Taking part in the World Economic Forum in Davos, I have been shocked at the shooting, looting and killing that has been happening in parts of Soweto
Bible Women: All Their Words and Why They Matter, has been voted one of the year’s best books for Bible study.
VIDEO: Father, make us one! Join young Christians praying for Christian unity
Christian Women Prosecuted Because of their Faith
This attempt to divide and intimidate people has failed
Karen Armstrong’s book, Fields of Blood, is an ambitious project that looks closely at the interrelationship of religion and violence.
Christian Aid is providing emergency assistance to deluged communities in Malawi, in the aftermath of the worst floods the country has seen in nearly two decades.
Torrential rains in Malawi have claimed up to 50 lives and left tens of thousands homeless, as well as threatening harvests.
Yirol diocese's Bishop Daniel Deng Abeil has died after a fight with cancer
The year 2015 started with a national roundtable discussion on “World Peace and Human Civilization”
The local Christians, who suffer discrimination and poverty, longed to have a church and community centre
Statement from Lambeth Palace regarding the resignation of the Bishop of Kurunegala,The Rt Revd Greg Shantha Kumar Francis.
“Marcus Borg was a gifted teacher and profoundly significant voice of reasoned faith for many, both in and outside the church,” Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori said
Los mensajes de solidaridad y hermandad han reinado durante la Semana de Oración por la Unidad de los Cristianos en Caracas
"The Church should address gun violence because it is primarily a religious issue" - The Revd Canon Gary R. Hall
Churches and chapels will be focusing on how they can help solve the housing crisis in Wales at a roadshow next week.
[Updated] The Diocesan Online Pastor is "a brave new role" with a focus on teenagers and young people.
As the south-east grows, many cities are left feeling abandoned and hopeless
The Anglican Church in Melanesia's university will provide new courses to build capacity of teachers and Christians at large.
Archbishop Jeffrey Driver has announced the appointment of an Aboriginal Bishop for South Australia.
I’ll ride with you. These four simple words united strangers from all different walks of life in Perth tonight.
Challenged by Christians from Brazil to strive for greater respect for religious and cultural diversity, churches in many countries are reflecting together on the gospel of John (4:7)
A rare signed manuscript of the famous hymn Onward Christian Soldiers is to be sold today by a Boston-based auctioneer.
The Archbishop of Canterbury's speech at the conference 'Financial inclusion: The next move forward' held in the City of London this morning.
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