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.Tags Poverty
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.Tags Persecution
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.Tags Persecution
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.Tags Anglicans
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.Tags Anglicans
Thousands of people will join with one voice to pray for an end to poverty as they connect with God’s heart for justice.Tags Poverty
The U.K.-based Bible Society has reported a growing demand for copies of the Bible in China where an estimated 500,000 people convert to Christianity every year.
Haitians are fasting and taking part in prayer vigils to mark one month since a devastating earthquake struck the Caribbean nation on January 12.
There were protests by Hindu groups on Tuesday as an EU delegation arrived in India’s Orissa state to visit areas where dozens of Christians were killed in 2008.
Congregations may look forward to the pastor’s sermon, but when it comes to bringing about a change in their attitudes or lifestyle, preaching appears to have little impact.