Trump Sends $50M in Aid for Christians in Syria

President Donald Trump announced on October 12 that the U.S. will send $50 million in emergency financial aid to Christians, religious minorities and human rights organizations in war-torn Syria.

Christian Leaders Join Members of Congress in Urging President Trump to Move US Embassy...

By Daryl Heading, ICE Murfreesboro, TN - Prominent evangelical leaders sent a letter this week to President Trump urging him to fulfill his campaign promise to move the United States...

Americans Not Yet Ready to Go Back to Church

As the country reopens establishments and places of worship, most Americans are still afraid to return to their normal routines.

California Bans Church Singing

The California state government has issued a directive that temporarily bans singing and chanting in church and other places of worship.

In the Midst of Chaos

Where do we turn in the midst of chaos? Or rather, where should we turn? 2017 seems to be a year of tragedy unlike America has experienced in quite some time.

See You at the Pole: Over 3 Million Students Expected to Meet for Prayer

See You at the Pole (SYATP) is an annual meeting for public prayer held on the fourth Wednesday in September in which Christian students from elementary school to college level meet at the school flagpole to pray.

Religious Women are Most Satisfied in Marriage —Study

A new report found that the happiest wives in America are those who belong to a highly religious, traditional couple.

Prayer Book Society Sees Growing Interest in Book of Common Prayer

According to the Prayer Book Society (PBS), over 130 delegates are expected to attend the 23rd annual three-day conference which will be held at Cirencester's Royal Agricultural University later...

Mass Celebrated in California Church Destroyed by Fire

Devoted Christians attended Mass on July 12 at a church in California that was destroyed by a massive fire the previous day.

Record-high Bible Readers on Easter

More people read the Bible this Easter Sunday compared to last year as the COVID-19 pandemic forced churches to close their buildings and kept people in their homes.