Boris Johnson says the UK will do "everything possible" to champion religious freedoms, promising to use international influence to ensure "everyone, everywhere is able to enjoy these freedoms".
The Very Revd Dr Martyn Percy will return to his position at Christ Church college at the University of Oxford after an allegation made against him was dismissed.
The UN has held its first day commemorating victims of acts of violence based on religion or belief.
Fact-checking website Snopes has attacked the Christian satire website Babylon Bee, claiming too many people believe its news to be true.
A Christian mother has decided once again to challenge a court decision that banned prayer vigils outside an abortion clinic.
The definition of Islamaphobia has been criticised by a Christian group, who say it could curtail free speech.
US President Donald Trump has declared himself 'the chosen one' during a press conference about the trade war between the US and China.
Thursday is the first UN day for remembering victims of violence due to their religion.
Former Atomic Kitten singer Kerry Katona has recently taken to Instagram to share about her reliance on God in difficult times.
Scholar and theologian NT Wright has been appointed as senior research fellow at Wycliffe Hall at the University of Oxford.
Freedom charity Middle Eastern Concern (MEC) are urging the Christian community to pray as authorities continue to close churches and stop Christians meeting in Algeria.
The Government is facing calls to create protest-free "safe zones" outside all abortion clinics after the Court of Appeal rejected a challenge against the first in the UK.
Chelsea Taylor, a singer at Hillsong church in Australia, has been in an intensive care unit with a brain aneurysm.
Australian Hillsong worship leader, Marty Sampson, who has been under scrutiny for posting about his struggles with faith on social media has told the Christian community that despite any differences they may have his message to them is 'I love you'.
Thousands of children are living in shipping containers, cramped office blocks and B&Bs, according to the children's commissioner for England.
New figures have revealed students are more than twice more likely to attend their college chapel than the wider population.
There have been calls for protection for churches in Northern Ireland after figures emerged showing almost 450 attacks in three years.
A survivor of a Church-run workhouse in Ireland has been awarded an undisclosed five figure settlement after she was forced to work unpaid for almost six years.
Court of Appeal judges are set to rule on a challenge against a ban on demonstrations outside a west London abortion clinic.
An Australian court has upheld convictions against the most senior Catholic to be found guilty of child sex abuse.