A Christian youth worker has encouraged people to be more authentic on social media in order to help people suffering with body image issues.
Two Ebola patients that left a treatment centre in the Democratic Republic of Congo to attend a church prayer meeting have died.
Local authority schemes aimed at helping people who fall into crisis are failing to operate effectively, a report has found.
Scientists are building a futuristic version of Noah's ark in order to store animals' DNA so they can be brought back to life if they become extinct.
A group of Christians and Jews have declared “a new day” in interfaith relations this week at London’s first Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast.
A Catholic politician has warned a BBC broadcaster of straying into "religious bigotry" after she quizzed him on his views over same-sex marriage during a television interview.
The new Bishop of London has taken her seat in the House of Lords.
Churches in Algeria have united in calling on the government to lift measures that are forcing places of worship to close down.
US bishop Rt Rev Michael Curry has said that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex chose the Bible verse that he used for his sermon at their wedding.
A giant luminous replica of the moon will be installed at Liverpool Cathedral for people to marvel at over the May Bank holiday period.
Users of the Alexa smart speaker produced by Amazon can now ask their device to recite a mealtime prayer which has been recorded by the Church of England.
From 2019, New Wine will be moving to Peterborough from Shepton Mallet.
A new report from University College London has suggested the next royal coronation should be less Christian in order to keep up with today's multi-faith society.
Bill Gates, the philanthropist and founder of Microsoft, has included a book about faith and suffering in his top five books of the year.
Pope Francis has said people should feel free to criticise him because it's not a sin.
The will and testament of Rev Billy Graham has been released to the public and urges his family to do whatever it takes to defend Christianity.
British diplomats in Belarus who displayed a flag synonymous with gay rights have been accused by local officials of mounting a "challenge" against the country's "family" and "Christian" values.
TV presenter Simon Thomas has said losing his wife to cancer was "the biggest test" his faith has ever had.
An Australian archbishop has said he will stand aside but does not intend to resign after becoming the most senior Roman Catholic cleric in the world to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse.
Surrey Police has been forced to defend a decision to accept a gift of one thousand Bibles for its workers, following criticism from secularists.