Christian relief and development agency World Vision has warned that there will be no long-term fix to the impending food crisis in southern Africa unless the international community unites to combat its root causes.
Churches across the United Kingdom are pulling out all the stops to welcome lapsed Christians back to church this Sunday. Bishops and members of 38 churches have come up with novel new ways of making the welcome back for this year's newcomers and 'returners' extra special.
Christian ministries are uniting for a key event in Birmingham next month to raise awareness among churchgoers about human trafficking and other forms of modern day slavery.
The Bishop of London launched a new ten-day prayer and fasting initiative on Sunday to bring more attention to the Millennium Development Goals and efforts to halve extreme global poverty.
Church leaders must set aside sentimental attachment to buildings and concentrate on delivering the Gospel message, says one of the Presbyterian Church of Wales's leading figures.
The international community must demonstrate the same commitment to wiping out growing "Christianophobia" as to tackling anti-Semitism or Islamophobia, the Vatican's foreign minister said on Friday.
Hundreds of Australian Christians are stretching their legs to help bring God's Word to persecuted believers around the world. More than 700 Christians have taken part in a Walk4Bibles event this year.
As Hindu radicals go on the rampage in India's Orissa state, Christians are "running for their lives," says one missionary. One woman was killed and a priest seriously injured when a mob burned down a Christian orphanage Monday.
The evangelist at the center of contentious revival meetings in Lakeland, Fla., has filed for separation from his wife. Todd Bentley has also taken the decision to step down from the leadership of his organization, Fresh Fire Ministries.
The future for Pakistan's minority Christian community is uncertain after the resignation of Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf this week, says Glenn Penner of Voice of the Martyrs Canada.
The evangelical Christian parents of U.S. chart topper Katy Perry have lashed out against the lyrics of their daughter's No. 1 hit single "I Kissed A Girl."
A global aid agency has called upon the international community to help broker an immediate ceasefire and protect civilians caught up in the conflict over Georgia's breakaway South Ossetia region.
Christian Solidarity Worldwide is calling for "urgent, specific and meaningful action" from the United Nations to address Burma's ongoing political and humanitarian crisis.
An atheist, lesbian and playboy are just some of the non-Christians who agreed to participate in Bible studies and Christian mentoring as part of a new television series airing in the United Kingdom this month.
"If we are to present Christ as good news, we need to take advantage of every tool at our disposal," says Joel Edwards, General Director of the Evangelical Alliance UK.
The Chinese Christian Herald Crusade (CCHC)'s Restaurant Gospel Ministry is taking the Gospel to hundreds of Chinese restaurant workers across Europe this summer.
A new book hitting shelves this week flies in the face of gloomy predictions of church decline by setting out exactly why so many people still head to their local churches each Sunday.
The Catholic Bishops Conference of Zimbabwe has condemned the widespread violence that followed the countrys March 29 presidential election and appealed to political parties to exercise restraint.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama launched a new Web site this week in a bid to quash a number of rumors that question his faith and the extent of his patriotism, as well as his wifes views on race.
Hope08, a yearlong grassroots initiative, is challenging Christians across the United Kingdom to give a million hours of kindness during the countrys public holiday on the first Monday in May.
Cities and communities around the world are getting ready to switch off their lights in a powerful and united statement to world leaders that they need to take immediate action on climate change.
The Poverty and Justice Bible, the latest release from Bible Society, has broken new ground as the first ever to literally highlight the more than 2,000 passages that reveal Gods sorrow over poverty and injustice, and His command to believers to act to eradicate them.
World Vision staff in Chad fear that the violence and chaos surrounding attempts to overthrow the countrys president could spiral into a humanitarian disaster if the fighting is not brought to a halt soon.
A British Airways check-in worker who refused to hide her cross necklace at work lost her case for religious discrimination.
Turkish police have uncovered a plot to murder a priest, throwing the spotlight once again on religious freedom and security for Christians in the predominantly-Muslim yet secular country.