An Illinois school district has sent a cease and desist letter to a community member who was handing out Bibles to students on school property and has threatened to call the cops if Bible distribution continues.
Maine's Republican Gov. Paul LePage has vetoed a controversial bill that would have banned therapy to help minors with unwanted same-sex attraction in the state, saying it posed a threat to religious liberty.
The first member of the U.S. armed forces to be reinstated after having been discharged for being a lesbian is slamming transgender bathroom laws and ideology, saying they represent "unspeakable oppression" of women and children.
The Rev. Franklin Graham has responded to the removal of bus ads promoting his upcoming evangelistic festival in England amid outcry from LGBT activists, saying he's "sorry that some see hope as offensive."
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.
The retired Florida firefighter whose "Trump Prophecy" movie will be featured in an upcoming theatrical release, says God sent two signs during Justice Antonin Scalia's funeral in 2016 to showed that He was reserving the Supreme Court nomination for President Donald Trump.
A Christian bed-and-breakfast owner in Hawaii, who was found by a lower court to have violated anti-discrimination laws by denying a lesbian couple a shared bedroom, has seen her petition for review to the state Supreme Court rejected.
Ted Hickman, the vice mayor of Dixon, California, is under fire from LGBT advocates who are calling for his resignation after he declared July "Straight Pride American Month" in an op-ed published two weeks ago in a local newspaper and on his personal website.
A number of former foster children who are now helping others find homes through faith-based adoption agencies told a Michigan court on Thursday that there will be "devastating" consequences if such agencies are shut down over their views on gay marriage.
Fresh Fire USA founder and healing evangelist Todd Bentley claimed during a "Supernatural Debt Forgiveness Jubilee Service" Sunday that he has had live encounters with angels during his ministry similar to those experienced by biblical figures, including a visit from a shirtless "financial angel" in a dingy hotel room and another in his home where the angel wrestled him in his bed.
A new report reveals that former UCLA Bruins standout Billy Knight, whose body was found near a construction site in Phoenix early Sunday morning, was set to appear in court soon to face sexual abuse and molestation charges.
A professor with Liberty University, one of the largest conservative Christian universities in America, has been arrested by authorities in Virginia on charges relating to sexual exploitation of a child younger than 15.
A federal court ruled Tuesday that the Trump administration wrongly denied asylum to dozens of Iranian Christians and other religious minorities who were invited to seek asylum in the United States under a Congressionally enacted program.
Mark Edwin Aderholt, who recently served as the associate executive director and chief strategist for the South Carolina Baptist Convention until his resignation less than a month ago, has been arrested and charged for sexually assaulting a teenager in Arlington, Texas, more than 20 years ago.
A young Oregon Christian couple who relied on faith alone to heal their sick newborn twin daughter were sentenced to nearly seven years in prison for the baby's death in 2017 after pleading guilty to criminally negligent homicide, the Clackamas County District Attorney's Office announced Monday.
Amid the hysteria surrounding the separation of immigrant families who recently entered the U.S. illegally, one of President Donald Trump's spiritual advisers, Paula White, is speaking out in support of stronger border laws and explains the difference between Jesus as a refugee and those who break immigration laws.
Indiana's First Church of Cannabis' three-year legal battle to win a religious exemption to use marijuana as a holy sacrament was snuffed out on Friday when Marion County Superior Court Judge Sheryl Lynch dismissed the case, arguing it would make life difficult for law enforcement.
In the summer of 2015, 53-year-old Vitaly Korchevsky, pastor of the Slavic Evangelical Baptist Church in Brookhaven, Pennsylvania, insisted to his congregants that his heart was "clean before the Lord" after he was arrested for his alleged involvement in what the FBI called the largest known computer hacking and securities fraud scheme.
A distraught Alabama man who attempted to pull a gun at the pulpit of a local church during a row over his pending divorce was quickly disarmed by quick-thinking members Sunday and handed over to police.