Billboard-topping country music singer Lucas Hoge recently garnered over 25 million streams on his live-streamed gospel videos, “Sunday Sessions” and now the singer is releasing a live recording of the classic gospel tune, “Sweet By and By.”
Attorneys for Washington Gov. Jay Inslee told a federal judge last week that the state can't enforce a ban on one-on-one Bible studies as it faces legal action over a stay-at-home order that prohibits faith-based gatherings of any size.
Controversial leader of Revival International Ministries and The River at Tampa Bay Church in Tampa, Florida, Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne, appears to be mending fences with Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister who had him arrested in March for hosting in-person church services during the coronavirus pandemic.
Members of the New St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church of Detroit are begging God for a miraculous end to the coronavirus pandemic after their pastor, the Rev. Nathaniel Slappey Sr. and his son, Nathaniel Slappey Jr., died just days from the disease.
Popular Reformed theologian John Piper clarified his stance on whether the coronavirus is God’s judgment of sin and what the Bible says after a legal group called for an Army chaplain to be punished for sharing the minister's new book, Coronavirus and Christ.
Filmmaker Jon Erwin didn’t anticipate his new film would be released during a global pandemic that would lead to the rapid closure of movie theaters nationwide, but it was. Despite that setback, however, he says the movie is still leading many people to Jesus.
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary President Albert Mohler Jr. denounced the hostility expressed by many in New York City to the presence of Samaritan’s Purse’s field hospital due to the organization’s Christian views.
As Christians and other non-Hindus in India are being denied government-issued food rations amid the coronavirus pandemic, a coalition of multi-faith representatives are calling on President Trump to hold the country’s leaders accountable.
While the loan process is still yet to be completed, preliminary data on the beneficiaries of the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program show that among churches, Catholics appear to have the highest approval rate.
A study of the well-being of healthcare workers in the United States found that those who regularly attend worship services are at a lower risk of deaths related to alcohol, drugs, or suicide, collectively known as “deaths from despair.”
Naomi Zacharias, taped a video tribute to her dad, world-renown apologist Ravi Zacharias just days before the family announced that no other treatment options are available for the minister's advanced stage of cancer.
Lawyers for three female high school athletes in Connecticut are demanding that a federal judge be taken off their case after he ordered them to use the term "transgender females" when referring to boys who identify as girls.
Newlyweds Justin and Hailey Bieber launched a new web series on Facebook Watch titled, “The Biebers” where fans can follow their lives as they quarantine together from their home. In the latest episode, the couple share how their faith in Jesus and having virtual church community is keeping them anchored.
A federal judge in Michigan ruled Monday that strip clubs that present live performances or sell products of a "prurient sexual nature" and other “disfavored” businesses, cannot be barred from the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program.
An Arizona-based community college district has apologized for the mistreatment of a professor who garnered controversy over test questions considered by some, including a student, to be an anti-Islamic.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced a partnership with the state’s largest healthcare provider, Northwell Health, to establish 24 temporary coronavirus testing sites at churches in predominantly minority communities.
Suspected Fulani radicals in Nigeria reportedly attacked a Christian school in the Plateau state earlier this month, wounding the headmaster and his three family members two days after radicals killed four Christians in another attack.
As the debate over reopening the economy in the wake of the coronavirus continues to divide the nation, Dr. K. Elliott Tenpenny, a doctor who led the recently shuttered field hospital in Central Park for Samaritan's Purse, urged Christians to stand in the gap of that divide and pray.
The head of the international Christian television network GOD TV confirmed that Israeli authorities are looking to “shut down” its new Hebrew-language Christian channel after concerns were raised about whether the channel will proselytize to Jews.