Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called out a “double standard” among Democrats who restricted the First Amendment right of Christians to gather for in-person worship services during the coronavirus pandemic but celebrated throngs of people protesting in the nation’s streets in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
Authorities in the Borno state of Nigeria said Wednesday that at least 81 people were killed in an attack on a nomadic community believed to have been carried out by militants aligned with the Islamic extremist groups Boko Haram or Islamic State West Africa Province.
Crosses were removed from over 250 state-sanctioned churches in China’s Anhui province between January and April as the communist party’s years-long crackdown on church crosses continues, according to the Italian-based magazine Bitter Winter.
In the wake of the death of George Floyd, filmmaker Brian Ivie, who directed the documentary “Emanuel” about the Charleston church massacre, posted a message to white viewers of the film. He pointed out that among the reactions he has come across, people have left little room for anger.
The new series “Beautiful Lives” hosted by Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood clinic director whose story was told in the film “Unplanned,” showcases her conversations with other former abortion industry workers.
The Oscar-winning film "Gone With the Wind" became Amazon's bestselling movie Wednesday after HBO Max pulled the film from its library following two weeks of protests sparked by the officer-involved death of George Floyd.
President of the Southern Baptist Convention, J.D. Greear, endorsed the black lives matter movement as a Gospel issue to members of the world's largest Baptist denomination Wednesday, but denounced the Black Lives Matter organization that sparked the movement in 2013.
Texas megachurch Pastor Matt Chandler had harsh words for the American Church on Sunday, saying that since the civil rights movement of the 1960s, the Church has, for the most part, “refused to participate” on issues of race.
A Kentucky megachurch pastor who clashed with Gov. Andy Beshear over restrictions on in-person services imposed during the coronavirus pandemic, says he's suspended in-person worship services again after 18 members of his church tested positive for the virus since he resumed in-person services a month after closing.
A family advocacy organization is setting in motion a nationwide push to preserve female-only sports amid the rising trend of biological males who identify as transgender competing as though they are girls.
Advocacy groups are refuting a statement released Sunday by the Nigerian presidency contending that international rights groups who say there is ongoing “genocide” against Christians in Nigeria received funding from a separatist organization.
The Housing Authority of the Birmingham District and the Birmingham Board of Education cut ties with Church of the Highlands due to controversy surrounding Chris Hodges, the church’s founder and pastor, liking social media posts that have been criticized as racially insensitive.
George Floyd’s grieving family members remembered him as a “Superman” in life who’s now been transformed into a “ghetto angel” in death at an emotional homegoing service punctuated by spirited praise and worship inside Fountain of Praise Church in Houston, Texas, on Tuesday.
Phil Vischer, creator of the popular Christian animation "VeggieTales," said he decided to use his platform to address issues of racial injustice by penning a blog where he said that being white gave him access to opportunities that others did not have.
Days after marching with thousands in a George Floyd demonstration in downtown Houston, Texas, televangelist Joel Osteen said Monday that he thinks Floyd’s death represents a “turning point” and that the incident “ignited” something in him.
Veteran Christian NFL player Adrian Peterson of the Washington Redskins says when the 2020 season kicks off in September, he and other players plan to continue Colin Kaepernick’s controversial take a knee protest during the national anthem against racial injustice and police brutality in the wake of the killing of George Floyd.