Actress, filmmaker and author Shari Rigby released her latest book, Consider the Lilies, during the global COVID-19 pandemic and says it’s good timing because her book is designed to help people discover their purpose in God, apart from all the titles associated with what they do.
The global coronavirus pandemic that spurred mass government shutdowns of businesses and the loss of over 30 million jobs in the U.S. has led many to question the ever-changing advice coming from the World Health Organization and other experts who’ve been advising government officials and the public.
Voters in Washington will get to decide whether to repeal a new law to implement controversial sex-ed programs in public schools statewide after residents gathered the requisite number of signatures to get the referendum on the November ballot.
New Delhi has denied entry visas to representatives of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom who had planned to investigate reports of persecution of Muslims and Christians following the release of its report that designates India as a “Country of Particular Concern.”
Conservative groups are applauding the Trump administration’s announcement on Friday that it's scrapping an Obama-era federal regulation requiring healthcare providers and insurers to perform gender-transition procedures and abortions against their medical judgment or religious convictions.
The sister of Tyra Womack, a 57-year-old Baltimore gospel radio host who was shot dead outside her home during a dispute with a neighbor earlier this week, said God intervened and allowed Womack to shield her son, who was the main target, and save his life.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo responded to China's accusation that the United States has “double standards” when it comes to protests, noting that the communist nation doesn't allow free speech and imprisons religious minorities.
Vice President Mike Pence on Friday attended a listening session with black clergy and leaders who shared their life experiences and ideas on policies the administration can implement to help black communities.
Gospel singer and pastor of Perfecting Faith Church in Freeport, New York, Donnie McClurkin called the last 2 ½ months “harrowing” as the nation continues to reel in civil unrest over racial injustice and the coronavirus pandemic.
J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, provided further context to her criticisms of transgender ideology and staunch opposition to women being forced out of their careers for expressing their opinions on the matter.
The Trump administration announced proposed policy changes that it says would increase the efficiency of the asylum system and make it easier for judges to toss out "frivolous” claims to focus on authentic claims of persecution.
Eight years after electing Fred Luter Jr. as the denomination’s first black president, the Southern Baptist Convention could soon elect California Pastor Rolland Slade, 62, as the first black chairman of its executive committee.
The author of the Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling, is explaining why she has spoken out in favor of women and others who have been ousted from their jobs for expressing criticisms of transgender ideology.
An outreach ministry of the First Baptist Church in Navasota, Texas called the Barbecue Baptist Church kicked off a weeklong, multi-city mission Thursday to bring the Gospel to first responders and medical professionals along with ample servings of free barbecue meals.
A Baptist church organization of about 1,000 member congregations and two businesses have filed a lawsuit against Illinois over a state law that requires insurance providers to cover abortion procedures.
Christian artist Micah Tyler recently released his second album, New Today, but given the current outcry for racial equality in America, the singer decided to pen a new song to honestly share his feelings with his black brothers and sisters.
Conservative black leaders met with President Donald Trump at the White House Wednesday where they urged the administration to support policing reforms and shared ideas about other initiatives to benefit black communities.
Former U.S. Attorney Jeff Sessions, who is campaigning to return to his seat in the U.S. Senate, slammed decisions by the Birmingham Board of Education and the Birmingham Housing Authority to cut ties with the Church of the Highlands over social media likes made by Pastor Chris Hodges as an attack on free speech and religious freedom.