Survey: Americans Are Becoming Less Christian

New research suggests that Christianity continues in its decline in the US, while those without religious affiliation see a sharp rise in number.

American Christians Consider Their Pastors as Friends

A recent survey showed that 50% of American Christians treat their pastors as a friend. The Barna Group published a study on Christians' relationships with their lead pastor or priest outside of church services and events.

250,000 Students Joined ‘Fields of Faith’

Fields of Faith drew more than 250,000 students to football fields across the nation to share their faith in Christ.

More than Half a Million Students Joined ‘Bring Your Bible to School Day’

Christian-based group Focus on the Family celebrated 'Bring Your Bible to School Day' on October 3 where more than 500,000 students in the US participated.

Trump Prioritizes Religious Freedom at the UN Climate Summit

World leaders gathered at the UN Headquarters on September 23 for a major climate change summit, but US President Donald Trump preferred to talk about religious freedom instead.

Men Read More w/ Bible Apps, But Absorb Less

A new study suggests that men read more than women when using digital Bibles, but absorb less information.

Churches Convert Spaces For Freelancers

More and more people are now working from home that faith organizations are opening their spaces to accommodate the needs of telecommuters.

Interfaith March Set to Support Religious Freedom

An interfaith march is set for September 22nd in Los Angeles and in at least 25 cities and 10 cities abroad.

Trump to Lift Federal Funding Ban on Faith-Based HBCUs

President Donald Trump announced on September 10 that he plans to lift the ban on federal funding for faith-based historically black colleges and universities.

Claims Vaping a Safe Alternative to Smoking Go up in Smoke

While smoke is not involved in vaping, a firestorm of controversy about the safety of vaping has filled the air recently.
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Hungary and Russia Join Forces to Protect Mideast Christians

Hungary and Russia have agreed to work together to protect persecuted Christians in the Middle East and in Syria.

Group Calls for International Action to Help Persecuted Christians

Aid to the Church in Need published a report that called for international intervention to help persecuted Christians, particularly in the Middle East.

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.