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Nashville, Tenn. Five-time GRAMMY winner and highly acclaimed singer-songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman gave the performance of a lifetime earlier this month at one of the most famous concert venues in the world, Carnegie Hall in New York City.
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America's vaunted Protestant work ethic is getting a makeover: Now it might be more of an atheist work ethic.
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An estimated 200 houses were burned down, and 16 people were killed, according to the Punch, Nigeria's most popular newspaper.
Bill Gothard, an Illinois-based advocate for home schooling and conservative dress who warned against rock music and debt, has resigned from the ministry he founded after allegations of sexually harassing women who worked at his ministry and failing to report child abuse cases.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued new, detailed guidelines for employers Thursday as the number of complaints and million-dollar settlements for cases of religious workplace discrimination neared record levels in 2013.
LOVE announced the nominees for this year's second annual K-LOVE Fan Awards at a March 4 press event at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville.
She owned Noah's Ark Christian Childcare and worked as director of the day care at St. Paul's Lutheran School.
The release will be available on CD as well as a limited edition vinyl LP in true analog.
Dr. Gary Chapman will lead a conference titled "The Marriage You've Always Wanted" from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. March 15 at Homer High School's Mariner Theatre.
CAIRO, Egypt A group of Christian youth activists that came together in the tumultuous aftermath of the Egyptian revolution is looking to the future and hoping to build on the gains wrought in Tahrir Square by mobilizing young people to better advocate for themselves.
Atheist-turned-believer Sara Miles rubs ashes on the forehead of a man sitting on a San Francisco street.
The Jesus myth is still a hot topic today. The Gospel of Mark is the earliest account of Jesus.
American evangelicals are denouncing a new Uganda law that criminalizes homosexuality, reiterating a position that many have held for years but which has nonetheless drawn scrutiny and skepticism from critics.
WASHINGTON Secretary of State John Kerry brought his argument for a two-state Israeli-Palestinian peace to the annual AIPAC conference this week, and whatever else we might know, we know this: Many evangelical Christians didn't like it.
Author and priest Dwight Longenecker says the Christian story is more than a myth and the greatest story ever told.
Michael W. Smith says he can do more to help others. The K-LOVE Christian radio fan awards producers want to build four homes in economically devastated Detroit as part of this year's festivities.