Almost 40 years ago, Dr. Michael Brown's friends were in relationships while he was single. Here's a prayer that he prayed while waiting on God for his wife, Nancy.
The Vatican says it will not release information on its internal investigations into abuse cases unless required to do so by a request from a state or government to cooperate in legal proceedings.
The Methodist Church in England is consulting its members on whether it should revise its understanding of marriage in light of the new gay marriage law.
Angelina Jolie is directing Unbroken, a movie about former Olympic athlete and WWII veteran Louis Zamperini, who became a follower of Jesus at a Billy Graham crusade and has spent his life preaching the gospel.
Canadian churchgoers say reading the Bible has changed their life, and they readily confess their sins, according to a new LifeWay survey. But few say that becoming a better Christian involves self-denial.
An Oregon girl has been banned from selling mistletoe in a city park. The 11-year-old is raising money to help pay for braces.
Notre Dame's health plans do not cover abortion-inducing drugs, contraceptives when they are used to prevent pregnancy or sterilization. Will the Catholic university be forced to bow to Obamacare?
The Obama administration abandoned this U.S. citizen when given the opportunity to negotiate his release. Pastor Saeed Abedini has been left for dead, and each day could be his last.
Our nation's economic woes keep mounting, but Larry Tomczak says you can turn the tide with 10 simple decisions you incorporate into your daily life.
How do you get kids to read one of the world’s oldest books? Ask Sally Lloyd-Jones, whose Jesus Storybook Bible recently passed the critical mark of 1 million copies sold.
Though Christians have a reputation for being bad tippers, an anonymous believer with an Instagram account is turning the stereotype around.
Former NBA star Magic Johnson recently discussed his Christian faith while also saying he supports the gay community and his homosexual son.
Condolences have poured into TBN in the days since founder Paul Crouch passed away. Find out what Pat Robertson, Benny Hinn, Arthur Blessitt and others are saying about the Christian TV pioneer.
Islamist fighters who captured a Christian village north of Damascus have moved some nuns to a nearby town, but it was not clear if they had been kidnapped or evacuated for their safety.
Is Obamacare dying a slow death? Twila Brase, patient advocate and co-founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom, thinks so. Find out how you can help put an end to the Affordable Care Act.
President Obama is not only reaping his lowest approval ratings ever, but even the reliably fawning media is turning on the object of its affection. Michael Youssef offers some advice to the president.
Belgium is now a step closer to introducing child euthanasia after a Senate committee voted 13-4 in favor of the proposals on Wednesday.
Florida's Capitol building in Tallahassee will become home to a Christmas Nativity scene beginning on Tuesday, a historic display in the heart of Florida's government.
New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan says the American debate over gay marriage is not over, but the Catholic church may have been "out-marketed." Find out what he means.
Nukes and sanctions are just the tip of the iceberg in Iran. E3 Partners Middle East expert Tom Doyle says a spiritual war is underway in the Shiite Muslim-led nation.
A Three-Self Patriotic Movement church in eastern China has written a letter to the Chinese government, demanding permission to stage a protest against the detention of 23 members of its congregation.
Are we living with a symbol emptied of power by time and fashion? Christianity with a powerless cross is Christianity without a throne for Christ or an aspiration for Christians, says archbishop Justin Welby.
British novelist and essayist Francis Spufford’s spirited defense of the Christian religion is in some ways like eavesdropping on a missionary conversation with the pagans of antiquity.
When Sarah Palin was vilely and viciously attacked by MSNBC host Martin Bashir, the secular feminists were eerily silent, affirming their agendas trump any concern they may have for women.
Christian leaders across denominations are offering their condolences to the family and honoring the memory of the Christian television pioneer. Find out what they are saying about the TBN co-founder.
The U.S. Supreme Court sidestepped an opportunity Monday to take up Liberty University’s challenge to the entire employer mandate, declining to review the case without comment.
For World AIDS Day on Sunday, T.D. Jakes’ church, the Potter's House in Dallas, provided free HIV testing to about 500 people.
Parents in Staffordshire, England, were told their children would be punished for racism if they missed a trip to a workshop on Islam.
"I thought they were just bigots," wrote one journalist, "but Peter and Hazelmary Bull’s sincerity on the BBC made me realize 'bigot' was entirely the wrong word."
North Korea recently executed 80 people by firing squad for watching smuggled foreign television broadcasts and possibly for owning Bibles. But despite religious persecution, a covert church is growing.
A student at a Kansas public school has filed a lawsuit after she was prohibited from posting or handing out religious fliers promoting the student-led “See You at the Pole” prayer event held before school.
Facing a $26 million earthquake repair bill and years of financial woes, the iconic Washington National Cathedral will start charging visitors in 2014. Is it right to charge to get into church?
Two weeks after Typhoon Haiyan struck, villagers are still struggling to survive, coping with the loss of loved ones, homes and possessions. But some are still unselfishly helping others, like one pastor who lost half of his family in the disaster.
Last week the AG executive leadership hosted the executive leadership of the Church of God in Christ. The historic meeting marks the first time the full leadership of these Pentecostal movements have gathered specifically to dialogue together.
There is no clear teaching in the Bible as to the spiritual meaning of the menorah. Asher Intrater and Ron Cantor attempt to unlock the secret.
Church of England clergy would be able to "bless" same-sex relationships under long-awaited proposals unveiled on Thursday as the church adopts a more open—but disputed—approach to homosexuality.
With the Christmas season upon us in the United States, a group of nonbelievers in California are erecting billboards explaining why they are atheists in hopes of bringing broader visibility to their lack of religious faith.
Fun wasn’t the only thing Charisma publisher Steve Strang experienced during his sixth trip to Israel. He also made some unexpected discoveries.
During his farewell address, President George Washington spoke of exactly the kind of subversive, anti-theist provocateurs who make up our opponents in the culture wars. Was it prophetic?
His body riddled with heart problems for more than a decade, TBN’s Paul Crouch, one of the most beloved broadcast evangelists of our time, passed away Saturday.
A Gospel for Asia pastor imprisoned for his faith never stopped praising God, even when he was severely ill. In fact, three of his fellow inmates gave their lives to Christ after witnessing his incredible faith.
For one week in July, 22 believers from around the world set out by foot to deliver Albanian New Testaments house by house throughout villages in Kosovo. Find out how lives were transformed.
It has been an astonishing last 12 months for books on the persecution of Christians when there has been such silence on the issue for so long. Read about one such book, The Global War on Christians.
Amid a national push to share the gospel this fall, let’s remember who the real evangelist is.
Born into Muslim families in Iran, Maryam Rostampour and Marziyeh Amirizadeh encountered Jesus against all odds. The women spent nearly nine months in prison, where they experienced God's presence most powerfully.
What if Thanksgiving was more than just a holiday? What if we made it a way of life? Find out how showing gratitude is more like exercise than we might expect.
Tens of thousands of people gave their lives to Christ as a result of My Hope With Billy Graham. Franklin Graham shares how you can help in the effort, which he plans to continue for the next five years.
We often lose sight of what really matters, but watch as Francis Chan urges the church to "rejoice always" while revealing what it does for Christians.
When the Mayflower landed at Plymouth, Mass., the Pilgrim fathers were full of expectancy. What they got was less than expected.
Much like our 16th president in 1863, we have much to be thankful to God for on this Thanksgiving Day.