The United Methodist Church is urging the Philippine government to release a missionary placed in a detention center as he was trying to leave the Pacific island nation.
The New Testament "unambiguously" regards homosexuality as contrary to nature, says the Presbyterian Church in Ireland as its General Assembly decides not to allow same-sex couples to be full members or their children to be baptized.
Kim Hak Song, an American pastor released last Month from North Korea after spending a year in prison, recently spoke about his detention under one of the most brutal regimes on the planet and explained how he was able to share God's Word despite the circumstances.
A Nigerian pastor who's also a teacher has been arrested after he was accused of killing his "secret lover" and burying her in his unfinished church.
A popular Christian evangelist and author is imploring the church to repent, saying Christians remain in defense mode when in truth they are "blowing it" and should cry out to God.
A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that it's constitutional for students and staff at an Indiana public high school to produce the institution's traditional "Christmas Spectacular" after the performance was revised to include scenes representing Hanukkah and Kwanzaa.
Centricity Music's Jordan Feliz has quickly become one of Christian music's beloved new artists and with the release of his anticipated sophomore album Future, he wants people to know that trusting God has liberated him to be the artist he was called to be.
A student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania claims that he has been barred from a religious studies class he needs to graduate this May and asked to apologize after voicing his belief that there are only two biological genders.
In the fall of 2013, the Rev. Teddy Parker Jr.'s wife found him in the driveway of their Warner Robins home in Georgia with a "self-inflicted gunshot wound." Many were stunned.
Over 60 percent of Christian women in the U.K. have said in a survey that they have experienced sexism in the Church, while 75 percent insisted that God finds both men and women equal and able to preach His word.
The Searcy School District in North Central Arkansas has ordered a high school choir teacher to remove biblical-themed signs and wall hangings on display in her classroom after receiving a complaint from the nation's largest atheist legal foundation.
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