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Tullian Tchividjian, the grandson of Billy Graham who resigned as pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Florida in June, says God has met him in his darkest moments and has helped him heal.
A new book by Pastor Joel Osteen aims to help people get into the habit of speaking positively about their lives.
Pastors John Piper and Paul David Tripp say the battle to lose weight isn't just physical, it's spiritual.
A group of politicians from Illinois have nominated the Emanuel AME Church of Charleston, where nine people were brutally gunned down during a Bible study last June, for a Nobel Peace Prize.
Two Kansas congregations, one a recently created worship community and the other an older smaller congregation, merged into one church.
The Transforming the Bay with Christ initiative hopes to usher a gospel movement into the San Francisco Bay Area to improve the quality of life for area residents.
A Texas megachurch that voted to leave Presbyterian Church (USA) over theological differences agreed to pay its former regional body approximately $1.5 million to maintain control of its church property.
It's official. Former Mars Hill Pastor Mark Driscoll will make his comeback this year at a new church plant in Phoenix, Arizona, called The Trinity Church.
Theologian D.A. Carson, president of The Gospel Coalition, explored the ground of all human assurances before God, tackling the question in a message about which matters more, the intensity of faith or its object.
Theologian John Piper explained how the church in America is living with "cultural indifference or derision or exclusion or hostility," and why this is not strange but normal.
To find happiness, Christians must stop worrying about inconsequential things and find relaxation in the grace of God, Pastor Rick Warren shared recently.
Pastor Greg Laurie's annual Harvest festival is part of a long history of revival events in the southern state of Texas, historian Larry Eskridge says ahead of the stadium event in March.
Christians from Southern California traveled by tour buses to a suburb of Ensenada, Mexico, to join 150 local missionaries and believers to attend the grand opening of Puerta Hermosa (Beautiful Gate) Orphanage that serves as the home for abandoned and severely ill special needs children of Baja.