After setbacks, sleepless nights and years of sheer hard work, the 7th edition of Operation World was released Monday night.
Evangelicals heard the call on Monday to be guardians of the truth in the face of widespread indifference to religion and the “denial” of Scripture within parts of the church.
Mission-minded evangelicals from around the world were in high spirits Sunday as the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization got underway in Cape Town, South Africa.Tags John Stott
Sudan risks returning to war and poverty unless the international community steps in to ensure that a referendum goes ahead as planned, warned Williams.
Pope Benedict XVI left Britain Sunday with a fresh call to proclaim the Gospel while the Vatican hailed his visit a “great success.”
Controversy surrounding the pope's first official state visit to Britain has failed to curb the excitement of Catholics as the pontiff landed in Edinburgh this morning.Tags Pope
The Church of England came a step closer to opening the door to women bishops on Monday after legislation cleared the revision stage.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have failed in their bid to see through a compromise amendment to legislation on women bishops that would have allowed a male and female bishop to have “co-ordinate” jurisdiction.
The Archbishop of York has hit out at the selfish pursuit of profit and called for a return to the pursuit of social justice and generosity as a means to building a truly wealthy nation.
The Methodist Church of Great Britain’s annual Conference has approved a report warning that Israel’s continued occupation of Palestinian territories is the “key hindrance” to security and lasting peace in the region.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has spoken of his desire to see women ordained as bishops in the Church of England in a way that does not “violently disrupt” the common life of the church.
The Methodist Church of Great Britain’s annual Conference voted in favor of a new briefing to clarify its position on issues related to abortion.Tags Abortion
The author of bestseller Systematic Theology has called upon Christians in the United Kingdom to stand against threats to the Gospel by engaging in politics and increasing their influence on government.Tags Politics
Around 1,000 Christians from across the denominations and traditions heard the call from the Archbishop of York to “be, see, think and do mission” Sunday night as they came together to for the close of Edinburgh 2010.
Millions of Christians around the world are expected to unite in prayer this weekend for vulnerable children.