American evangelical leaders Samuel Rodriguez and Johnnie Moore have announced the founding of a new interdenominational body called the Congress of Christian Leaders, which they say will seek to foster unity and serve growing Christian movements across the globe.
In a stunning upset, Mark Harris defeated Rep. Robert Pittenger Tuesday night in North Carolina's 9th District primary.
Dr. Ronnie Floyd, the president of the National Day of Prayer, tells Newsmax that he believes the National Observance being held Thursday evening in Statuary Hall could be the start of something truly historic -- the next great spiritual revival to heal an American commonwealth torn by enmity, strife, and mistrust.
The ancient ruins of what is thought to be a Christian refuge or early church was discovered in Manbij, Syria, according to reports.
The United States Supreme Court announced Monday it will not hear the case of Livingston Christian School v. Genoa Charter Township.
May 20 marks Pentecost Sunday, the anniversary of when the Holy Spirit fell upon and empowered Christ's disciples to take His Good News to the whole world. But this year, Pentecost Sunday will also be known as the International Day of the Unreached.
For nearly six decades, religious leaders have enjoyed a housing tax exemption from the IRS.
The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the use of taxpayer dollars to fund church repair projects that support religious activities is unconstitutional, even for historic preservation.
The Rev. John Sanqiang Cao paid no more than three dollars for the trip that would end up costing him his freedom.
It was a year ago this week that twin suicide bombings struck two churches in Egypt killing 45 people.
A man is helping take the gospel to the four corners of the earth by planting the first church a town in Kosovo has seen in 700 years.
Dozens of Southern Baptist megachurch pastors and their wives met with Vice President Mike Pence and senior White House officials on Wednesday to cap off the annual Southern Baptist Convention MegaMetro retreat.
An Egyptian military court sentenced on Tuesday 36 defendants accused of bombing three churches and a police checkpoint. The court referred the ruling to Egypt’s Grand Mufti Shawki Allam for approval, a step required by law, though his opinion is non-binding.
Church attendance by Roman Catholics in the United States has hit a new low, according to a study released on Monday by Gallup, while Protestants are seeing a big drop in their demographic.
The Communist Chinese government banned the sale of Bibles online this week and released a new document dictating its 'Policies and Practices on Protecting Freedom of Religious Belief.'