Christians from around the world have joined together to do something about the humanitarian crisis facing vulnerable Jewish people in the former Soviet Union, and have blessed them with their love and support.
It's 'Fresher's Week' for those embarking upon university for the first time. Whatever university may have in store, in Britain there's often one constant – the Christian Union (CU). Fresher's Week offers a slew of opportunities, one of them being a chance to hear – for many, for the first time – what Christianity is all about.
Today is the birthday of 19th-century missionary George Müller, a passionate prophet against poverty, an advocate for orphans and an enduring emblem of radical trust in God. Here are five things you might not know about his remarkable life.
Christian families are starting to return to the devastated Iraq town of Karamles and weekly church services have started again.
Today marks the Catholic feast day for Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, best known of the world as Mother Teresa. St Teresa of Calcutta died on this day in 1997, but not before living an iconic life of ascetic, selfless service to the world's poor.
Mercy Ships and the Spring Harvest team have formed a new partnership, and at Easter next year will come together to tell the stories of lives being transformed in Africa, and how the church in Britain can get involved.
How one charity is helping people learn to help themselves. The powerful work of BMS World Mission in Uganda
Christian summer camps can get a hard time. Are they worth it? Young or old, here are three reasons you should make one part of your life.
Scripture Union has launched The 95 Campaign to address a situation where the vast majority of children and young people in England and Wales choose not to go to church.
Almost as many also believe Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr were extremists, a new poll by ComRes for the Evangelical Alliance reveals
The UK's first ever mission themed card game, designed to provide a fun way for people to examine their personal view of what mission is, has been launched by Church Mission Society (CMS).
A group of Catholic nuns in Pennsylvania is resisting plans to build a $3bn pipeline for gas obtained by fracking through its land by building a makeshift chapel along the proposed route and, citing religious freedom, launching a legal challenge.
It is a serious matter that the rise of poverty has gone hand-in-hand with a hardening of attitudes towards the poor. Christians must not acquiesce to such socially divisive and negative stereotyping.
Amin Afshar-Naderi has decided to embrace the 'slow death and suffering' of hunger strike after constant insults to his religion – asks his jailers why they hate him 'so much'.
20,000 people from across the UK will fill the Emirates Stadium in London on Saturday July 8 to hear international evangelist J.John preach the gospel.
Kidnapped Colombian nun Sister Gloria Argoti is among six hostages, including three missionaries, shown on a video released by a coalition of jihadist groups affiliated to al-Qaeda. The video is the first evidence that Sister Gloria and the other hostages are still alive.