The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints called Utah resident Steven Murdock's alleged crime "unacceptable."
Jessie Goodman says Lee's Chapel Baptist Church will not hold a funeral service for his dying father.
Pastor E. W. Lucas is defending the sign outside Friendship Baptist Church in Appomattox, Virginia, which read, "America: Love or leave it," but on Sunday, his congregation staged a walkout during his service.
A popular Bible workbook author is speaking out against a Christian sing-along event for posting of a photo of a man with a Confederate flag. Madison Laird, who ultimately pressured the event organizers to delete it, compared it to waving a "Nazi flag."
A man wearing a church badge took her brother aside and told him that dogs aren’t allowed on the premises, saying “churches have the right to refuse service dogs.”
A 19-year-old girl tweeted about getting body-shamed at church, attracting the attention of body-positive activist Jameela Jamil.
City officials removed a controversial road sign from the entrance of a small Texas town early Monday morning, and now the church responsible for the sign has vowed to fight back against the decision.
Second Baptist Church in Palermo, Maine is defending its anti-LGBTQ sign. Longtime resident Stan York, a gay married man, says he's "sad" his children have to be exposed to homophobia.
The Lake County Sheriff's Department declined to provide private security for the event reportedly because, "It looks like a hate group."
While Jace Taylor’s immediate family welcomed the gay teen with open arms, it was his “second family” that betrayed him, he says.