Millionaire and interior designer Simrin Choudhrie, 29, made a large donation after going undercover as a volunteer at the shop for the show "Secret Millionaire" on U.K. television.
The Evangelical Alliance Italy is distributing aid and Bibles to tens of thousands of refugees who have fled North African countries in recent months. The alliance is supporting migrants gathered on the island of Lampedusa and in a refugee camp in Mineo, Sicily.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the Elders group of global leaders have condemned the violence and “grave violations of human rights” in the Ivory Coast.
A new survey of the British public has found that most people, 57 percent, still identify themselves as Christians.
Churches in Japan are still desperately trying to confirm the safety of their parishioners six days after an earthquake and tsunami devastated the north-eastern region.
Release International has launched a new campaign calling upon North Korea to protect the human rights of Christians.
Ads are running on more than 200 buses in London, Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Birmingham, Cardiff and Exeter with the slogan "Not religious? In this year's census say so."
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has said he is confident opponents of Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi will succeed in bringing freedom to their country.
Church services were held across New Zealand Sunday to remember those who died in the devastating 6.3-magnitude earthquake that struck the nation's second largest city, Christchurch, earlier this week.
Just a few weeks after President Hosni Mubarak was ousted from power in Egypt, believers in the country are hoping for a new era of freedom not only in their own country, but across the Arab world.
Writing in the National Review on Monday, the former Bishop of Rochester said British Prime Minister David Cameron was right to criticize the doctrine of multiculturalism in his recent speech at the Munich Security Conference.
In a telegram to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, the Pope spoke of his "profound pain and firm condemnation" of the attack and "his feelings of spiritual closeness and heartfelt condolences to the victims' families."
Torrential rains in the mountainous area around Rio de Janeiro have triggered one of Brazil's worst ever natural disasters, with more than 400 people still missing and an estimated 20,000 people now homeless.
Being a whole-life disciple in Britain today may come at great cost to Christians, says Nigel Hopper of the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity.
A Muslim man was sentenced to death by an Egyptian state security court on Sunday for his part in killing Coptic Christians.
With Sri Lanka facing its worst natural disaster since the 2004 tsunami, Christian aid agencies are providing emergency relief to those affected by heavy monsoon rains.
Christians around the world are praying for Sudan as Southern Sudanese begin Sunday a seven-day referendum to vote whether to remain united with the North or become independent.
People in the West Bank may be suffering but Christmas remains a time of joy and celebration for Christians in and around Bethlehem, says one leader.
Christian street preacher Dale Mcalpine is to receive more than $10,000 in damages after police in Cumbria, England, admitted wrongful arrest, unlawful imprisonment and a breach of his human rights.
A Vienna-based watchdog released a new report where it voiced concern over the ability of Christians in Europe to publicly express their faith. It warned that discriminatory laws were preventing the equal exercise of freedom in the areas of speech, conscience and religion
Home Secretary Theresa May has said she will be "actively" considering whether to ban the U.S. pastor who caused a diplomatic and media storm when he threatened to burn a Quran to mark 9/11.
A street preacher has been awarded more than $6,000 in damages after a judge ruled it was wrong for police to arrest and handcuff him for speaking out against homosexuality.
The Christian Institute is appealing for prayer ahead of a court hearing next week on the case of Christian guesthouse owners who refused to accommodate a homosexual couple.
Pope Benedict XVI is scheduled to meet with the new general secretary of the World Council of Churches, the Rev. Dr. Olav Fykse Tveit, on Saturday.
A mother of two has become the first Christian woman in Pakistan to be sentenced to death for blasphemy. Asia Bibi, a field laborer in her thirties, was handed the sentence by a court of sessions in Punjab province on Sunday.