The leader of the liberal Episcopalian Church has issued an Easter message that has respectability, but an expert suggests it is lacking in some respects.
Gun-rights advocates in Georgia will continue to pursue legislation allowing a person to carry a firearm into a church without restrictions.
A Chicago-based ministry is hosting a conference to help congregations better understand a biblical approach to tithing.
A dissident group of nuns isn't only operating outside of its calling, says the American Life League, its members also are reflecting an absence of Christ in their lives.
Members of a church in New York City are trying to rebuild after their building was destroyed in a massive explosion last week.
United Methodists are targeting a retired bishop over a same-gender marriage ceremony, but there's no word concerning a New York bishop who is rebelling against the denomination as well.
According to one expert, supporters of "homosexual marriage" in the United Methodist denomination have made their strategy very clear, perhaps without realizing it.
The head of an immigration reduction advocacy organization says rank-and-file Southern Baptists should seize the opportunity to say "no" to amnesty at their convention this summer.
Another event within the United Methodist Church may tend to demoralize a majority of its members who adhere to biblical values.
A pastor and international leader will host a marriage retreat in his home island of the Bahamas next month.
Kentucky Baptists are utilizing a unique method to bring unchurched people to Christ.
Some experts on the United Methodist Church are curious about two church agencies’ statements on homosexuality, and one of them believes something ought to be done.
A parachurch ministry has announced what it calls a "Secret Church gathering" scheduled to take place on Good Friday, April 18, 2014.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America has launched a nationwide, church-based ministry program that provides care for those facing cancer.
Oral Roberts University is hoping 10,000 people will gather in Jerusalem in 2015 to celebrate Pentecost.
Another denomination is taking a major move toward racial reconciliation.