Action by Churches Together International said it is providing meals for nearly 60,000 people in flood-ravaged southern India but is struggling to generate financial support.
Christians have given an ultimatum to the Pakistani government to repeal the country's blasphemy laws which they say are responsible for the attacks against Christians.
Far away from Gojra, where a Muslim mob recently killed eight Christians, in the heart of Islamabad, about 2,000 Pakistani Christians are "forced to live in a refugee camp." Their only crime is that they are Christians.
A Catholic priest was found murdered in a remote place on the side of a road in a village near Mangalore in the southern Indian state of Karnataka on Thursday.
The suffering of millions of displaced Pakistanis may last for many months, according to U.K. relief and development agency Tearfund.
Today, millions of Christians around the world are uniting in prayer for cancer patients with the belief that "true healing comes from God." About 7 million people die from cancer each year.
Unprecedented numbers of people including young Muslims have embraced Christ as their personal Saviour in a three-day crusade held recently in Indonesia.
A new poll of Britain's churchgoers found that Christians there believe they are being discriminated against and turned down for promotion because of their faith.
In a significant move toward co-operation among Christian aid agencies, two Church-based agencies have planned to merge next March to form a giant global aid alliance with "access to budget exceeding two billion U.S. dollars."
Action by Churches Together (ACT) International members in Honduras are mobilising to assess needs and respond if necessary to a powerful 7.1 magnitude earthquake that has struck the nation Thursday morning.
A staggering one million dollars is required daily to provide food and water to almost 300,000 conflict survivors who are housed in a string of camp settlements in northern Sri Lanka, says World Vision.
Action by Churches Together (ACT) and local NGO partners have appealed for assistance after Cyclone Aila hit Bangladesh and eastern India Monday evening.
Amidst reports indicating over 130 people death and thousands homeless due to Cyclone Aila that has hit Bangladesh and eastern India on Monday evening, local Christian NGOs in the region have appealed for an assistance.
Christian Solidarity Worldwide, a human rights organization, recently returned from a three-week visit to South-East Asia with fresh evidence of human rights violations in Burma.
The Lausanne Movement will hold its biennial meeting at the Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary (PCTS) in Seoul June 8-12.
As Sri Lanka declared victory over the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), a quarter of a million people are left suffering and need urgent help for "healing and hope of a future."
Amnesty International has reaffirmed its decision to support selected cases of abortion including those involving sexual violence, rape, incest or where the health or human rights of women are in danger, drawing the ire of the Catholic Church.
The Rt. Rev. Peter Jensen, the Anglican archbishop of Sydney, has given an order to prohibit a liberal U.S. Episcopal priest from stepping into the pulpit of any of the churches in the diocese over a new book that one reviewer said defaced the only portrait of Jesus that makes any real sense.
The Anglican archbishop of Sydney and five assistant bishops in the Sydney diocese have delayed their response to an invitation to their worldwide denominations decennial meeting, stating that they will wait to see what actions bishops in America will take before making a decision.
This years annual conference of Australias most well-known megachurch ended last Friday, with the hope that the theme of social justice was instilled within the delegates as they headed back home.