Christians around the world will unite in prayer on Sunday for poor countries already experiencing the negative effects of climate change.
One Christian mission agency has said that it wants to see a “massive” movement of prayer for Libya after the death of Col Muammar Gaddafi.
The Anglican Communion’s Archbishop of Canterbury has delivered a reassuring message to Anglicans in Zimbabwe, telling them how God triumphs even in the midst of adversity.
A British bishop has written to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to ask that he grant clemency to a pastor sentenced to death for apostasy.
The spiritual head of the worldwide Anglican Communion, the Archbishop of Canterbury has embarked on a weeklong pastoral visit to Central Africa during which he is hoping to meet Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe.
The man who shot dead the governor of Punjab Province over his support for reform to blasphemy laws has been sentenced to death.
The BBC has come under strong criticism for encouraging the use of the secular date references Common Era and Before Common Era, over Anno Domini and Before Christ.
More than 1,000 churches across all denominations in the UK will light a beacon to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee next year.
The Salvation Army has mobilized teams of responders after Hurricane Irene caused widespread damage along the U.S.’s densely populated East Coast.
Pope Benedict XVI has said young people desire to know God in a world filled with superficiality, consumerism, and the “widespread banalisation of sexuality.”
A new school that will teach that God created the world has been given approval to open in Nottinghamshire, England.
Prime Minister David Cameron has vowed to address the “moral collapse” that led to widespread looting and violence across English cities last week. He attributed the riots to "bad behavior" and refused to shy away from speaking the truth about morality.
Young people have turned out in force this week to help victims of the looting and violence in London and other English cities this week.
The Bishop of Wolverhampton in the Church of England has praised the way in which communities have come together in the aftermath of the worst violence to hit Britain for a generation.
As violent rioting continues throughout London, Christian leaders and politicians held a vigil of hope last night in response to the carnage. faith leaders and politicians united in an effort to bring peace to the capital.
There were moments of poignant reflection but also much laughter and thanksgiving at the funeral of John Stott today. All Souls Langham Place, Stott’s beloved church in London, was filled to capacity with friends, relatives and many others who did not know him personally, yet had in some way been touched by his preaching and more than 50 books.
Fancy a car that's a bit different from your neighbor's? Then you might want to consider a slick black limousine that was once used to drive Pope Paul VI and legendary astronauts.
An ecumenical mass has taken place Friday to mark one year since a mine collapsed in Chile, trapping 33 men more than 700m below ground.
The Church in the West does not hold the authority it once did, however, the Church has historically done just as well when it was in a position of weakness, says Richard Tiplady.
The church in the West doesn’t hold the authority that it once did but the church has historically done just as well when it was in a position of weakness, says Richard Tiplady.
The current state of youth ministry in the U.K. is falling far short of the mark, fears one veteran youth minister. "Why do we say youth leaders have to be cool, to dress in a certain way? And why are we so reluctant to teach them the Bible?"
The World Evangelical Alliance has extended its “deepest sympathy” to the people of Norway after Friday's horrific attacks.
A written verdict from an Iranian court has cast further doubt on reports that the death sentence of an Iranian pastor has been annulled.
As News of the World bid the nation “Thank you and goodbye” with its last ever edition Sunday, the Church of England has called upon its owner, News Corp, to undertake a proper investigation into phone hacking allegations.
An Anglican bishop in the Church of England has criticized the West’s reticence on violence against Christians and other minority communities in the Middle East, South Asia and other parts of the world.