A church activist says an anti-Israel attitude is growing among some evangelicals.
A Presbyterian lay leader is keeping Capitol Hill members of her denomination up-to-date on the views of those in the pews.
Following a debate over investment policies, a Tennessee church has left The Wesleyan Church but paid a hefty price in doing so.
An organization that promotes open-air preaching and evangelism says the United Kingdom has become very hostile to the Gospel.
A votes observer in the latest convention says the action taken by the Presbyterian Church's General Assembly is reflective of what is happening in the nation.
A Christian leader says apologetics is the most important issue in the Christian church today.
An expert on Methodism suggests a United Methodist pastor who was defrocked for his personal beliefs on same-sex "marriage" should have resigned rather than put the denomination through two trials so far.
Despite a lingering tax issue, a church in Arizona that helps the homeless remains on track to keep helping because generous people have stepped in to help.
Even though most Southern Baptists don’t agree with the kind of immigration reform being pushed by the head of the Baptist agency over the issue, one Southern Baptist leader and preacher says most of his denomination disagrees with his stance and direction on the matter, which will be difficult to change.
The top legislative body of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) took major steps this week toward recognizing "gay marriage" – but that action doesn't represent all Presbyterian groups.
The Assemblies of God says staying true to scripture and its tenets has resulted in their denomination's growth at a time when other mainline Protestant groups have seen a downturn because they've rejected the authority of the Bible.
A Southern Baptist preacher and state leader says not all in his denomination agree with the kind of immigration reform being pushed by the head of the Baptist agency assigned to deal with that issue.
The idea of allowing United Methodist congregations to choose their individual stance on homosexuality continues to draw both support and opposition.
Charitable giving has increased a little according to a report from Giving USA, but funds flowing to religious organizations are flat.
A Tulsa, Oklahoma, pastor has attracted the attention of both Christians and non-Christians with his new book with a controversial title, ‘"Jesus Hates Religion."
The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) continues its meetings this week, where homosexual "marriage" and Israel are among the issues being discussed.