The owners of Ashers Baking Company lost the appeal against a ruling that found them guilty of discriminating a gay man when they refused to bake a cake with a pro-gay marriage slogan. The decision was handed down by the Belfast's Court of Appeal on Monday.
As election day draws near, Franklin Graham directed the attention of Christians to another important conflict. He warned that the fight against godless secularism is intensifying and suggested that Christians should put on the armor of God.
The non-profit organization Faith in Public Life (FPL) launched an advertising campaign that questioned Donald Trump's moral capability to lead as the president of the U.S. One of the advertisements featured best-selling Christian author Max Lucado denouncing the Republican presidential nominee.
Popular theologian Wayne Grudem has expressed his support for Donald Trump again after retracting his endorsement earler. He explained that he is voting for the Republican presidential nominee because his policies are better than Hillary Clinton's.
U.S. presidential campaign tensions seeped into a high-profile charity dinner on Thursday as Donald Trump joked about sending Hillary Clinton to prison and she alluded to Trump's statements about women by estimating how he might rate the Statue of Liberty's attractiveness a four, maybe a five.
A woman who was incarcerated at a North Korean prison camp has revealed that people living under the regime are taught to hate Christians and told that Christians kill people in order to sell their victims' blood.
Several Iraqi Christian students narrowly escaped death when ISIS launched a surprise attack on the Iraqi city of Kirkuk. The students, who hid under the bed as the militants rummaged through their house, ascribed their survival to a miracle.
A coalition of faith leaders, law enforcement, politicians and healthcare officials are urging residents of California to vote against the proposition that would legalize marijuana for recreational use.
Christian advocacy group Open Doors U.K. reported that more than 80 percent of Christians have fled Iraq since the war broke out in 2003. In Syria, about half of the Christians have left the country since 2010.
A Texas federal judge has reaffirmed the nationwide injunction against the school bathroom policy which requires public schools to allow transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that corresponds to their gender identity.
The director of Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good (CACG) admitted that some progressives have attempted to divide the Catholic Church but denied that the organization was created for that purpose.
A record number of 9,759 refugees have been resettled in the U.S. this year by charity organization World Relief with the help of 1,180 churches. It is reported to be the largest number of refugees assisted by the organization since 1999.
As an Iraqi-led coalition fights to free Mosul from ISIS, many displaced Christians are hopeful they can return home soon. But some are not eager to go back, fearing that they would not have a home to return to.
Two members of a Protestant house church in southern China are currently on trial for spying while another is being tried for "illegal business activities" as part of an ongoing crackdown on unofficial churches.
Judges, pro-life investigators and abortion industry organizations presented arguments before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Tuesday regarding the release of videos that exposed Planned Parenthood's alleged sales of baby parts.
A jihadist group known as Movement for Unity and Jihad in West Africa (MUJAO) is believed to be behind the kidnapping of American aid worker in Niger. Jeffery Woodke, who has lived in Niger since 1992, was abducted from his home in Abalak last Friday.