Take a guess: Who do you think was determined to be "the most significant person ever?" Let's review the top 10 people and then consider the significance of "número uno" for us today.
A Gallup poll released earlier this week reveals that for the first time since the question was introduced, trust in clergy has dropped below 50 percent.
For a Los Angeles professional, a personal style challenge turns into a way to help out sex-trafficking victims around the world.
To me, Joseph is the unsung hero of the Christmas story. Very little is said about him, but he was a righteous man.
A Southern California megachurch pastor, Dante Gebel, hosted a youth event last weekend in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where 90,000 people from around the county gathered to hear his message of hope, specifically aimed for young adults.
National Christian Foundation (NCF), considered the largest Christian grant-making organization in the world, reached a monumental milestone in its giving history Tuesday when it received its six billionth dollar in contributions since 1982.
NBC has officially given the green light to the 12-hour miniseries "A.D.," dubbed a follow-up to the wildly successfully "The Bible" miniseries that aired on the History channel in the the spring and did wonders for the network's ratings and popularity among Christians.
Global membership in the United Methodist Church passed the 12.5 million mark in 2012, reaching a record number for the denomination, according to recently released statistics.
"I wanted the high-paying job. I wanted the big house. I wanted the cars. And ultimately, none of that satisfied me." Now he gets to practice his faith and preach the Gospel.
In reaction to Friday's ruling by a federal judge that parts of Utah's anti-polygamy law are unconstitutional, most conservatives, social conservatives in particular, have claimed that the ruling confirms the slippery slope arguments they made about the legalization of gay marriage. These conservatives are missing an opportunity, though, to praise the ruling for its defense of religious freedom.
I began writing this piece within hours of learning of the suicide death of Pastor Teddy Parker in Georgia and reflecting on the great burden on all pastors in an attempt to start a much needed dialogue on the unbearable standards of the pastorate and how we cope under that burden. What follows is two-part article and I invite others to weigh in on the subject.
U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon found that the National Security Agency (NSA) program which collects information on nearly all telephone calls made to, from, or within the United States is likely unconstitutional. Activists welcomed this decision as a step toward clearing up the "third party doctrine" and securing privacy for Americans in the digital age.
The latest ad for Apple's iPhone 5S is a Christmas surprise.
Let Rhema Marvanne's amazing voice help you prepare for Christmas.
Pastors oftentimes endure struggles that are hidden from the people they serve, however, one Florida pastor recently openly shared with his church, through a blog post, about the pressure he feels to live up to their expectations, and what he's learned from personal experiences and conversations with church leaders throughout the country.
More than 3,600 people attended LifeChurch.tv's first worship services at its newest campus in Moore, Okla., and about 70 people made commitments to follow Jesus Christ last Sunday at the branch of the multisite megachurch founded 7 years ago.