A former Archbishop of Canterbury has a dire forecast for the Christian faith.
Atheist churches are popping up around the United States, though the term "church" is being used loosely.
A United Methodist pastor has been given a month to ponder his defiant stand in favor of performing homosexual union ceremonies. But a spokesman for a Protestant renewal and reform group says the pastor should have been defrocked without delay.
More churches are leaving the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) because of its stance on homosexuality and straying from the Word of God.
A United Methodist pastor will pay a price for officiating at a homosexual "wedding" several years ago.
The Kentucky Baptist Convention is calling for change at a ministry for abused children to make sure it's in line with scripture. The change is directed at the head of Sunrise Children's Services, an agency affiliated with the KBC.
Though Christians often cite familiar passages instructing believers to "turn the other cheek" and "do unto others as you would have them do to you," the author of a new book insists that sometimes enough is enough.
Billy Graham is celebrating his 95th birthday today, November 7, with one last effort to bring unbelievers to Jesus Christ.
Gospel for Asia continues to meet needs after Cyclone Phailin, which struck two states in India.
The founder of the world's largest Christian broadcasting ministry is in stable condition after being hospitalized for a heart condition.
Global conflicts, AIDS and child trafficking are some of the problems that have generated a large number of orphans. One organization is trying to draw attention to the plight of older children who need to be adopted.
Thousands of people gathered to celebrate the life and legacy of Calvary Chapel founder, Pastor Chuck Smith.
A retired United Methodist bishop has violated church law in spite of direct advice from denomination leadership not to do so.
An arm of the United Methodist Church is taking action contrary to doctrine but it's not officially a final ruling just yet.
The new head of the Southern Baptist Convention’s public policy agency is taking exception to media reports alleging he has suggested it’s time for evangelicals to “pull back” when it comes to political engagement and the "culture war."
A conservative activist disagrees with the recent comment of a Southern Baptist leader who thinks evangelicals need to tone down the rhetoric on political and hot-button social issues.