College in Colorado sued for denying Bible-themed donor plaque

By: The Associated Press

DENVER — A graduate of a Colorado university who wanted to cite Bible verses on a football locker-room plaque for a donation he made is suing his alma mater for rejecting his request.

Michael Lucas wanted a...

Christian comedian Chonda Pierce unafraid to tackle depression in upcoming Colorado Springs show

By: Jennifer Mulson

Life hasn't always been a laugh a minute for Chonda Pierce.

The Christian stand-up comedian has faced her fair share of struggles, including a preacher father with bipolar disorder who abruptly abandoned his...

Church on the Ranch finds new home 3 years after Waldo Canyon fire

By: Ryan Maye Handy

After more than three years of itinerant status, the Church on the Ranch has found a new home, although not on Flying W Ranch.

Started in May 2008, the church called the beloved Flying W Ranch home until June...

Colorado Springs area religious events starting Oct. 4, 2015

By: Carlotta Olson



"Sun and Open Sky" - 2:30 p.m, First Christian Church, 16 E. Platte Ave., $5-$25;

Third Day - An Evening of Worship - With...

Vatican: Pope met with gay student, partner in Kim Davis twist

By: The Associated Press

VATICAN CITY — The Vatican on Friday distanced Pope Francis from Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk at the center of the U.S. gay marriage debate, saying she was one of dozens of people the pope greeted as he left...

Historic chapel will be home of Colorado Springs Public Market


For the second time in a year, proponents of a long-envisioned public market have announced a home for the project. But this time, they feel they've found the right place to make it a reality.

The former...

Appeal heard in dispute over Ten Commandments monument

By: The Associated Press

DENVER — A New Mexico municipality that wants to keep a 6-foot-tall Ten Commandments monument outside city hall told a federal appeals court the structure is not government speech because it was privately...

Why Franklin Graham's salary raises eyebrows among Christian nonprofits

By: Christine Wicker Religion News Service

Franklin Graham's annual compensation of $880,000, revealed in a Charlotte Ob- server story, has some worrying that too many top Christian nonprofit leaders as well as pastors are seeing themselves as CEOs instead...