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.
The global humanitarian aid alliance Action by Churches Together (ACT) International is appealing to Christians and Christian organizations worldwide to donate to its new $900,000 appeal to bring vital support to displaced Iraqis.
A number of Christian relief agencies and mission groups are involved in the ongoing relief efforts in Pakistan, after more than 250,000 people were left homeless by severe flooding in June.
International mission agency Operation Mobilization (OM) has appealed for prayers to bolster its staff currently serving in troubled Zimbabwe.
The acting general secretary of the World Council of Churches has written to the head of the National Council of Churches in Korea to express solidarity following the abduction of 23 South Korean Christians in Afghanistan.
Irelands top Anglican leader has spoken out against the sin of division plaguing what he calls the tortured Anglican Communion.
The Church of Englands second most senior cleric has warned conservative Anglicans that they risk breaking ties with the spiritual leader of the worldwide communion and with historic Anglicanism if they boycott next years worldwide assembly of bishops.
Christians gathered for this years annual convention in Keswick, England, have been urged to unite with the fair-minded Muslim community of East London in opposing plans to build a mega-mosque there.
The heads of several U.S. church bodies have signed a statement commending the Bush administration for its successful diplomatic efforts towards the denuclearization of North Korea.
Local government authorities in China are getting ready to demolish three well-known house churches, according to reports received by China Aid Association.
The United Nations refugee agency has warned of the serious challenges that remain in Pakistan following last months devastating floods.
The families of children sponsored through Christian charity Compassion International are among those affected by the outbreak of a rare viral fever in India.
A South Africa-based Christian group has released a report warning on the growing state repression against opponents to Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabes regime.
U.S. Catholic bishops have appealed to human rights organization Amnesty International to turn back on its decision to support abortion.
Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun has received criticism from the state-sanctioned Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association after taking part in a pro-democracy rally in Hong Kong that coincided with a series of events to mark 10th anniversary of Hong Kongs handover to China.
A number of African church leaders have appealed to developed countries to step up their levels of aid and financial support to poorer countries on the African continent.
Prayers were lifted up from churches and Christian leaders across the United Kingdom following the foiled car bomb attacks in London on Friday and the attack on Glasgow Airport on Saturday.
Gordon Brown became the new British prime minister Wednesday, bringing an end to Tony Blairs decade in power.
The year 2007 is a "happy new era for world evangelization," 400 Christian delegates were told in the closing message at the Lausanne Bi-Annual International Leadership Meeting in Budapest, Hungary, which concluded on Friday.
The executive chair of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization and the head of the World Evangelical Alliance have formally launched a new partnership for the next International Congress on World Evangelization - Lausanne III.
The bi-annual Lausanne International Leadership Meeting got underway Monday in Budapest, Hungary, bringing together nearly 400 delegates from across 60 nations to explore new ways of bringing about world evangelization as well as the many challenges for mission.
Some of the United Kingdoms leading aid agencies have warned of the "alarmingly high" levels of malnutrition in children living in parts of Darfur and Chad, which are plagued by chronic food shortages.
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is among hundreds of Christian leaders around the world who have signed a letter urging G-8 nations to start scaling up their response to HIV and AIDS.
Christian charity World Emergency Relief is preparing a 45-ton shipment of humanitarian aid and essential medical supplies for immediate dispatch to Sudan, where it will be distributed to communities already struggling with extreme poverty.