Dog tags containing bible verses have been banned by American military forces following complaints they are unconstitutional.
The actions of an evangelical pastor are to be reviewed by independent Christian safeguarding charity.
Five Indian Christians wrongly accused of killing a 84 year old Hindu monk have been found innocent after spending eleven years in prison.
A Chinese Catholic bishop has said "Love for the homeland must be greater than the love for the Church and the law of the country is above canon law."
The creators of the Bible App have revealed the most popular Bible verse of the year.
A metal detectorist has said he was "amazed" as a hoard of 99 silver Anglo-Saxon coins that he found in a farmer's field sold at auction for £90,000.
Students at one of the UK's leading Christian colleges will now be able to get students loans after the option was taken away earlier this year by the Office for Students (OfS).
Former South African archbishop Desmond Tutu has been admitted to hospital for treatment of what his wife called a "stubborn infection".
A cathedral chancellor has appeared in court charged with a historical indecent assault on a student.
The Armed Forces Christian Union has urged Christian's to pray for world leaders after Nato's 70th anniversary summit was overshadowed by rows on Wednesday.
A Christian SNP parliamentary candidate told Premier she's "shocked and numb" after one of her own campaign leaflets was scrawled with a swastika and posted through her door.
Green Christian says the decision to ban pupils from sending Christmas cards at a primary school in Lincolnshire highlights the scale of the climate crisis.
Christians in the UK have been strongly advised to stop volunteering at orphanages, as it has negative impacts on the children.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said the level of inequality in Britain was not reflective of a country with Christian roots.
Catholics are being urged to confess their 'eco-sins' as bishops launch a new environmental campaign.
Iraq's Chaldean Catholic Church, which represents a large portions of Christians in the country, has announced it will not hold public Christmas celebrations this year.
Former Australian rugby union player Israel Folau has settled his legal dispute with Rugby Australia (RA) and New South Wales Rugby Union (NSWRU) after his dismissal for a social media post.
A Christian charity says it is "shocked but unsurprised" by reports that child homelessness is at its highest rate since 2006.
Christmas festivities have begun in Bethlehem, starting with the Christmas lights being switched on, on 30th November.
A bishop in Burkina Faso has made a passionate plea to the West to stop selling arms used by terrorists to kill Christians.