Reverend Franklin Graham is overwhelmed by the destruction caused by the recent flooding in Louisiana, but he is grateful that Easter is drawing near because it would encourage his Christian brothers and sisters to lend a helping hand to those in need.
June Ross, a former stay-at-home mother, was recently awarded The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for Voluntary Service--the highest award given to voluntary groups in the UK--for her efforts to feed the hungry in her country.
For soldiers coming home from conflict areas, the military chaplain is the person who is there to listen to all their troubles and help them cope with the trauma they are experiencing.
The group called Mercy Chefs has committed to providing professionally prepared meals to the flood victims after receiving a call from the Texas Department of Emergency Management.
A version of the Holy Bible containing emojis--those icons used in electronic messages to convey expressions or show images--has recently been made available in Apple iBooks.
A recent study conducted by no less than a self-confessed feminist has revealed that this so-called "casual hookup" culture do not make women fell good, but instead leave them emotionally empty.
Water is a commodity we can easily take for granted because it is so available and accessible to us. In some parts of India, however, water is so scarce that some are dying on their way to get this precious liquid.
As millions of Christians in the United States prepare to observe the National Day of Prayer this week, their brothers and sisters in faith halfway across the globe are also praying hard for their spiritual "revival" and "transformation."
A Christian group based in Oklahoma is trying to save lives from malaria, and demonstrating God's love to others in the process.
Rolando del Torchio, an Italian man who was formerly a missionary priest with the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions, was found in southern Philippines.
The Internet has brought with it a menace: pornography, which a Christian evangelist has already branded as the "greatest" threat to the cause of Christ in the modern world.
"This comes as a complete surprise," he said. But he also said it changed nothing. "I find who I am in Jesus Christ, not in genetics, and my identity in him never changes,"
The Iranian pastor who was freed from prison earlier this year has pleaded for the release of another imprisoned Christian, Maryam Naghash Zargaran, known as Nasim.
The Archbishop of Kenya has hit out at the Archbishop of Canterbury after delegates from the Anglican Church of Kenya defied his authority to attend an Anglican meeting in Zambia this week.
Nearly 3,000 baptised peopel cancelled their membership last month after Denmark's Atheist Society launched a nationwide campaign advising people they could save money by opting out.
Felix Ngole, aged 38 and married with four children, was asked to leave the University of Sheffield after he wrote a post on Facebook opposing gay marriage and quoting the Bible.