination's ongoing debate over issues like homosexuality and same-sex marriage.
Not long after Pastor Robert Morris' near-death experience, members of Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas, took part in a record-breaking blood donation drive that would save over 4,600 lives.
The Episcopal Church's House of Bishops have voted unanimously to re-admit the Cuba church as an official diocese of the mainline denomination, decades after officially cutting ties.
The Church of England has reported its first ever decline in planned donations since records started being kept, with some leaders pointing to millennials who are not giving as much as previous generations.