King Street Pictures released the trailer for its groundbreaking faith-based fantasy adventure film, "Heavenquest: A Pilgrim's Progress,” based on the iconic 1678 novel The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan.
It was a frantic scene in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx in New York City on Monday after a troubled father jumped to his death in front of a local train while clutching to his 5-year-old daughter, who miraculously survived.
It was the promise of blessings for donations that rapper T.I. said triggered his now viral smirk, as guest preacher Bishop I.V. Hilliard pressed congregants to give sacrificially two Sundays ago at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church.
A co-founder of Stonewall, the largest LGBT rights group in Europe, is among gay rights activists and feminists threatening to form a breakaway group in opposition to the organization's championing of pro-transgender policy.
With 35 million youths raised in Christian families projected to disaffiliate from Christianity by the year 2050, youth ministry leader Greg Stier believes churches can't settle for simply slowing down the bleeding.
President Donald Trump announced Monday that the United States will dedicate $25 million to protect religious sites and houses of worship across the world and also announced the creation of a coalition of top business leaders to help protect religious freedom in the workplace.
A coffee company co-founded by late pastor Jarrid Wilson is making a special blend in his honor with 100 percent of proceeds benefiting Wilson’s nonprofit suicide and depression outreach, Anthem of Hope.
The United Methodist Church has expressed concern over the apparent decline of young church leaders, notably following a report that elders under the age of 35 has hit its lowest point since 2005 and is about a third of what it was in 1990.
Pastor Melvin Navarro says the City of Lorain, Ohio, where he runs his Healing Wings International Ministries, denied his church a permit because it would attract the homeless, but the mayor disputes the claim.
The U.S. Supreme Court term for 2019-2020 could be a “blockbuster” when it comes to religious freedom issues as the nation’s high court is set to take on a handful of cases and possibly more that deal with the First Amendment right, lawyers who work for a prominent religious freedom law firm believe.
Thirteen South Korean families living in China as part of a mission group were deported after Communist officials decided the Christians’ stay in the country was “illegal” due to their evangelistic work.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Sept. 22-28, in Church history. They include the arrival of a Polish Protestant sect to America, the beginning of the “Third Great Awakening,” and a notable Catholic leader preaching his last sermon as a Protestant.
Award-winning gospel singer and pastor, William McDowell released his latest project, The Cry on Friday and hopes the new album will help others cultivate a cry of desperation, inviting God’s presence to stay with his people and igniting a global revival.
Christian women working in Hollywood say the faith-based film industry can be just as challenging for them to be recognized as equals to their male counterparts as it is for women working for secular studios and production companies.
Republican Sen. Josh Hawley claims that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted to him during a meeting Thursday that there “clearly was bias” when it came to Facebook’s labeling of videos posted by pro-life nonprofit Live Action as “false news.”