The North Carolina diner that gave customers who prayed before meals a discount will no longer be offering the promotion.
Aid group Doctors Without Borders has reported that refugees at a U.N. camp in South Sudan are living in treacherous conditions.
In a telephone call with Bruce Johnson, SIM USA president, David Writebol said God has provided peace during his wife's battle to overcome the Ebola virus.
Acts 29, an organization of churches dedicated to planting churches, formally announced its decision to remove controversial pastor Mark Driscoll and Mars Hill Church from its network.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has been declared an international public health emergency, the World Health Organization said Friday.
An Iranian pastor has been arrested for "Moharebeh," which means enmity against God, a crime that can be punishable by death.
The ceasefire between Israel and Gaza ended when Hamas fired missiles at Israel. Israel reciprocated the attack with its own rockets.
Islamic State (IS) militants have reached a new level of terrorism as the Muslim extremists have began systematically killing Christians in a mass genocide.
President Obama gave his permission to send airstrikes at Islamic State artillery in a statement Thursday evening. The airstrikes have now been carried out in an effort to subdue the Islamic extremists.
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Over a thousand outraged parents who have children enrolled in public schools in Fremont, Calif. have signed petitions threatening legal action over a ninth-grade health textbook featuring oral sex, vibrators, and bondage.
The Vatican warned Wednesday (Aug. 6) that the alleged rejection of a baby born with Down syndrome to a surrogate mother in Thailand shows how babies have become consumer products for sale.
Conservative Christian activists are pushing Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim series to cancel the new show “Black Jesus,” which they call offensive and “full of lies.”
A church in Minnesota will be required to pay $1.2 million to the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America (PCUSA) in order to part ways with the denomination.
World Vision has reported the loss of four sponsored Palestinian children as a result of the conflict in Israel and Gaza.
Militants from the Islamic State (formerly known as ISIS) have taken over Qaraqosh, the largest Christian town in Iraq.
Liberia has declared as state of emergency as the death toll from the ebola outbreak continues to rise steadily higher.
The Department of Health and Human Services announced its plans to close temporary shelters on three military bases to accommodate illegal immigrant children.