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The Church of England is to publish a pastoral letter written by its bishops ahead of May's general election. It's the first time the House of Bishops have issued such a letter.It'll be revealed at 1...

Church of England bishops have issued an unusual joint statement, saying that they are praying for UK politicians and "national unity" following turbulence over Following a week which saw the Prime M...

A Christian group has told Premier that the Prime Minister's wish for children to have 'Tiger Mothers' risks pushing youngsters too far.  Trevor Single, head of the Christian group, the Family M...

The National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC) has said "there are big changes happening" in the way churches safeguard children. While NAPAC admitted it was a "really long time comi...

The Beatles' fascination with Indian guru and "spiritual adviser" Maharishi Mahesh Yogi was dismissed by John Lennon's aunt in a revealing letter to a fan of th Mimi Smith, who brought up Lennon as a...

Tony Miano was preaching on the issue of sexual immorality in Wimbledon when he was taken into custody. A US evangelist says the UK discriminates against Christians after he was arrested for allegedl...

Lots happened in 2018. With Brexit dominating the news agenda, you'll be forgiven for missing some stories. Here's your chance to catch up with our helpful A-Z. A is for Alex MalarkeyAfter admitting ...

The Office for National Statistics revealed that knife crime went up 22% last year. Putting a harsh figure on the reality that has been dominating crime stories, the police say they've recorded 39,59...

While 1.8 million people across the UK received a wage increase on Monday as the National Living wage increased, TV licenses and many bills are set to rise caus The hourly minimum wage for over-24s i...

New figures from the United Nations have shown that the number of displaced families fleeing conflict has reached the highest number ever recorded, with nearly Emily Holden from the Welcome Churches...

A Christian pastor has described 'standing toe to toe with death' after the bomb which could have been much worse. The teenage asylum seeker responsible has been jailed for at least 34 years for plan...

The digital sector is creating jobs twice as fast as the non-digital industries; we speak to a Christian about how he's seeing believers create technology for g Tech Nation released findings today th...

The Christian owners of a bakery who refused to make a cake with a pro-gay marriage message directly discriminated against their customer, a lawyer for the Equa Directors at the Ashers Baking Company...

Here is a timeline of significant events in the so-called "gay cake" case. - May 9 2014 - Gareth Lee, a member of the Queerspace gay rights advocacy group, places an order at Ashers Baking Company on...

The Christian owned bakery which lost its appeal against a discrimination ruling for refusing to bake a cake with a pro-gay marriage slogan is facing an £88,00 Ashers had discriminated against a gay...

Ashers Bakery in Northern Ireland has accumulated legal costs totalling £50,000 as it fights a discrimination ruling for refusing to make a cake with a slogan The figure has been revealed as a grou...

A Christian-run bakery in Northern Ireland is to appeal a court decision that it discriminated against a gay man when it refused to make a cake endorsing same-s Ashers Bakery in Belfast was told to p...

Here is a timeline of significant events in the so-called "gay cake" case. - May 9 2014 - Gareth Lee, a member of the Queerspace gay rights advocacy group, places an order at Ashers Baking Company on...

The couple who won the 'gay cake' case on Wednesday speak out about the toll of the last four years but says it's strengthened their faith in God, watch the vid In an interview with The Christian Ins...

Ashers bakery has been told it may be able to take its fight against a discrimination ruling to the UK Supreme Court. It's after the Christian-owned bakery was ruled to have broken discrimination law...