In a press conference Friday afternoon, President Trump declared houses of worship "essential" and said he would override governor's gathering bans on houses of worship if he had to.
Once again the Musem of the Bible is making headlines for its possession of stolen antiquities. This time, while conducting an investigation the museum learned that its Gilgamesh Dream Tablet was stolen from Iraq.
Minnesota Church Leaders Call 10 Person Limit at Services 'Unfair,' Plan to Re-Open despite Restrictions
Church leaders in Minnesota are claiming that the 10-person limited placed on church services is "unfair," and despite restrictions, plan to reopen their doors by May 26.
The mayor of a Texas town sparked controversy after he asserted that women should not be allowed to lead a group of people in prayer and that they should literally stay silent in the church.
After several churches were fined for meeting in person in defiance of Chicago bans, a local businessman and former mayoral candidate offered to pay the $500 fines.
A Harvard professor is facing backlash after he said "belief in an afterlife is a malignant delusion" and actually "devalues actually life."
Mississippi Church Pushing Back against Lockdown Orders Is Burned to the Ground in Suspected Arson Attack
On Wednesday, a church in Mississippi attempting to push back against lockdown orders was burned to the ground in a suspected act of arson.
Gospel Music's Bill Gaither Plans to Share the Gospel through His Partnership with the Game Show Network
In an interview with Christian Headlines, Gospel Music legend Bill Gaither opens up about how he plans to share the Gospel through his partnership with the Game Show Network.
The American Family Association has launched a petition in hopes to get PBS' Pride Month miniseries on YouTube and television broadcast canceled.
The French Council of State ruled this week that a ban on religious gatherings is unlawful.