The Catholic writer’s books have sold more than 7 million copies worldwide. Here's what fans can expect from his unpublished letters and partial manuscripts.
Churches attack bike lanes for "burdening" their religious freedom as Saint Barbie leads a plastic revolution in Argentina. Savor every word of this last ever recap as I say “so long” to On Freedom.
Less than a quarter of Americans -- and Christians -- avoid Halloween due to its pagan roots. This is good news.
The National Association of Evangelicals has officially supported capital punishment for more than 40 years. They are now backing away.
After Jefferson Bethke's video garnered 30 million views, he became "YouTube famous." He says that churches and Christians should use technology more effectively, but they should be careful not to abuse it.
CLEVELAND (Reuters) The girl's parents, who defied a hospital over her treatment for leukemia, believed that the will of God would triumph.
We should celebrate the humility and courage it takes to say “I got that wrong.” But Christian leaders must ask how this situation might help them become more prudent in expressing their opinions going forward.
Over her four-decade career, Patty became one of the most celebrated Christian musicians in the world and was almost ruined by a public scandal. At 59, she says she’s ready to hand in her microphone.
Could you forgive the person who killed your family? Mormon bishop Chris Williams did. This Monday, a special national screening of "Just Let Go" aims to show us how.
Sarah Martin uses a 100-year old animation technique to breathe new life into the Hebrew word for "spirit."
The production company behind Pope Francis’ mass in Washington, D.C. next week says it is similar to producing a rock concert.
There are Christians, and there are Confucians. But according to Gregg Ten Elshof, there should also be "Confucian Christians."
Barbie ditched Ken for adventures, lattes, and Jesus. At least that's what you'd assume from flipping through this hilarious and popular Instagram feed.
In the fight over gay rights, conservative Christians have a new enemy. No, it isn’t a politician or activist or organization. It isn’t a noun at all, in fact, but rather a verb: normalize.
Tim Chaddick, founding pastor of Reality LA, thinks Christians can reclaim a biblical view of life's forbidden fruits.