Twelve members of a protestant church in China remain in detention after 100 people were arrested in a raid on 9th December.
Why did Herod want to kill Jesus? And does the Bible ban Christmas trees?
Organisers of an upcoming Vatican summit on sex abuse prevention are warning that the credibility of the Catholic Church is in jeopardy over the abuse scandal and are urging participants to meet victims personally before heading to Rome.
Christians in Iran are calling on believers around the world to pray for a family targeted by security forces.
Two in five millenials do not know that the baby in the nativity story is Jesus.
Right Reverend Libby Lane, currently the suffragan bishop of Stockport, will become the diocesan Bishop of Derby.
The world's first Christian airline is reportedly set to take to the skies with the slogan "Your hands, God's love, our wings".
Christian communities in Pakistan fear hard-line Islamists may unleash fresh violence against them during Christmas festivities this year, it has been claimed.
Three family members who died after a house fire in Nottinghamshire were a mother and two children.
The Archbishop of Wales says he has lost his cool undertaking a particular Christmas tradition so many times that it has now become something of a tradition.
The Mayor of London is encouraging politicians to look to the Church to learn lessons in kindness.
A long-serving Girlguiding volunteer from Gloucester claims she was dismissed by bosses for letting children in her group pledge to love God.
Have human rights helped or hindered Christians?
A convicted rapist who claimed he had become a Christian has avoided deportation from the UK to Iran, despite failing to convince a judge that his conversion is genuine.
John Kirkby has dedicated his CBE to staff and volunteers - past and present - at Christians Against Poverty (CAP), the charity he founded 22 years ago.
Demand for stamps depicting the Biblical Christmas story has been overtaken by sales of secular designs, new figures reveal.
Supermarkets vying to claim credit for the best Christmas advertisement this year face fresh competition - from the Church of England.
Church of England bishops have issued an unusual joint statement, saying that they are praying for UK politicians and "national unity" following turbulence over Brexit.
A Christian woman cleared of blasphemy in Pakistan earlier this year faces a "lonely time" in hiding this Christmas, it has been claimed.
A prominent church leader arrested in China this week penned a striking letter several weeks ago, predicting his detention and asserting his willingness to die for the gospel.