Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that he intends to propose a resolution to name a new settlement in the Golan Heights after U.S. President Donald Trump to show appreciation for recognizing Israel’s sovereignty over the area.
A former part-time NBC 7 producer, mother of two and Navy veteran threatened to blow up a San Diego church while armed with a handgun and holding a 10-month-old baby during an Easter Sunday service before she was tackled by congregants.
Over $67,000 has been raised in just under 24 hours to support progressive Christian writer Rachel Held Evans, who’s been in a medically induced coma since last week due to complications with an infection.
In a turn of events doctors are describing as “truly a miracle,” a 5-year-old boy who was thrown from a third-floor balcony at Mall of America has shown no signs of brain damage despite the life-threatening fall.
Robert Craig, youth pastor of First Baptist Church of Warren in Texas, is still fighting for his life at a local hospital and his family is praying for a miracle nearly a week since he was involved in a crash that left one dead and several injured.
The world was shocked on Easter Sunday as bombs targeting churches led to the loss of hundreds of innocent lives in the island nation of Sri Lanka. Here are five things to know about Sunday's bombings and the history of violence and political strife in Sri Lanka.
Israel Folau, Australia’s most popular rugby player and an outspoken Christian who commands the world’s highest salary for the sport, is now in danger of losing his career over his faith, but he says he’s ready to walk away if that’s what God wants him to do.
“The Chosen,” a new multi-season series based on the life of Jesus, is now available to stream but the powerful series would not have been possible without the 16,000 Christians who supported the series by investing in it.
The California Supreme Court issued a stay on a preliminary hearing in the felony trial for pro-life activist David Daleiden in which his attorneys were to present a defense that would have included their undercover videos of abortion providers.
Christian leaders from across the political spectrum have offered their prayers for 37-year-old New York Times bestselling progressive Christian writer Rachel Held Evans after she was placed in a medically induced coma last week.
Just minutes after expressing their willingness to die for Christ, half the children from one Sunday School class at Zion Church in Batticaloa were reportedly killed in the Easter Sunday suicide bomb attacks in Sri Lanka.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, April 21-27, in Church history. They include the first appearance of “In God We Trust” on American coins, an evangelist helping Dwight Moody convert to Christianity, and the Russian Orthodox Church celebrating Easter for the first time in over seven decades.