An Iraqi church leader has met the Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and spoken to MPs, asking them to keep the issue of Christian persecution in public political debate.
A nurse who offered a Bible to a cancer patient and encouraged him to sing 'The Lord is My Shepherd' has lost her appeal in a tribunal court.
Ann Widdecombe has told Premier the attacks on politicians with milkshake is "an affront to democracy".
The government confirmed on Wednesday a UK ban on plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds to come into effect next year, but Christian relief charity Tearfund says further action needs to be taken.
The verdict against a Christian man and woman found guilty of "spreading propaganda against the regime" will be upheld, an Iranian court has ruled.
An anti-abortion group linked to has lost its legal challenge against the Scottish Government's decision to allow women to take abortion pills at home.
Christians in Indonesia are hoping president Joko Widodo's re-election will lead to better treatment of people in the country, regardless of the faith of the local communities.
A new report has found almost every part of the UK has been affected by modern slavery.
Thousands of pounds is available to help churches to connect better with young people.
After 13 months, the University of Aberdeen has allowed pro-life students to have the privileges of other society members.
A new landmark is set to be built near Birmingham to represent one million Christian prayers.
The lawyer who defended Christian mother-of five Asia Bibi who spent eight years on death row for blasphemy in Pakistan has been named as the Secularist of the Year for 2019.
A Christian retired teacher believed messages written on mirrors in her home were from God, telling her to change her will and leave her home to her young lover, a court has heard.
Two and a half thousand post offices are under threat within the next twelve months, according to a survey of the people who run them.
A new initiative to provide free branding and communication to support struggling churches has been launched.
Human Rights Watch have released a new investigation which says tens of thousands of families in England have been left without enough food to eat, apparently because of welfare cuts.
The Archbishop of Canterbury says "the most amazing thing happened" when he met the Pope in the Vatican.
Truro's Cathedral Choir wowed audiences over the weekend during their performance on Britain's Got Talent on Saturday night.
Anti-trafficking charity, International Justice Mission (IJM) is calling on the government to speak out against slavery and ensure traffickers are prosecuted for their crimes.
A new Moderator of the Church of Scotland's General Assembly has been installed.