Will Graham, the grandson of famed evangelist Billy Graham, recently completed a tour of Norway that he described as "one of the greatest highlights of my life."
During the second week of June, Graham visited five different cities in Norway to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ, reportedly speaking to a total of 2,130 people at the church services.
Graham said in a statement from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association that visiting the northern city of Tromsø is "one of the great highlights of my life." more >>
It will be a tense UEFA Euro 2016 game between Croatia and Spain on Tuesday night after the Croatia Football Federation was fined due to the unruly behavior of their fans during the match against Czech Republic.
UEFA officials now want to make sure that the trouble for the past two games of Croatia will not happen anymore when they meet Spain. Supporters of the Croatian team ran to the pitch during the opening game versus Turkey, which gave the former a 1-0 victory. more >>
Pope Francis has warned that a global emptiness and insecurity is gripping the world, saying people need Jesus Christ more than ever before.
"The world needs Christ more than ever, needs His salvation and His merciful love," Francis said on Sunday.
The Church of England will seek a compromise between traditional marriage supporting Christians and LGBT-affirming voices at its next General Synod in July, looking to prevent Anglicans from formally splintering due to differing views on homosexuality.
The Guardian reports that as many as 550 Anglican representatives around the world are set for three days of intense talks about human sexuality next month. While the CofE is not hoping to reach an agreement between the divisive viewpoints, it will seek to achieve dialog and mutual understanding.
Justin Welby, the archbishop of Canterbury, has talked at length about the need for Anglicans to stick together as one body despite the conflicting viewpoints they have on controversial issues, and has said he's hopeful that conversations between Church representatives will begin healing some of the wounds caused by the rift. more >>
Hundreds of people paid tribute on Sunday to 41-year-old British Labour Party MP Jo Cox, who was shot and stabbed to death last week by a man who suffered from mental illness and allegedly opposed to her support for Britain to stay in the European Union.
The Rev. Paul Knight of St. Peter's Church in Birstall said during a church service honoring Cox on Sunday that she was "someone with whom Jesus would have been so pleased."
Pro-abortion activist groups are planning to fly a drone carrying abortion pills into Northern Ireland next week as part of campaign targeting pro-life countries.
Women on Waves, the Netherlands-based abortion group heading the "abortion drone" pill drop, said the drone will fly into the country from Ireland at 10 a.m. on Tuesday. Women on Waves is calling it: "an all-island act of solidarity between women in the north and the south to highlight the violation of human rights caused by the existing laws that criminalize abortion in both the north and south of Ireland except in very limited circumstances."
Northern Ireland bans abortion except in cases where the mother's life is at risk. more >>