An organisation, which has distributed bibles all over the world for over one-hundred years, has taken the decision to allow women to join as members for the first time, in the UK.
The Right Reverend Tony Porter has announced he will be retiring from his position as the Bishop of Sherwood in 2020, at the age of 68.
A law to define domestic abuse has been welcomed by a Christian abuse charity, although it adds they want the response to include what the church can do to stop violence at home.
The Senior Minister at American International church in London says she finds Donald Trumps tweets about four Democrat members of the US Congress "deeply troubling".
Following the sharp rise in drug-related deaths in Scotland, the founder of a Christian drug charity has said young people need more education on the risks of drug use to address the problem.
The number of emergency food parcels distributed to children last summer soared by almost 20 per cent, with fears of a further increase this year.
The Court of Appeal is hearing a challenge against a ban on pro-life groups outside an abortion clinic in west London.
Louis Theroux has defended his decision to return to a controversial church group in Kansas to film his third documentary on the group.
Researchers have discovered what they believe to be the oldest ever Christian letter - outside of the Bible.
The Anglican Church of Canada has rejected calls to bless same-sex marriages.
A Christian charity has played down the mayor of London's speech on knife crime.
The government's special envoy for freedom of religion and belief, Lord Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon, has said both Mr Johnson and Mr Hunt have shown evidence of personal action on the subject of persecuted Christians.
Fox News journalist Ed Henry has opened up about how his faith led him to decide he should donate 30 per cent of his liver to his younger sister.
England's win over New Zealand yesterday, saw the men's English cricket team make history after they won the cricket World Cup for the first time.
Theresa May is facing significant backlash over plans to change abortion law in Northern Ireland.
The Democratic Republic of Congo has confirmed an Ebola case in Goma, marking the first time the virus has reached the city of more than two million people since the epidemic began nearly a year ago.
The lead Bishop for Life Issues has spoken up against the House of Lords meeting next week, to decide on changes to abortion law in Northern Ireland.
The recent launch of the Church of England's Digital Charter to encourage positive conversations and reflect the Churches values online, has been praised by the House of Lords.
An investigation has been launched into a Christian charity accused of funding terrorism after paying ISIS ransom to release Christian hostages.
Christian singer Sir Cliff Richard has said his campaign to protect the identity of those accused of sexual abuse but not charged, is not just for those in the public eye.