The pastor of the church in Texas that suffered the worst mass shooting in the state's history earlier in November admitted that holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas are hard to cope with now, but said that he places his trust in Jesus Christ.
A man wrongfully convicted in California of the 1978 double-murder of a woman and her child is spending his first Thanksgiving Day as a free man in 39 years, after being released on the basis of DNA evidence.
Evangelical Christian pastors and ministry leaders are speaking out in thanks to God on Thanksgiving Day in the United States, encouraging Christians to be grateful always, even when things aren't going their way.
Haiti is not prepared to receive 60,000 of its citizens who have been living in the United States under protected status since 2010 after an earthquake devastated the island nation, a missionary said. And some Haitian Christians in the U.S. are "terrified" they are being uprooted and forced to return.
A Florida church that posted a controversial warning that its pastors are "heavily armed" and ready to use "deadly force" continues stirring debates online two weeks after the mass slaughter at a church in Texas.
The nation's largest secular legal organization is now pressuring a Georgia public school district to force a high school band director to change the theme of the band's performances because they have a biblical theme.
Administrators in a Tennessee town are thinking about altering a city ordinance that critics say infringes upon individuals' First Amendment rights after a Christian street preacher claims he was prevented from evangelizing on a public sidewalk.
CBS and other networks on Monday suspended Charlie Rose, one of the most prominent American interviewers, after eight women told The Washington Post he sexually harassed them and prompted Rose to apologize for his "inappropriate behavior."
The conservative American Family Association has published a guide for Americans ahead of this holiday season ranking retailers in terms of how Christmas-friendly they are, warning that there are some forces in society that "want to eradicate" Christianity.
The American mother who alongside her Canadian husband and three children was rescued from a Taliban-affiliated extremist group has revealed that she was repeatedly raped after guards murdered her unborn child in a forced abortion.
A school district in Oklahoma is investigating a high school football coach after the nation's largest secular legal organization voiced concern that the coach was seen praying with his student athletes before a Nov. 3 game.
The conservative news website Newsmax.com has released a list of 100 most influential evangelicals in America, which consists of many of the biggest names in evangelical Christianity and a few surprises.
Debra Tate, the sister of Charles Manson murder victim Sharon Tate, said that right after she got a call from California prison officials informing her that the man behind her sister's death was dead on Sunday, she said a prayer for his soul.
Nebraska Republican Senator Ben Sasse spoke to a crowd of about 500 Christian conservatives at the "Celebrate the Family Banquet" in Des Moines during the weekend, telling them he was not there to talk about politics or elections and criticizing both liberals and conservatives for rejecting religious liberty and not believing in the freedom of the press, respectively.
A Catholic priest from Detroit, Michigan, Father Solanus Casey, is one step closer to becoming a possible Catholic saint after a beatification mass was held in the city on Saturday, 60 years after his death. Not allowed to preach, the priest served the needy and was recognized for his humility that brought people to God.
Popular televangelist and President Donald Trump's spiritual adviser, Paula White, reportedly lost hundreds of members and thousands of dollars in weekly donations from her predominantly black congregation at New Destiny Christian Center because of her relationship with the president, her only child and associate pastor at the church, Bradley Knight, says.
Baptist pastors and other ministers in Alabama have denounced and condemned sexual abuse, assault, harassment and exploitation of women, especially by men in power, in the wake of sexual misconduct accusations against Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Roy Moore.
Congressional Democrats are speaking out after sexual misconduct allegations were lodged against Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., with many condemning the liberal lawmaker but stopping short of saying he should resign.
A history professor at a university in California instructed her students to use gender-neutral language when writing their research reports and warned them not to use certain gender-specific language and pronouns.
The National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday opened a 3-D virtual tour into one of Christianity's holiest sites, the "tomb of Christ" located at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
Mayhem erupted at a Tennessee church Thursday after an elderly man celebrating at an early Thanksgiving event with other seniors accidentally shot his wheelchair bound wife during a gun safety discussion.
Officials at Queens College in New York City say they will change policies that discriminated against pro-life student groups by not giving them official recognition, after a settlement was reached in a lawsuit against the school.
Three Ohio pastors already facing charges of sex trafficking underage girls were slapped with a new indictment Tuesday that alleges they conspired to exploit their victims. They all pleaded not guilty to the crimes that could keep them behind bars for the rest of their lives.
The athletic association that governs most of New Jersey's high school sports has updated its policy to allow biological male students to play on girls sports teams and vice versa without having to provide proof or some sort of documentation of their gender dysphoria.