President-elect Biden Puts His Faith in Maiden Speech

President-elect Joe Biden addressed a crowd in Wilmington, Delaware on November 7 where he recited the hymn, "On Eagle's Wings" and pledged to be a president "who seeks not to divide, but to unify."

More than 1,000 Faith Leaders Call for ‘Free and Fair Election’

More than 1,000 faith leaders, religious scholars and clergy members issued a statement calling for a "free and fair election."

More than 1,000 Faith Leaders Call for ‘Free and Fair Election’

More than 1,000 faith leaders, religious scholars and clergy members issued a statement calling for a "free and fair election." In a joint statement titled "Faith Leaders United to...

U.S. Faith Leaders Ask Congress For More Security Funding

In a letter sent to Congress, U.S. bishops together with other faith leaders asked for increased funding to enhance security in houses of worship. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’...

Summits Discuss Efforts in Support of Persecuted Christians

Christian advocacy group, In Defense of Christians (IDC), sponsored a digital summit on September 23 which discussed initiatives to support persecuted Christians.

CUFI Provides Divine Hope in Christ in the Fight Against Anti-Semitism

Pastor John Hagee sowed seeds of faith on a trip to the Western Wall in Jerusalem that gave birth into a growing ministry that unified America’s Christian Zionists in...

Tens of Thousands Attend DC Prayer March—Millions Watch World-Wide

On Saturday, September 26, tens of thousands of people poured into the capital and the National Mall to attend the Prayer March led by Franklin Graham. “It’s maybe the most...

U.S. Department of Defense Releases New Religious Liberty Policies

The U.S. Department of Defense released a new guidance strengthening religious freedom within the military.

Bible Reading Marathon Kicks Off in DC

The 2020 Bible Reading Marathon kicked off in the nation's Capitol on September 12 and will run until September 16.

60% of Americans Say Jesus is Salvation, Poll Shows

Three in five, or 60%, of Americans believe that they can find salvation through Jesus Christ.