Over 3,000 gospel musicians and fans will gather in Nashville, Tenn., this weekend for the Gospel Music Associations Music Week 07.
Platinum selling, Dove Award-winning recording artist Mark Schultz will be embarking on a cross-country bike ride to raise support for orphans and widows.
World Vision is continuing development work in the war-torn districts of Sri Lanka, as the conflict continues to tear apart the lives of thousands of men, women, and children.
World Vision staff members in Jakarta have teamed up to organize and distribute emergency relief aid after severe floods hit the Indonesian capital city. Hundreds of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes in a desperate attempt to find a safe place to shelter.
Teens across the country will participate in the 16th annual 30 Hour Famine Feb. 23-24, forsaking food for 30 hours to get a taste of what the world's poorest children and families face everyday.
International Bible Society (IBS) and Send the Light (STL) have announced their plans to merge the organizations following a three-month due diligence period.
The GMA (Gospel Music Association) Academy event in Dallas is quickly approaching, as attendees struggle to meet Jan. 16 deadlines to sign up.
An Icelandic version of The 100-Minute Bible reached number one in the countrys non-fiction bestseller list within two weeks of its launch last November.
Alternative worship artist David Crowder and his band were named Artist of the Year at the MSN Music portal, beating out Prince, Christina Aguilera, INXS, and Kenny Chesney.
The Anglican Church is on the brink of separation over homosexuality, and the head of the worldwide denomination has admitted that he fears losing control of the situation.
Internationally renowned Christian band Newsboys recently announced that their bass player, Phil Joel, has left the band to devote more time to family and personal goals. He parted ways with the band Dec. 31, 2006.
Saddam Hussein has been executed by hanging at a secure facility in northern Baghdad for crimes against humanity.
The head of the worldwide Anglican Communion expressed regret over not doing more to oppose the Iraq war.
An evangelical consultant has been hired by Hillary Clinton to help attract Christian conservatives in her likely 2008 presidential campaign.
Christian Aid has welcomed African Unions (AU) decision to extend the mandate of its peacekeeping force in Darfur, Sudan, until the end of the year.
A group of cyclists consisting of Christian, Muslim, and Jewish members have bicycled from London to central Europe recently as part of a campaign to encourage peace between Israel and Palestine.
The World Council of Churches stated Wednesday that churches must advocate for people living with HIV and AIDS to have access to the treatments made available by medical science.
A new body has been established by the World Council of Churches (WCC) to promote the participation of youth in the organizations life and work.
Christian Aid and its partner organizations welcomed the ceasefire between the Ugandan government and the Lords Resistance Army (LRA) but questioned whether the agreement would lead to peace.
Following a weeklong vigil for peace, the Archbishop of York has claimed that the Middle East conflict is now the greatest recruiting tool for Muslim extremists.