Vulnerable communities have been left on their own to adapt to climate change or perish because of the failure of the UN conference in Copenhagen to agree legally binding commitments, a Kenyan theologian and ecologist has warned
Large numbers of gay, lesbian and bisexual Christians in east Africa are accepting their sexuality while continuing to live out their faith, according to the Other Sheep network, which supports gay Christians around the world.
The head of the National Christian Council of Kenya has called for the removal of provisions for Islamic courts from a draft constitution for the east African country, saying this contradicts the principle of equality for all
The head of the National Council of Churches of Kenya says has declared himself to be unhappy that the east African country has failed to refer cases of post-election violence to the International Criminal Court.
The head of Kenya's largest Protestant church grouping, the Rev Peter Karanja, says people who instigated violence after the disputed 2007 elections in the east African country must be held to account.