Despite good intentions, the teaching of intersectionality in an increasingly polarized society is leading to angry anti-white, anti-male sentiments, warns Jonathan Haidt, a Jewish, atheist professor of social psychology at New York University whose scholarship is celebrated by many conservative Christians.
Dave Stone, senior pastor of Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky who announced his retirement at age 57, last month, said he chose to step down from the helm of the 25,000-member church to make way for younger leadership.
Serita Jakes, wife of popular televangelist Bishop T.D. Jakes, was visibly brought to tears last Wednesday as she listened to Allison Jean, mother of Botham Jean, talk about how she has been drawing strength from Scripture since her son was shot dead inside his Dallas apartment by local police officer Amber Guyger last month.
The multi-campus Harvest Bible Chapel in greater Chicago along with founder James MacDonald, has slapped several former workers and independent journalist Julie Roys with a defamation lawsuit alleging the publication of false information about the church, its finances and governance that resulted in the loss of 2,000 members.
Pastor Ryan Guard, former director of Willow Creek Community Church's high school ministry, Student Impact, has said that the real reason he left the ministry last year is because he was fired due to low attendance, not because he wasn't "gifted enough as a leader" as stated in an earlier narrative.
As the Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday and Wednesday's Powerball haul soared to a combined $2.22 billion over the weekend, Christians remained deeply divided over whether they should participate in the gamble even as studies show lotteries disproportionately attract those who can least afford it.
Just two months after his controversial firing from his lead pastor role at the multi-campus Crossroads Christian Church in Indiana, Patrick Garcia re-emerged amid a standing ovation Sunday as the lead pastor of The Hills Church, created by former Crossroads leaders and members.
After years of managing chronic depression and anxiety with medication and faith, Texas megachurch Pastor Tommy Nelson hosted a conference this weekend geared at helping others achieve mental health success using "biblical principles and practical truth."
Pastor John Schouten, founder of VGF Church, the largest church in Licking County, Ohio, has parted ways with his church after he was confronted with what was described as a "wrong, evil, and illegal" sexual sin he committed more than 30 years ago before he became a Christian.
Despite biblical warnings against the practice of witchcraft, the Rev. Valerie Love who describes herself as a practicing Christian witch and an ordained minister of spiritual consciousness, is insisting that there is nothing wrong with Christians being witches and has recently launched a school to help Christians tap into magic.
Nearly half of American children are now born to unmarried parents, according to a new report from the U.N.'s Population Fund, the largest international provider of sexual and reproductive health services.
Weeks after a video clip in which she declares she doesn't describe herself as a black woman because it gives "too much power" to her blackness went viral, "War Room" actor and evangelist Priscilla Shirer apologized to black Americans offended by her words.
Tia Coleman, a Christian woman who lost nine family members this summer in a boating accident in Branson, Missouri, is outraged that two companies facing multiple lawsuits over the accident have invoked an 1851 law used by vessel owners to avoid or limit legal damages.
A year after revealing to her fans that she is battling cancer, Christian country music star Jo Dee Messina says she is "leaning on God" to walk her through it as she released new music inspired by her battle.
The 21-year-old driver who was formally charged last June for a crash that killed 13 members of the First Baptist Church of New Braunfels, Texas, lost control of his truck due to use of marijuana combined with his misuse of prescription medication, the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday.
A majority of evangelicals now believe that God accepts the worship of all religions, according to a new study released by Ligonier Ministries that shows many have also grown confused about some core doctrines of the Christian faith.
If you don't know self-styled Texas prophet Joshua Holmes of Joshua Holmes Ministries, you don't know Jesus because he is "Jesus in the flesh," according to some who follow him. The flamboyant young minister, whom many critics dismiss as a dangerous departure from orthodox Christianity, has emerged in recent months as an online sensation.
International evangelist Christine Caine and her publishers have reached a settlement with Colorado author and life coach Carey Scott, who sued them in May for copying portions of a book she published in 2015 and including the lifted material in two best-selling books Caine later published.
Some two years after he was fired by the Word Network, which is described as the "largest African-American religious network in the world," for "numerous violations of corporate policy and misconduct," Paul Crouch Jr., the eldest son of the late TBN founder Paul Crouch Sr., has landed a job at the Impact Television Network.