Greta Lindecrantz, a Mennonite who opposes capital punishment, faced a third night in jail and possibly more after telling Judge Michelle Amico that her position hasn't changed.
Ray’s legal team is appealing his conviction and prosecutors want Lindecrantz to testify that he had an adequate defense in the case.
Ian Thompson was a verger at Westminster Abbey for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
After being personally involved in two incidents, Carl Chinn founded a non-profit to help houses of worship prevent violent incidents.
The Saint Paul Lutheran and Catholic Community of Faith holds Catholic services Saturday evenings and Lutheran services Sunday mornings, but is considered one community of faith.
The daughter of a Focus on the Family executive writes about her struggles with religion and sexuality after coming out as gay.
Cargill discriminated against Muslim employees by refusing to let them pray during breaks, the EEOC says.
This past Sunday was a milestone for Denver Community Church, where elders recently voted unanimously for full inclusion of LGBT people.
Global Mapping International, a faith-based nonprofit focused on providing research and geographic information software to the mission community, closes its doors Friday.
Pence urged the group to rekindle its interest in politics. He also declared the health law passed under President Barack Obama "dead."