The European Evangelical Alliances annual assembly ended Friday with a call to evangelicals in Europe to be Good News people.
The head of the European Evangelical Alliance reassured delegates at the alliances annual assembly in Greece this week that Christians have nothing to fear from Islam in Europe.
European evangelicals were told not to lose their passion for proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ on the first full day of the European Evangelical Alliance (EEA)s annual assembly in Greece this week.
The European Evangelical Alliance (EEA)s annual assembly opened in Greece on Tuesday with a heart-wrenching appeal from Turkeys Evangelical Alliance to pray for believers there following the horrific murder of three Bible publishing workers in April.
The Rt. Rev. Michael Nazir-Ali, the bishop of Rochester, was born in Pakistan and is the first non-white diocesan bishop in the Church of England.
Christians are being urged to pray this month for believers in Nigeria after they were badly hit by anti-Christian rioting in the northern state of Kano.
Conflict-affected nations and their struggles to cope with the legacies of massive human rights violations are at the heart of the ecumenical consultation "Healing of Memories Reconciling Communities" to take place in Dublin, Ireland, this week.
Members of The Salvation Army around the world joined in prayer for lasting global peace over the weekend as they draw near the end of a monthlong campaign.
If the Anglican Communion resolves its differences enough to avoid schism, "it will have done something for the entire Christian community, the top leader of the Anglican Communion told reporters on Friday.
A senior leader of one of the United Kingdoms largest Pentecostal churches has written to church leaders with an urgent call to prayer in the face of rampant secularism and consumerism in the nation.
Episcopal bishops meeting in New Orleans this week for highly publicized closed-door talks with the Anglican Communions spiritual leader remained tight-lipped on Thursday about the progress on key issues, including homosexuality.
Delegates at the Third European Ecumenical Assembly (EEA3) concluded their weeklong gathering in Sibiu, Romania, last Sunday with a call to the churches of Europe to support immigrants and other ethnic minorities.
Anglicans and Roman Catholics have outlined the next step on the road to unity in a 44-page report entitled Growing Together in Unity and Mission.
Pope Benedict XVI told thousands of Catholics on Saturday that Europe faces a bleak future unless more children are born on the continent and its people return to faith in God and traditional values.
A poll conducted for the British Broadcasting Corp.s new The Big Questions show found that four in five people believe Britain is in moral decline.
Christians have voiced concern over the decision by British authorities to allow the creation of human-animal hybrid embryos.
The head of the Vatican's office for Christian unity has responded to concerns among Europes Protestant church leaders over the Vaticans recent statement asserting that the Catholic Church is the only true church of Jesus Christ.
The Anglican archbishop of Kenya has consecrated two conservative U.S. priests as suffragan bishops to take over the pastoral care of congregations that have broken away from The Episcopal Church in the United States because of its pro-homosexual stance.
Youth With A Mission (YWAM) leaders currently meeting on Je-ju island in South Korea have thrown their support behind a global effort to bring one billion people to Christ in the next 25 years.
Christians in Kenya recently paid tribute to the enormous contributions of the head of the World Council of Reformed Churches (WCC) to ecumenism in Kenya and worldwide.
The search for survivors of last weeks powerful magnitude-8 earthquake in Peru officially ended Monday, and efforts shifted to clearing the tons of rubble from the streets of the southern port city of Pisco.
Members of the worldwide coalition Action by Churches Together International are continuing to save lives as they bring aid relief and assistance to vast regions of central and south Asia hit by severe flooding.
The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD) has called for calm in East Timor amid the violence that has rumbled on since Xanana Gusmao was appointed to be the new prime minister by the countrys new president, Jose Ramos-Horta.
The parents of missing British four-year-old Madeleine McCann on Saturday marked the 100th day since their daughters disappearance from their holiday apartment in the Portuguese resort of Praia da Luz with a special service of prayers.
A solution to the crisis in the troubled region of Darfur in Sudan will not be possible without the presence of U.N. peacekeepers, warned a confederation of 162 Catholic relief, development and social service organizations.