Churches across the U.S. and around the world will be streaming virtual services today.
Pastor Mario Murillo said Christians should pray for the nation to "wake up from this spell."
Faithful America said the controversial Republican is "twisting Scripture to interfere with COVID-19 health measures."
"He's finished. He's done," Robin Bullock said, referring to President Joe Biden.
Claiming "evil" forces "stole" the U.S. presidential election from Trump, self-proclaimed prophet Rick Joyner urged true Christians to arm themselves for a coming civil war.
"We feel the urgent need to denounce this violent mutation of our faith," the evangelical Christian leaders wrote in an open letter.
"As long as Biden continues to push this hard-left agenda down the throats of Americans there's not going to be any unity," Pastor Robert Jeffress told Fox Business.
They argue Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, nonprofits he heads, "are complicit" in spreading misinformation about the election.
Representative Adam Kinzinger said Tuesday that Christian leaders should "lead the flock back into the truth."
Videos posted to social media show youthful attendees of the Christian "Xtreme Winter" event in Branson, Missouri mingling without following social distancing guidelines or wearing face masks.
It wouldn't be the holidays without the annual talk about the so-called "War on Christmas." But when did this controversy actually start?
According to an investigative report by "Inside Edition," Daystar Television paid back a $3.9 million PPP loan, with interest, after the newsmagazine show looked into how the money was used.
"You know what, I quit, I f***ing quit. What is wrong with you people?" the Denny's server told the men in Christian T-shirts, who cited "religious discrimination."
The viral video shows the escort calling out the protester for trying to shame patients by calling them cowards. The escort tells them to "shut the f**k up."
Jackson, who has also run for various political offices, told his congregation that he tested positive for COVID-19 in a video shared Monday. He had previously told church-goers that he wouldn't get coronavirus and planned to hold services regardless of restrictions.
Christian "prophets" and ministers across the U.S. are following up on their nearly unanimous prophecies proclaiming President Donald Trump would "without question" win re-election.
Pastor George Pearsons said Trump had "endeavored to follow" God's word.
"The president has constantly tried to divide Americans along religious and racial lines," Faithful America's Nathan Empsall said.
A video posted on Twitter shows someone with a West sign being forced to leave a rally for the vice president.
Whatever one's views are on Turkey's trajectory, pro or con, America must have Azerbaijan's back.
"Progressive and moderate Christians alike must speak out now against this latest election-year hijacking of our faith," Faithful America said.
Republican lawmakers at this year's Faith and Freedom Coalition conference in Atlanta offered prayers to President Donald Trump as he fights off a COVID-19 infection, and many attendees say he is the only candidate "defending religion" in America.
The leaders told viewers to pray for confusion for Biden so that his "already rehearsed" responses would come out as "babble."
"They're all hustlers," Trump reportedly said, describing conservative religious leaders.
Reverend Nathan Empsall described the award for the attorney general as "a political maneuver simply intended to further hijack religion for Donald Trump's reelection."
Federal Election Commission Chair James E. "Trey" Trainor III, an appointee of President Donald Trump who worked for his 2016 campaign, insisted that there is no separation between church and state while calling the upcoming election a "spiritual war" between "good and evil."
As protests continue across the country against racial injustice and police violence, a new poll shows that the number of overall adults, white adults, and practising Christians who say that race is a problem in the U.S has decreased.
Reverend Nathan Empsall of Faithful America said President Donald Trump has "distorted" the Gospel message of Christianity to serve a "hateful, right-wing agenda."
Liberty University's top lawyer reportedly expressed concerns that continued contact between Jerry Falwell Jr. and staff would be "not well received by our supporters who do not want Mr. Falwell to be running Liberty University behind the scenes" in a recent letter to employees.