Black Christians More Likely than White Christians to Consider Spiritual Life in Context of Community, According to Study
When it comes to spiritual growth and discipleship, black Christians are more likely than their white counterparts to consider those aspects in relation to community, according to a recent Barna Group study.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe issued and signed an executive order on Thursday prohibiting state contractors from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, among other categories of discrimination.
Weeks after North Carolina’s lawmakers failed to repeal their own state’s controversial bathroom law, a similar bill was introduced in the Texas Senate on Thursday, requiring the use of bathrooms in public schools, public universities, and government facilities according to biological sex.
A special panel of members from the House of Representatives has recommended that Congress defund the abortion provider Planned Parenthood in a 471-page report released on Tuesday.
Who Is Best to Lead a Conversation on Society's Challenges? Few Point to the President, the Professor, or the Pastor, According to Study
When it comes to entrusting someone with fostering a discussion on the issues the nation is currently facing, Americans aren’t so sure who would be best for the task, according to a new study released by LifeWay Research.
Most members of the 115th Congress identify themselves as Christian, according to a new Pew Research Center study released on Tuesday.
A new study has shown that marijuana consumption in the state of Washington increased after it was legalized in 2012.
Clergy members who will be praying at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony include White, Black, and Hispanic pastors, a Catholic cardinal, and a Jewish rabbi.
United Methodist Church to Launch 'Praying Our Way Forward' Campaign to Pray for Global Mission and Arrive at Decision on Homosexuality
The United Methodist Church will be launching a “Praying Our Way Forward” initiative on the New Year’s Day with a 75 weeks of focused prayer before the revision of Book of Discipline on human sexuality.
A new Gallup study found that nearly 80 percent of the US adults who were surveyed identified with a religion, but 70 percent say that religion is losing its importance in the US society.
The Korean Salvation Army’s red kettle campaign, which began in mid-November in Los Angeles, concluded on Christmas Eve. This year, the group was able to raise $48,000, almost as much as its goal of $50,000. To note, last year, the group raised $40,000.
A Centerville Elementary School in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, cancelled a play “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens after receiving complaints by parents over a line “God bless us, everyone.”
Texas officially began the process to pull out Planned Parenthood from the state’s Medicaid program last week by sending it a termination notice, after considering the move for over an year.
The Obama administration on Friday abstained from vetoing a United Nations Security Council measure to declare Israeli settlements on east Jerusalem illegal.
A Christian student is suing a Georgia college for allegedly keeping him from exercising his right to free speech after the school censored his evangelistic actions as “disorderly conduct.”