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Complaints have been filed against a United Methodist bishop who presided over a same-sex wedding of two men in defiance of his denomination's rules prohibiting such ceremonies.
After years of protracted legal battles, the Third Church of Christ, Scientist, in Washington, D.C., will be demolished.
The first few months of 2014 are bringing with them a few changes to the business landscape in downtown Lenoir.
"You can't preach it like it is if you don't believe it like it was," is how Vance Havner, the legendary revival speaker from Catawba County, put it.
Homer's Church on the Rock has a singular purpose: "To do what we can to help strengthen homes," said Pastor Aaron Weisser.
Law enforcement officers in Virginia will no longer receive credit for a counterterrorism course taught by a former FBI agent and anti-Muslim activist after the academy where the course was taught canceled its accreditation the day it was scheduled to begin.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia Many Malaysians are invoking the power of prayer to aid the massive multinational search operation for the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared without a trace early Saturday.
DAVIDSON, N.C. In a small college town 20 miles north of Charlotte, N.C., "Homeless Jesus" is provoking more conversation than a month of Sunday sermons.
With Winter Jam, a hugely successful Christian music arena tour, hitting Colonial Life Arena this Friday, it makes one wonder: Is contemporary Christian music achieving its mission of being both contemporary and Christian? The artists featured at Winter Jam represent a cross section of the current Christian music scene, from the pop-appeal of ... (more)
Mary Jo Binker of Rosslyn, Va., receives ashes from the Rev. Kyle Oliver, assistant priest at St. Paul's Parish in Washington, D.C., on Ash Wednesday near the Foggy Bottom Metro station in Washington.
Elite Multimedia Productions recently hired industry veteran Jason "Cannonball" Jenkins as the new head of lighting in order to continue the growth of the Nashville-based audio, video and lighting production company's client base.
Snow wasn't the only thing sweeping the United States this winter. The 2014 Winter Jam Spectacular started in January, and has traveled coast to coast with a total of 47 shows.
A California resort town, already reeling from a legal fight over the placement of memorial crosses at a minor league baseball stadium, is now engaged in another round of bitter acrimony over the display of crosses on public land.
ST. LOUIS In a small storefront in Dogtown, a neighborhood known for its celebration of the Christian missionary St. Patrick, sits a congregation dedicated to converting Jews.
"Sometimes you feel like, 'Gosh, I can't go forward; it's just too much to bear,'" the singer/songwriter said in a recent phone interview.