A Christian-owned children's home is landing in the headlines after refusing to accept a $100 donation from an atheist group — a decision that sparked a viral crowdfunding campaign that has now raised more than $25,000.
Half of Americans attend church regularly, but the composition of this group is unstable, according to a new Pew Research Center report.
Many kids use their allowances to buy candy, toys or video games, but one little boy just saved up his money to do something incredible.
An Air Force official is under fire for keeping an open Bible at his workstation, with at least one activist demanding he be punished as a result.
For many, running is sweaty and uncomfortable, and it's a type of exercise to be avoided at all costs. But some people view it in a very different light: as a spiritual discipline.
Marijuana proponents have had momentum of late, believing the debate over legalization is at a "tipping point," but U.S. officials just dealt a major blow to their quest to seek government reclassification of the drug.
Terry Bishnell says her job at a food-and-drug store near Detroit has not changed meaningfully in recent memory. Products are trucked in, stocked and ultimately sold using the same technologies and processes that have been in place for several years.
The Olympics has brought increased transformation to Rio de Janiero, Brazil, which was made up of swamps and farmland less than 50 years ago.
An innovative program in Sacramento, California, is giving drug-addicted parents a second chance to get clean while keeping their families intact.
Do American teenagers still have reverence for the Bible? That's a central question that guided a recently released report about youths' biblical engagement.
Actor Hugh Grant apparently doesn't have a high opinion of monogamy, recently telling radio host Howard Stern he doesn't believe it's practical.
When Casting Crowns frontman Mark Hall was confronted last year with the life-changing reality that he had kidney cancer, he was absolutely taken aback.
An atheist organization that has asked private hotels and publicly funded university-owned hotels to remove Bibles from their guest rooms has reportedly convinced the Thunderbird Executive Inn in Glendale, Arizona, to do just that.
A 29-year-old musician has been on a mission to help those in need, spending the last two years routinely performing next to homeless people in New York City.
Saudi Arabian leaders are "both the arsonists and the firefighters" in the global war on terror, according to a recent article from The New York ...
Rumors have been swirling for months surrounding a potential sequel to Mel Gibson's mega-popular 2004 hit film, "The Passion of the Christ."
Georgetown University just became the first college in the U.S. to hire a Hindu priest as a full-time campus chaplain — an intriguing move for ...
Heather Sears took a break from church during college. She wasn't bored or lazy; she was confused, and needed time away from Sunday services ...
Twelve-step programs typically help people overcome drug or alcohol dependency, but one North Carolina church has developed its own set of steps to combat personal ...