Following the tragedy at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, Christians wrestle with the reality of violence in their own churches, yet look forward in hope.
The Expectations Project recently organized a Hope on the Hill event, a gathering centered on prayer, worship and action to address education inequality, on Capitol Hill.
U.S. Evangelical leaders have been hard at work signing cross-denominational statements on pertinent issues, the latest one focused on protecting particular immigrants.
The Reformed African American Network (RAAN) has been rebranded to "The Witness: A Black Christian Collective." The organization's president, Jemar Tisby, explains the transition in an exclusive interview.
Prior to his season-ending injury, Jeremy Lin was in the news for getting dreadlocks. The Nets point guard even wrote an op-ed about his decision and its relation to cultural appropriation.
A majority of White Americans believe there is discrimination against Whites in in the U.S. today, according to a recent NPR survey.
Over 146 years ago, on October 24, 17 Chinese men and boys were tortured and hanged in public in Chinatown in Los Angeles, California, in an event called the Chinese Massacre of 1871.
Resistance is intrinsically attached to freedom, for freedom cannot come without rebellion. Reach Records artist KB channels that message on his new project, "Today We Rebel."
Carlos Whittaker, author and worship leader, tells how he turned to the Holy Spirit to defeat the spiders in his life and encourages Christians to do the same in his new book, "Kill the Spider."
Former President George W. Bush gave a speech on Thursday rebuking the Trump administration, white supremacy and nativism.