A Sudanese Christian doctor freed from death row on charges of apostasy Monday (June 23) is not yet free after authorities detained her at a Khartoum airport.
The Catholic Church in Italy is facing an embarrassing scandal after the arrest of a priest accused of demanding sexual favors from immigrants seeking political asylum in Sicily.
Seven Christian colleges were among 13 institutions losing their accreditation, receiving sanctions or warnings or losing their membership in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
U.S. District Judge Richard Young ruled Wednesday that Indiana’s law banning homosexual marriage is unconstitutional.
New Gospel Outreach Church is now involved with another scandal; this time, the pastor of three years has gone to jail for rape and sodomy charges.
Millennials are reluctant to leave or check voice mails.
A unanimous Supreme Court vote today ruled that pro-life advocates have the right to speak against abortion directly in front of abortion clinics.
United States soccer player Clint Dempsey has represented his country well in the World Cup so far, but he gives all of the credit to Christ.
The latest attack orchestrated by Boko Haram militants targeted Nigerian World Cup fans on June 25.
Sudanese Christian Meriam Ibrahim has been released from authorities for a second time.
The book with this title, by Alan Weisman, prompts a powerful and provocative question for those of us who follow Christ: If all Christian influence were withdrawn from the world tomorrow, how long would it be before the world felt the effects?
Last week I introduced a series by Bruce Hausknecht, Focus’ judicial analyst, on two cases currently before the U.S. Supreme Court. These cases can potentially have far-reaching implication on the state of religious liberties in our country, which is why it’s important that Christians understand what’s going on – and what’s at stake.
During its recent 2014 synod, the Moravian Church's Northern Province approved a proposal to allow homosexuals to be ordained and created a religious ceremony for same-sex couples.
Teens who tan in salons are more likely to develop skin cancer, according to a new study.
The Archdiocese of Seattle will pay $12.1 million to settle 30 sexual abuses claims.
Several schools in Vancouver have proposed that gender neutral pronouns should take the places of personal pronouns such as “he,” “she,” “his” and “hers.”
Gay priest Canon Jeremy Pemberton has lost his license to preach as a member of the Anglican clergy for marrying his partner.
The Pennsylvania pastor who was defrocked for officiating his gay son’s wedding has now been reinstated as a Methodist Church clergyman.
Boko Haram militants are likely responsible for a bombing of the School of Hygiene in Kano, Nigeria. The attack killed at least eight people; about 12 more sustained injuries.
Sudanese Christian Meriam Ibrahim was reportedly accused of fraud as she tried to leave the country with family.