Bishop Vincent Mathews Jr., world missions president of the predominantly African American and 5.5 million member Church of God in Christ called Vice President Mike Pence one of the “most persecuted Christians in America” Sunday.
Kanye West shared how Jesus radically changed his life and saved him from the devil while performing along with his Sunday Service choir at a youth conference where hundreds of students dedicated their lives to Christ.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Jan. 19-25, in Church history. They include the birth of a notable scientist and theologian, Pope Leo XIII issuing a warning against what he called “Americanism,” and the death of a prominent Bible translator.
Calling it “arbitrary, capricious, an abuse of discretion” and contrary to law, 14 states, New York City and Washington, D.C., asked a federal court in a lawsuit Thursday to vacate a final rule that if implemented will cut off nearly 700,000 people from food stamp benefits due to the imposition of stricter requirements for able-bodied adults without dependents.
Students at a Florida high school will hold their first pro-life club meeting on Monday, six months after administrators initially banned the group, accusing it of being too "political" and "controversial."
Actor, director and producer Tyler Perry has shared how his latest film, Netflix’s “A Fall from Grace,” was birthed out of his own experience clinging to his faith and prayer in times of pain and uncertainty.
The political fundraising arm of the nation’s largest abortion provider will spend $45 million in the 2020 elections as it pushes back against what many conservatives are calling the most pro-life administration in history.
The Little Sisters of the Poor will head back to the U.S. Supreme Court as the high court reviews a federal appellate court decision striking down a Trump administration rule giving religious organizations the ability to opt-out of a regulation that requires them to cover birth control and abortifacients.
The Oprah Winfrey Network has canceled Relentless Church pastor John Gray's television show, "The Book of John Gray," as he faces two separate lawsuits including one that seeks to evict him and his congregation from facilities owned by megachurch pastors Ron and Hope Carpenter.
China is creating a “blueprint” “system of persecution for the future” that could be sold to persecute people across the globe, head of the prominent Christian persecution watchdog agency Open Doors USA has warned.