A faith-based women's shelter in Alaska has filed a lawsuit against the state's most populous city for pressuring it to admit men who identify as women.
A Christian scouting group formed in response to the Boy Scouts of America's stance on LGBT leaders and members has reported an increased interest after the Girl Scouts filed a lawsuit against the BSA for its gender-neural policy.
The head of The Episcopal Church has said that he's deciding on what actions to take after the bishop of a New York State-based diocese has refused to officiate same-sex wedding ceremonies.
The Christians that the Barna Group believes were key to President Donald Trump's 2016 victory, due to their movement away from Democrats, do not largely pray for the commander-in-chief, according to the evangelical research organization.
Christian Songwriter Kurt Kaiser, Composer of 'Pass It On,' 'Oh How He Loves You And Me,' Dead at 83
Christian music writer Kurt Kaiser, whose six-decade career of songwriting included popular spiritual songs like "Pass It On" and "Oh How He Loves You And Me," has passed away after a lengthy illness. He was 83 years old.
Astrophysicist Hugh Ross of the Christian apologetics group Reasons to Believe has recently tackled the question of who or what created God.
Congregations should practice church discipline for staff and members, says a theology professor who believes the practice is "meant to produce joy."
'Her Faith is Under Fire': Franklin Graham Supports Calif. Christian Student Attacked for LGBT Views
Prominent evangelical leader the Rev. Franklin Graham has expressed his support for a California Christian student attacked for her views on LGBT issues.
Christian Ministries Providing Rapid Response to Aid Thousands Left Homeless by California Wildfires
Churches and ministries are gearing up to help those in California affected by the major wildfires that are devastating parts of the state.
The United Methodist Church and The Episcopal Church are one step closer to entering into an agreement in which they will be in full communion with each other.
A trio of pastors discussed reasons why many Christians in the United States seldom attend worship. Here in no particular order are four reasons covered by their conversation.
An anti-pornography activist has taken issue with an Evangelical Lutheran Church in America pastor's support for "ethically sourced porn" and the removal of shame from the sex entertainment industry.
A bishop of The Episcopal Church whose diocese is based in the capital of New York has announced that his churches will not perform same-sex marriage ceremonies.
The rise of both the post-Religious Right and the post-Religious Left is a detriment to political discourse in the United States, according to notable conservative Christian writer and National Review contributor David French.
Bethlehem College & Seminary Chancellor and DesiringGod.com founder John Piper has stated that Jesus Christ did not support dishonesty in the parable of the "Unjust Steward."
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Nov. 11-17, in Church history. They include the death of Oswald Chambers, a major Billy Sunday revival event in Boston, and the passage of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Many conservative Christian leaders expressed their opinion of Sessions' departure and the reactions to the news. Here are five notable examples.
Christian leaders are offering their condolences and calls for prayer and action following a mass shooting in California that left around a dozen people dead and several others wounded.
Christian actress and daytime TV host Tamera Mowry-Housley and her husband are asking people to pray for her niece who is among those missing after a mass shooting at a California restaurant.
Lutheran pastor and author Nadia Bolz-Weber has argued that there should be no shame in consuming pornography, especially if it is "ethically sourced."
A priest in New Jersey who resigned amid health problems reportedly stole as much as $500,000 from his parish due to "compulsive behaviors."
The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina has passed a resolution honoring the late Rev. Billy Graham in advance of what would have been the famed evangelist's 100th birthday.
Voters in Alabama and West Virginia approved amendments to their state constitutions on Tuesday that reject the claim that abortion is a right. A government funding of abortion measure lost in Oregon, however.
Timothy Keller, author and founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, has released a new book centered on the Old Testament Book of Jonah and how it gives important lessons to the modern on how to interact with nonbelievers.
A large congregation in South Carolina has requested to leave the United Methodist Church over the mainline Protestant denomination's debate over homosexuality.