Intervarsity Christian Fellowship/USA, based in Madison, Wisc., is an "evangelical Christian mission serving students and faculty on college and university campuses."
In 2011, President Alexander Hill made $178,345 in "reportable compensation" and $30,464" in "other compensation from the organization and related organizations."
Catholic Charities USA is one of the largest charity networks in the country and works with hundreds of local and national charity organizations on humanitarian relief and alleviating poverty.
In 2010, its president, Father Larry Snyder, made $219,929.
Colorado Springs, Colo.-based Focus on the Family says is mission is to share "the Gospel of Jesus Christ while promoting Biblical family values."
In 2011, its president, Jim Daly, was paid $238,227 in "reportable compensation" and $27,526 "other compensation from the organization and related organizations."
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes, based in Kansas City, Mo., operates Christian clubs for athletes in hundreds of high schools, colleges, universities, as well as camps and events across U.S. cities.
In 2011, its president and former NFL coach Les Steckel (right) made $141,145 in "reportable compensation" and $144,056 in "other compensation from the organization and related organizations."
Charles Stanley, the senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Atlanta, is also the founder and president of In Touch Ministries, a TV, radio and magazine ministry that aims to "lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ."
In 2010, Stanley made $296,468 from In Touch Ministries, including his base compensation, retirement and deferred compensation and nontaxable benefits.
American Jewish World Service describes itself as a "faith-based international development organization" that works with international community groups on humanitarian relief, development and social justice issues.
In 2011, President Ruth Messinger made $294,866 in "reportable compensation" and $26,818 in "other compensation from the organization and related organizations."
(Pictured: Messinger and George Clooney attend a dinner hosted by the Save Darfur Coalition September 13, 2006 in New York City.)
Young Life, an evangelical organization based in Colorado Springs, Colo., describes itself as a "ministry to help adolescents around the world become exposed to the person of Jesus Christ," including running many international and U.S.-based Christian camps and youth events.
In 2011, the ministry's president, Denny Rydberg, was paid $349,841 in "reportable compensation" and $45,291 "other compensation from the organization and related organizations."
Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) is one of the largest Christian television networks in the world. It calls itself a "church whose primary purpose it to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world."
As the New York Times reported last year, founders Paul and Janice Crouch live in multi-million dollar mansions "provided by the network using viewer donations and tax-free earnings."
In terms of IRS-reported salary and compensation the Crouches together made $795,884 in 2011, with it nearly split evenly between the two.
Christian Broadcasting Network, known best for its founder and The 700 Club host Pat Robertson, actually pays the most money to his son, Gordon Robertson, who runs the network has appeared on The 700 Club as a substitute for his father.
In 2011, Gordon Robertson was paid $404,394 by in "reportable compensation" and $25,250 in "other compensation from the organization and related organizations." His father was paid $16,574 in "reportable compensation" and $124,875 in the "other" category.
Pat Robertson, who is estimated to have made millions over his lifetime, has made money from being the founder of Regent University in Virginia Beach, Va., the American Center for Law and Justice, and The Family Channel, which was sold several times and is currently part of ABC Family Worldwide, Inc.
Birthright Israel aims to "support the education of members of the Jewish community outside Israel about Judaism and its heritage, and to foster bonds between the Jews of the diaspora and the state of Israel." It's known best for sending thousands of young Jews from around the U.S. on free trips to Israel each year.
Former President Robert Aronson, who stepped down in 2012, made $466,838 in 2011 from the job. That included base compensation, bonus and incentives, retirement and deferred compensation and nontaxable benefits.
(Image shows preparations before President Barack Obama's speech to Israeli students on March 21, 2013 in Jerusalem, Israel.)
EMF is one of the nation's largest Christian radio companies and runs the K-LOVE and Air1 radio networks, which largely play contemporary Christian music. It's mission, it says, is to "operate non-commercial religious and educational radio stations."
In 2011, president Mike Novak made $469,200 in "reportable compensation" and $20,223 in "other compensation from the organization and related organizations."
Billy Graham's son, Franklin Graham III (right), is the head of Samaritan's Purse, which describes itself as a "nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to people hurting around the world with the purpose of sharing God's love through his son, Jesus Christ."
In 2012, Franklin Graham III was paid $437,255 in "reportable compensation" and $175,629 in "other compensation from the organization and related organizations."