6th May, 2016

The Australian Christian Lobby has welcomed news that anti-discrimination case against Hobart's Catholic Archbishop Julian Porteous and the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference has been dropped after the complaint which sparked it was withdrawn.

It was reported

6th May, 2016

A poster advertising the upcoming National Day of Prayer for the mothers of refugees this Sunday.

Christian refugee advocates

6th May, 2016

Another church in Tanzania’s extreme north-west corner, Kagera - bordering Uganda, Burundi and Rwanda - was burned to the ground on 2nd May by suspected arsonists.

No group has claimed

A priest who helped refugees escape North Korea has been found dead in China with rights activists suggesting North Korean agents may be responsible for his death, according to a report in the UK Telegraph .

The newspaper reports that Chinese police have launched an investigation

A church in the Czech Republic's capital of Prague has been targeted by neo-Nazi's for its participation in a campaign to establish "HateFree" zones in the city.

The door of Evangelical Church of the Czech Brethren's Diaconia office was sprayed with neo-Nazi messages in late

An Anglican bishop has suggested Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten hold a private meeting with Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove to agree on strategies aimed at preventing the upcoming federal election campaign from descending into "negativity and blaming".

Melbourne Bishop Philip

The UN Security Council has unanimously adopted a resolution to strengthen protection for healthcare workers, the sick and wounded, hospitals and clinics in war zones.

The resolution follows an airstrike last week on a Médecins Sans Frontiéres-supported hospital in Aleppo last week in which more

High profile photographer - and prominent Christian - Ken Duncan is calling for entrants to the 2016 REAL Australia Landscape Awards with $50,000 in prizes on offer.

Mr Duncan, who is known around the world for his panoramic images of Australian landscapes, held the awards

The influential US Commission on International Religious Freedom has again recommended the US designate seven additional countries as being of "particular concern" with regard to religious freedom in its latest annual report.

The report, released this week, recommends that the US Secretary of State,

The UN Secretary-General has welcomed news that the Olympic Games will this year feature a team consisting of refugees for the first time in its history.

Speaking in Geneva on Saturday, Mr Ban said that for the first time in history, "talented athletes who have

Australians mistakenly believe the Federal Government gives 13 per cent of the budget to overseas aid projects, about 14 times higher than the reality, according to the findings of a new poll.

The survey of more than 1,500 Australians was carried out for the Campaign

As many as 1.25 million people - including more than 300,000 children - were "destitute" in the UK at some point in 2015, according to a new report.

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation report, commissioned in response to perceptions that extreme poverty in the country has

The church should not allow itself to be “bullied” on its stance on issues like same-sex marriage and abortion, according to Christian author, radio host and social commentator Eric Metaxas.

Speaking at Scots Presbyterian Church in Melbourne's CBD last night, the American said it was

Hundreds of Christians will be heading to Washington, DC, over the next week to take part in 90 continuous hours of Bible reading.

Starting with Genesis 1:1, volunteers will begin reading the Bible at 6pm on Sunday night outside the west front of the

World Watch Monitor

The so-called Islamic State has completely destroyed another historic Christian landmark in an area under its control, this time in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.

Quoting “local residents,” the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA) said “the terrorists...blew the Clock

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