I'm not talking about the famous Christmas song. There are 12 days of Christmas, but they don't start when many seem to think they do.
I came across an interesting article about 'hot pastors' who are causing some problems in today's more contemporary churches.
North Carolina officials ordered a shutdown after a COVID-19 church outbreak blamed for three deaths and more than 100 infections.
Pope Francis became the first pontiff to endorse same-sex civil unions in an interview for an upcoming feature film documentary.
A series of outdoor worship concerts give Christians the chance to worship God while playing the persecution card.
A school district in Tennessee agreed to a lawsuit settlement that forces them to stop promoting Christianity in their schools.
Three California churches filed a lawsuit this week after the state imposed a singing ban claiming it violates their First...
With some churches champing at the bit to get back to normal, an Atlanta megachurch made a surprise announcement about their in-person services.
A friend of mine posted recently on Facebook that she didn't understand Christians claiming the wearing of a face mask would offend God.
Last week, just before Memorial Day holiday weekend, President Donald Trump called churches, synagogues and mosques essential places of worship.
You probably didn't notice, but I haven't been talking about faith each week. Typically, faith is a regular Friday topic.
In his annual Earth Day message, Pope Francis told Catholics they need to work together for the environment just as with the pandemic.
When state governors began ordering the closure of all but essential businesses, questions quickly emerged about churches. But where do they fit?
A churchgoer in Ohio told a reporter she wasn't worried about COVID-19 because she is "covered in His blood." It doesn't work that way.