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.Tags Climate Change
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.
The general secretary of the Methodist Church of Great Britain has called for a greater variety in church planting and fresh expressions.
If Christians want to save people then they have to be prepared to spend time with them. Many people today feel unloved but Street Pastors has the potential to change that
Hundreds of street pastors and supporters are in London for the ministry's inaugural conference to share their experiences and consider how they can minister more effectively to the people out and about on Britain's streets each weekend.
Jonathan Oloyede has exhorted Christians not to be distracted by money or fame but to seek eternal treasures in Heaven.
The World Council of Churches elected the Rev. Dr. Olav Fykse Tveit as its new general secretary last week during the meeting of its main decision-making body in Geneva. The following is an edited transcript of an interview with Tveit during the Aug. 26 to Sept. 2 meeting.Tags WCC
The outgoing general secretary of the World Council of Churches spoke about his last six years in office and where he is headed next in his ecumenical ministry.Tags WCC
Organizers of the 2013 World Council of Churches assembly stressed that the next meeting would bring together not only WCC members, but also representatives of other Christian traditions, including Pentecostals and Evangelicals still outside the WCC fold.
The Central Committee of the World Council of Churches has voted to hold its next General Assembly in Busan, South Korea, in 2013.
Around 150 members of the World Council of Churches’ main decision-making body honored the nearly six-year tenure of outgoing general secretary Dr. Samuel Kobia with a farewell service Sunday.
The newly elected general secretary of the World Council of Churches said that fulfilling Jesus' prayer "that they may be one" remains the global ecumenical body’s primary task and can not be separated from its concern for justice, peace or creation.
A new prayer movement has been launched in a bid to mobilize U.K. Christians in praying for lasting peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Evangelist Luis Palau told hundreds at the Highland Festival, "Only Christ can give you eternal life. Religion cannot do it. Charitable work will not do it. Good behavior will not do it. Doing communion won't do it."