Justice was a recurring theme as thousands of mourners packed the Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church on Monday for the funeral of Michael Brown.
A church in Croatia has denied “Game of Thrones” permission to film a nude scene inside the sanctuary.
Dr. John Munro, senior pastor of the largest church in Charlotte and radio personality for “Back to the Bible,” has been fired from his radio ministry position and put on leave from Calvary Church.
Boko Haram militants have taken over another Nigeria village in Yobe State; this time the Muslim extremist group has seized the Buni Yadi Town.
Israel struck a residential Gaza tower with rocketfire Monday night, injuring 20 Palestinian civilians.
The Obama administration has revised the HHS mandate rules after losing the Hobby Lobby case.
Islamic fighters captured a major military base in Syria Sunday. Tabqa airfield is the third military base to be captured by extremists within a month.
About 160 people were injured Sunday after a 6.1 magnitude earthquake hit northern California.
Controversial Seattle megachurch founder Mark Driscoll will step down for at least six weeks while church leaders review formal charges lodged by a group of pastors that he abused his power.
Teens who skimp on sleep could be setting themselves up for obesity just a few years later, a new study suggests.
As the violence continues in Israel and Gaza, Israeli and Palestinian Christians hold tightly to their faith and hope, despite mourning the losses of family members and homes.
Where will Satan most likely attack your church? That’s easy. Your community.
Humanitarian group Christian Aid has now reported that the situation in Iraq is currently overwhelming and the future looks grim.
Days after the execution of American journalist James Foley, another American journalist has been freed from his Syrian captors.
The United Nations released a new analysis, stating that over 191,000 men, women and children have died in Syria as a result of fighting between March 2011 and April 2014.
The faith of Iraqi Christians is “not diminished," in spite of the many inhumane acts of persecution from Islamic extremists.
An American doctor treated for Ebola, Kent Brantly, was discharged from Atlanta’s Emory University Hospital Thursday. Another American aid worker, Nancy Writebol, was discharged Tuesday.
Pope Francis wrote to the president of Iraq, calling for an end to the “brutal suffering of Christians and other religious minorities” and urging political leaders to end the humanitarian crisis in the country.
In an appearance in front of their home Wednesday, John and Diane Foley, parents of murdered journalist Jame Foley, made frequent references to God.