Prayer and Meditation
Over 70 years after losing track of her friend, Ruth Brandspiegel heard Israel Eisenberg's name announced during a virtual synagogue service.
World Relief, the National Association of Evangelicals, and other groups that lean conservative on social issues have started a criminal justice reform project.
President Donald Trump faced intense backlash after claiming Joe Biden would “hurt God.”
"We’ll work on helping, but not now, it’s just too soon," said "The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and thousands of other Muslims gathered for Friday prayers at the nearly 1,500-year-old house of worship.
The tens of thousands of people protesting Floyd's death have shown that marching isn't the only way to make a statement.
Wylie Mayor Eric Hogue cites biblical passage saying women should "keep silence in the churches."
Whether it’s asking for strength to face a tough day or courage to demand justice, a study shows many Americans are leaning on this ancient practice.
People of faith around the world are turning to prayer during the Covid-19 pandemic. But why exactly do we pray? It turns out, prayer isn’t just about religion. And while the ways people pray vary widely, the basic human need to reach out to something outside of ourselves is universal.
Critics slammed the first lady's "empty words" and recalled Donald Trump's haphazard handling of the pandemic.