Christian students are taking part in a massive Gospel giveaway in response to the "no God" ads placed on buses across London. They are giving away 400,000 copies of a special student edition of St. Mark's Gospel to get students thinking about God.
More than 100 Christians from all denominations and traditions gathered in Croydon, South London, Wednesday for the first of seven nights of prayer to bring revival to the capital.
The church must work together to protect the poor and build a more sustainable economy in the face of the global financial crisis, agreed Christian leaders at a conference earlier in the week.
As atheist ads hit London's buses on Tuesday, one faith-based think tank says they will only get people thinking more about God. The ads by the British Humanist Association carry the slogan "There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life." They are to appear on 30 of London's bendy buses.
The World Evangelical Alliance has excelled in the last six years in presenting the world with a credible and faithful witness of the Gospel, says its international director.
In a world where secularism and mysticism are the new religion, the Christian faith must always challenge rather than be challenged by other faiths, world views and ideologies, says the head of the Asia Evangelical Alliance.
Leaders at the World Evangelical Alliance General Assembly have commissioned Joel Edwards as the new international director of the faith-based Micah Challenge.
When HIV sufferers turn to the evangelical church, they are looking to reconcile with God but instead find "closed doors and angry faces," says one Christian HIV sufferer.
The deposed Episcopal Bishop of Pittsburgh has warned that the "illiberal takeover" of the US Episcopal Church could also happen to the Church of England. Bishop Robert Duncan accused The Episcopal Church of pursuing a "totalitarian political agenda."
"We cannot change the whole world but we can change the world for one person at a time," said the Chief Executive of BibleLands, Nigel Edward-Few. He outlined the challenges facing millions of people in the Holy Land.
Seafaring remains one of the most dangerous occupations but beyond the very worst that mother nature can do, being at sea for months on end can take a different kind of toll on the men and women who work the world's ships.
Bishops set their sights on a more united future on Sunday as their global conference drew to a close with appeals from the Archbishop of Canterbury for all Anglicans to walk the road forward together.
Bishops at the Lambeth Conference were expected to agree Sunday on a document they hope will safeguard the future of the Anglican Communion as the once-in-a-decade gathering draws to a close.
Anglican bishops at the once-a-decade Lambeth Conference in Canterbury said Friday that they were positive about the process towards an Anglican Covenant. Archbishop Drexel Gomez said that the Anglican Covenant was "badly needed" to help reconcile liberal and conservative Anglicans.
The Archbishop of Uganda, the Most Rev. Henry Orombi, has accused the head of the Anglican Communion of betraying biblically faithful churches by inviting bishops involved in the consecration of an openly gay bishop to their global conference.
The Archbishop of Canterbury appealed to hundreds of bishops to demonstrate mutual generosity as the row over sexual ethics continues to embroil the Anglican Communion. Dr. Rowan Williams said that warring factions in the worldwide Communion were "threatening death to each other, not life."
A group of senior Anglican clergy presented a document on Monday demanding a halt to the consecration of partnered gay and lesbian bishops, blessings for same-sex unions and cross-border interventions. The group warned that if the three moratoria were not observed, the Anglican Communion was "likely to fracture."
My dominant impression during my four brief days at Lambeth was not controversy, but rather the spirituality of the participants.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, has urged Anglicans not to give up on the Anglican Communion as it gears up for a week of intensive discussion on divisive issues including human sexuality and a document on unity.
Hundreds of Anglican bishops, faith leaders and Christian charity representatives marched passed Parliament and Downing Street Thursday in a call to world leaders to do everything they can to halve extreme global poverty by 2015.
One of the emerging church's foremost figures, Brian McLaren, challenged Anglicans earlier this week to speak the Gospel into the world's ever-changing cultures. He argued that religion had "orphaned" emerging culture and failed to answer questions raised by the "hurricane of change" in the modern world.
The head of the Anglican church in Sudan said on Tuesday that unity could be restored to the troubled Anglican Communion only when the openly gay Bishop Gene Robinson resigns or confesses he has "made a mistake" in embracing homosexuality.
The Archbishop of Canterbury said on Monday that the hundreds of conservative bishops boycotting the Lambeth Conference would have helped heal divisions in the Anglican Communion had they decided to take part.
The Archbishop of Canterbury told 650 bishops gathered at the Lambeth Conference on Sunday that the Anglican Communion is in the midst of "one of the most severe challenges" in its history.
All eyes are on Canterbury as more than 600 bishops from across the Anglican Communion arrive on Wednesday for the start of the Lambeth Conference.