Christians throughout the country will have an opportunity to take a stand in coming days to defend Houston pastors targeted by the city government. The event is "I Stand Sunday."
The pastor of Australia-based Hillsong Church says he believes in "biblical truth" about homosexuality, a comment that came after his earlier murkier comments drew attention from church leaders and the media.
Robert Jeffress, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, said Thursday morning that the embattled mayor of Houston is backtracking after she first defended attorneys who are going after pastors in the Houston area.
Texas pastors under fire for their biblical views are being encouraged by a well-known Southern Baptist.
The head of a national pastors' organization believes pastors need to preach about the dangers of Islam.
An author and evangelical continues to speak out on the "50 Shades of Grey Areas in the Church."
American Life League is calling on the Vatican to sever its relationship with a group that promotes immoral policies.
While speaking at a recent Hollywood fundraising charity event for rape victims, pro-abortion activist Jane Fonda divulged that her mother committed suicide after having suffering from depression brought upon by nine abortions and from her sexual abuse that started at the age of eight.
While many people see government as a solution for improving America's job situation, an entrepreneur and radio host believes the church is one area that can really make a difference.
A campaign in the state of California mandating abortion coverage in insurance plans is intensifying, but complaints have been filed with the federal government.
The head of a faith-based watchdog group is concerned that a growing number of evangelicals are turning against Israel.
A United Methodist is disappointed there were not more consequences for clergy who blessed a same-sex "wedding."
Events are planned this Sunday to impact the life views of Americans and challenge Congress, which has excluded preachers from the right to free speech.
The latest results from a major survey show American churches more accepting of homosexuals in the congregation, but the leader of an ex-"gay" group believes that shouldn't alter the message of scripture.
Mental health is an issue many Americans inside and outside of the Church experience … but does the topic remain mostly taboo within the Body of Christ?
A watchdog group is asking the church to crack down on an errant Catholic group for aiding supply of abortion-causing drugs.