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.
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.
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.
Ecumenical, evangelical and Roman Catholic leaders have conceded that there are still many obstacles to unity in the body of Christ but stress they remain committed to the journey.
The church and the world may be more plural than ever before, but that should not hold Christians back from proclaiming the love of God revealed through Jesus Christ, said one university professor.
Leaders of the ecumenical and evangelical movements stood side by side at the opening of the historic Edinburgh 2010 conference Thursday and reaffirmed their commitment to witnessing to Christ as one.
"God is good and he's better than you think," pastor and faith healer Bill Johnson told a packed Methodist Central Hall last night.
Francis Chan's latest book, Crazy Love, has sold one million copies worldwide, a figure he says demonstrates the extent to which he is not alone in feeling a sense of frustration with "comfortable" Christianity.
There are an estimated 2,000 homeless people in London and the church is trying to reach each one of them with practical support and some much-needed tender loving care.
Christians in the United Kingdom are facing increasing marginalization and oppression under new laws originally intended to safeguard equality, Christian leaders have warned.
Christians, he said, have become "consumers of religious goods and services" who view the church as something that exists to fulfill their needs and house their soul until they went to Heaven.
The Church of England's governing body has passed a motion in favor of giving civil partners of deceased gay clergy the same pension entitlements as heterosexual widows or widowers.
The Methodist Church told the Church of England that it is prepared to cease existing if it serves the needs of the Kingdom.
In a speech dominated by thoughts on the balance of rights within the Church of England and society, the Archbishop of Canterbury on Tuesday said he was "profoundly sorry" for the "carelessness" that may have given the impression to homosexual Anglicans that they were ignored or undervalued.
The consecration of women bishops in the Church of England has suffered a setback after it emerged that the revision committee charged with drafting the legislation has failed to complete it in time for February's General Synod.
A Sudanese archbishop says the international community must back Sudan's Comprehensive Peace Agreement if another war is to be averted in the northeastern African country.
The head of a worldwide Christian movement to end poverty is urging everyone to play their part this year. "I am starting the year with a job. Millions around the world are not."
Housing Justice last night handed out dozens of human rights guides to homeless people in London as part of a longer-term campaign to stop local councils from moving them on.
Christians are called by Jesus to be the bearers of good news not only for humanity, but for the whole of creation, said the Archbishop of Canterbury on a day of climate change protests in central London.
The most important role for Christians today is not to rehabilitate the church, but rather to help people realize again that the God Christians serve is a good God, said the former head of the U.K. Evangelical Alliance.
It may be easy to dismiss the value of digital relationships but that is where many people are in the digital age and if Christians are committed to the command of Jesus to go and make disciples, then they need to be there too.