Christians in the United Kingdom are being asked to take part in an international day of prayer on behalf of Dalits, also known as untouchables, who continue to face discrimination in India.
Christians across the United Kingdom took a stand for their faith Wednesday with the launch of the nationwide Not Ashamed campaign. The campaign is meant to spark a "robust" national debate about the place of the Christian faith in modern Britain.
Christians Against Poverty is urging people not to give into the temptation of a loan to cover the cost of their Christmas celebrations.
When it comes to getting the tree decorated, the turkey roasted to perfection and gifts the children actually want, mothers seem to get it done.
Science is no obstacle to faith for John Lennox, the Christian mathematician who is about to release a new book challenging Stephen Hawking's recent assertion that the creation of the universe happened without God.
The Archbishop of York has called on Christians to have a robust faith and stand up for what they believe in.
As the investigation into Eddie Long's conduct continues, one Baptist leader is urging Christians not to buy into the "razzamatazz and hype" surrounding the case.
Christians and fans of the Christmas season will be able to see the Nativity story unfold on Twitter starting Dec. 1.
Over 100 million Christians are expected to take part in a day of prayer and action on behalf of the world's poor today.
As thousands of churches in the U.K. welcomed back former churchgoers on Sunday, the Archbishop of Canterbury told believers that people still desire for God.
Christian Solidarity Worldwide has called upon Indonesia's government to safeguard religious freedom and pluralism in the wake of attacks on Christians and Ahmadiyya Muslims in the country.
David Fulton, 61, from Troon in Ayrshire was released Friday after he and his wife were found guilty of sedition and sentenced to hard labor in December 2008.
This year's Soul Survivor summer event saw at least 10,000 young people commit to reading the Bible over the next year.
An Islamist insurgency group in Somalia has banned three Christian charities over allegations of proselytism. World Vision, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency, and Diakonia were ordered to "immediately" cease their operations and leave.
A Christian homelessness adviser lost his case against a London council that dismissed him after he mentioned God in the workplace.
Christian aid agencies say the destruction of transport and communication links is leaving many victims of Pakistan's deadly floods virtually "cut off" from outside help.
Leaders of different faiths from around the world have been urged to work together in tackling HIV and AIDS.
Tearfund has launched a new appeal to help impoverished Zimbabweans stave off the threat of extreme hunger.
A vigil was held outside the Eritrean Embassy in London this week in protest of religious persecution and human rights abuses taking place in Eritrea.
Conservative Anglicans in North America are inviting priests in the Church of England to take part in a clergy swap as a show of solidarity.
Missionaries in training with Gospel for Asia have spoken of the "privilege" they felt in suffering for Christ after being attacked on their Bible college campus in Mumbai, India, earlier in the month.
Christians in the Diocese of Portsmouth are hoping to reach out to churchgoers in need of new inspiration as well as people who would describe themselves as spiritual yet do not go to church.
The Christian Institute has voiced concern after a street preacher was handed a fine of more than $1,500 for saying homosexuality was a sin.
With Britain heading towards financial, moral and social bankruptcy, it is hard to be optimistic about the nation's future, admits J. John. But in spite of all the gloom, he still sees rays of encouragement and hope.
A Church of Scotland minister has planned a "Chocolate Sunday" this weekend to encourage his flock to think about sacrificing something greater than the usual chocolate during Lent.