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Days after some 50 evangelical leaders gathered at Wheaton College in Illinois to discuss the state of evangelicalism in the Trump era, prominent evangelist Franklin Graham decided to weigh in on "what is evangelical?"
Jay and Kateri Schwandt, a devout Catholic couple from Michigan who were still holding onto a glimmer of hope that they would welcome a daughter to their brood of 13 sons with the birth of their newborn, released that hope Wednesday when Kateri gave birth to another boy, named Finley Sheboygan Schwandt.
Rachael Denhollander, a former gymnast who preached the Gospel at the trial of former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, and also accused Sovereign Grace Ministries of sex abuse cover-up, has been featured in Time magazine's top 100 most influential people in the world list for 2018.
Parents of students at a high school in Chicago are claiming victory after a controversial sex education program they warned would have promoted "casual hook-up sex" and pornography to students was postponed.
'If It Wasn't for My Faith in God,' I Wouldn't Have Survived After the Columbine Massacre, Principal Frank DeAngelis Says
"How could God possibly let this happen?'" asked Frank DeAngelis, the former principal of Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, after 12 students and one teacher were murdered on April 20, 1999.
As Southwest Flight 1380 from New York to Dallas began rapidly descending after the plane's left engine exploded and unleashed chaos and fear into the lives of the 144 passengers and five crew members onboard, Pastor Timothy C. Bourman who was on the flight with his wife Amanda, begged God to send them angels.
A pro-Israel Christian organization has taken issue with a recently released joint statement by several mainline church groups denouncing violence against Palestinian protesters.
A national religious freedom law group has come to the aid of Baptist United States Army Chaplain Scott Squires, who faces possible career-threatening consequences because he followed Southern Baptist Convention guidelines on marriage.
The editors of The Christian Post have organized a multi-part series that will seek to look beyond the debate over gun control and delve into the societal factors that plague modern America, especially our children.
"Inside Edition" correspondent Megan Alexander said that many Christians complain about what's on TV and in movies, but that there aren't enough believers working in newsrooms, production studios and at other influential outfits to help turn the tide with more positive and uplifting messages.
'Hero' Southwest Airlines Pilot Tammie Jo Shults a 'Strong Christian' Whose Faith Guided Safe Landing
Tammie Jo Shults, the pilot hailed as a hero for safely landing a Southwest Airlines plane after one of the jet's engines failed, is a "strong Christian lady" whose faith contributed to her calm state amid the emergency landing, according to friends and family.
A conservative legal group has taken issue with a recent opinion piece published by the American Medical Association, which suggested that crisis pregnancy centers are "unethical," largely because they do not offer abortions.
America's leading political and religious figures have come together to offer their condolences to the family of former first lady of the United States Barbara Bush, who died on Tuesday at the age of 92.
People of all political and religious stripes are broadcasting their love for Chick-fil-A following a testy New Yorker article saying the fast food chain was making a "creepy infiltration" of New York City.
The wife of Alabama evangelist Acton Bowen has filed for a divorce after her husband was arrested last week and charged with sex crimes involving a minor. Meanwhile, two board members have resigned from the ministry Bowen founded.
American Atheists President David Silverman has been fired from his position at one of America's largest secular organizations, after sexual misconduct allegations against him came to light.
Jessica Willis Fisher, the 26-year-old daughter of The Willis Clan patriarch Toby, has revealed that she suffered decades of sex abuse, beatings, and manipulation at the hands of her father.
A new scholarship now being offered at a prominent evangelical college named after a former professor who infamously claimed that Christians and Muslims worship the same God is confusing some while being celebrated by others.
Televangelist Ernest Angley, Accused of Scaring Congregants Into Working at Buffet for Free, Wins Case
Televangelist Ernest Angley and the Cathedral Buffet in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, saw an earlier decision against them overturned by an appeals court on Monday, regarding congregants who said they were pressured to work for free at the for-profit restaurant.
An Illinois public school district has "taken steps to ensure" that a middle school principal will no longer send parents emails inviting them to participate in a prayer gathering at the school's flagpole.
Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson personally apologized and took the blame for a controversial arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia store, which occurred while they waited for a friend last Thursday, and asked the public not to blame the manager involved in the incident.
A 60-year-old gay and transgender rights lawyer, known for the "Boys Don't Cry" rape and murder case, died after he set himself on fire in a New York park to protest climate change.
President Donald Trump "understands the power of prayer," Rev. Franklin Graham said on "Fox & Friends" after airstrikes on chemical-weapon targets in Syria.
Former first lady Barbara Bush, who had been through "a series of hospitalizations" recently and is in "failing health," has decided not to seek any additional medical treatment, according to a Bush family spokesman.
A federal judge ruled on Friday against President Donald Trump's latest attempts to ban transgender troops from serving in the U.S. military, arguing that they are a protected class that has faced oppression in America.
An article in The New Yorker magazine scorns the popularity of Chick-fil-A, the fast food chicken chain with Christian values, in New York City, calling it "creepy pervasive Christian traditionalism." The author says its presence is "awash with cash, Christ, and evangelizing Cows."
After President Donald Trump announced airstrikes on chemical-weapon targets in Syria in coordination with the U.K. and France, the Open Doors ministry called for urgent prayers for the Syrian people "during this tragic and complex time" due to a "monstrous regime" and an unending civil war.
The First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, raised millions of dollars after a mass shooting killed more than two dozen worshipers five months ago, but families of some victims claim they haven't received any money while the church is planning to build a new $3 million sanctuary.
An 80-year-old nun, who is suffering from breast cancer and is part of a legal battle with pop star Katy Perry and the archbishop of Los Angeles over the sale of a convent in California, has appealed to Pope Francis to intervene, saying "they'll have to kill me first if they want to keep me quiet."