At nontraditional congregations popping up across the country, many people have stories of rocky relationships with church. But they felt something was missing when they left.
Hundreds of pastors from around Iowa are involved in a "church ambassador program," meeting with and offering prayer for elected officials from both sides of the aisle.
Which types of laws—or combinations of laws—actually reduce homicides? New research that analyzes state-level homicide rates over a quarter-century provides some clear answers
The Supreme Court issued a late-night reprieve to a Texas man scheduled to be executed this evening (Mar. 29). It appears that the issue was essentially the same as an earlier case in Alabama: whether the state can allow inmates of certain faiths to have
A hospital chaplain recounts that people who are very ill, and those who are approaching their death, share their spiritual experiences. They are very real, often vivid and intense, delight or darkness, and anyone can have them.
As Democrats continue campaigning for the 2020 presidential primary season, some candidates appear to be highlighting issues of faith as they seek to appeal to a wider swath of voters.
It is no secret that the United States is a country of inequality. But having inequality on our political and cultural map is one thing; figuring out what to do about it in our own lives is another.
Data collected by Barna in partnership with Alpha USA found that half of practicing Christians (52%) are completely comfortable extending an invitation for their friends to visit church. It also shows there are many other forms of faith-sharing that those outside the Church would be
A high school senior in Kentucky has filed a lawsuit after being barred from school and extracurricular activities because he has not been vaccinated, claiming his decision is required by his religious beliefs.