Francis Chan has revealed that after 30 years of praying for his best friend to find Jesus Christ, he was finally able to baptize him into the faith a couple of years ago.
In interviews with The Christian Post, three well-known pastors discuss the dangers of "celebrity culture" within the Church and how the Body of Christ should address this relatively new phenomenon.
After coming under heavy criticism from members of the black community for meeting with President Donald Trump to discuss prison reform and urban job creation, Pastor John Gray continued his push for change Wednesday when he gathered with several high-profile megachurch pastors to see how churches can lead the healing of the nation's racial divide.
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.
Will Graham, grandson of the late evangelist Billy Graham, has urged Christians to help victims of the California wildfires, arguing that believers "should be the first ones to be responding because we represent the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords."
New research reveals that while pastors routinely face questions about sexuality issues, particularly areas of pain and brokenness, few feel qualified to speak to them.
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.
Best-selling author Dr. Kenneth Ulmer shares how parents can fight "the demonic hierarchy that targets our children" and replace generational curses with important blessings for the family in his new book, Passing the Generation Blessing: Speak Life, Shape Destinies.
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."
A 99-year-old man living in a Communist country where some have no conceptions of the Gospel of any kind has said he wants to follow Jesus, a pastor and missionary revealed.
The question about why some people are healed and others are not when people pray is one John Piper struggles with.
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.
Harvest Bible Chapel in greater Chicago whose founder James MacDonald recently slapped several former members and an independent journalist with a defamation lawsuit, has reported their chief information officer for allegedly stealing approximately $270,000.
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.
Missouri megachurch pastor John Lindell has warned his 10,000-member congregation not to participate in yoga, saying that positions associated with exercise and meditation activity were designed to "open you up to demonic power."
Pastor Antonio Rocquemore of Power House International Ministries in Chicago, Illinois, is coming under fire from advocates of the LGBTQ community for publicly rebuking a male member who came to his church dressed as a woman on Sunday night.
A theologian has warned that the way believers use some popular Christian jargon today — including "broken," "authentic" and "surrender" — is not very biblical but taken from secular culture.
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.
'How Will We Explain This?' US Bishops Shocked, Disappointed as Pope Francis Bars Action on Sex Abuse
Top U.S. bishops have admitted their disappointment and frustration as the Vatican has blocked immediate action on the child sex abuse scandal.
Hank Hanegraaff of the "Bible Answer Man" program has revealed that his cancer is in remission following a clinical trial, and cited "God's grace."
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.
A United Church of Canada minister who declared that she doesn't believe in God will be allowed to keep her position after reaching an agreement with church officials.
David Powlison, the executive director of the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation, has revealed following major surgery that he has stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
The top Roman Catholic archbishop in the U.K. is set to face pressing questions over the way the church has handled child sex abuse allegations, including over the clergy son of JRR Tolkien.
Pastor Rick Warren is recovering after an emergency surgery.
An upcoming conference is set to occur in February to respond to the "queering" of evangelical Churches, particularly the Revoice conference that took place earlier this year.
While some 42 percent of pastors in general are reporting a bump in giving to their churches over 2017, an equal amount of African American pastors say giving has gone down for them over the same period, a new survey from Lifeway Research says.
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.