Religious People Who Feel Lonely Have More Purpose than Lonely Atheists

In a secular study conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan, results show that religious people who are lonely and see God as a friend have a higher sense of purpose in life and comfort compared to lonely people who do not believe in God.

Summit Seeks to Develop Leaders to Impact Communities

Los Angeles’ Mosaic Church Senior Pastor Erwin McManus was a featured speaker at this year’s international Global Leadership Summit (GLS), and he inspired listeners...

Survey: Africa, Latin America, the U.S. Have the Most Committed Christians

Christianity remains the world's largest religion and a latest survey showed that Christians in Africa, Latin America, and the United States have the ...

Church of England to Place a Church on Every UK Estate

In a move to revitalize Christianity in the UK, the Church of England (CoE) plans to build a church on every estate in the country, reports UK news magazine, Daily Express.

Franklin Graham Slams Abortion-themed Ice Cream

Evangelist Franklin Graham called a new abortion-themed ice cream \

Adoration 2018 – Gathering to Worship and Pray for the Appalachian Community

The movement is happening through a worship event called Adoration. Its stated mission is to see representatives from as many as 1,000 churches sign up to come together to worship Jesus Christ

Jacksonville Landing Shooting

Sunday afternoon, a gunman opened fired on gamers at a John Madden Football gaming event at GLHF (Good Luck Have Fun) game bar at the Jacksonville Landing.

Christianity Grows in Chilean Region Despite Church Arsons

The Council of Pastors of La Araucanía in Chile said the recent burning of churches in the region did not stop Christianity from growing.

Fewer Americans Go to Religious Services: Pew Survey

The Pew Research Center found that there is a decline among Americans who are regularly attending religious services and the reason is not because of ...

Christian Upbringing Lessens Suicidal Behavior in Teens

Researchers found that teenagers brought up in a religious household are less likely to think about suicide or die from suicide.