Jesus on Facebook: Churches use social-networking sites

Social-networking sites like Facebook and MySpace are redefining the way many Americans build and maintain relationships—and also how their churches communicate.

FAITH DIGEST: Disputed dinner fails to deliver dialogue

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad dined with 300 religious and political leaders in New York, but the controversial event offered far less dialogue than advertised.

Megachurches experience growth through multiple satellite locations

Megachurches known for big buildings, big schools and big crowds continue to grow. But a new study detects shifts in the way they are expanding.

Dads create clean, Christian version of MySpace

Two Alabama dads couldn't find a safe place on the Internet for their kids to do social networking. So they created

Young evangelicals differ from elders on gays, similar on abortion rights

pollA new poll says white evangelicals under 30 are just as opposed to abortion as their older counterparts, but more liberal in their views on same-sex marriage or civil unions for gays.
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