Catholics in Bangladesh gathered in Chittagong last month to celebrate the country's 500 years of Christianity.
Tagged as the world's worst country to be a Christian, North Korea has gone to great lengths to cover its horrifying treatment of Christians.
Christians in New Zealand will gathered in front of their parliament on January 30, 2018 to call for the reinstatement of 'Jesus' in the Parliamentary prayer.
The president of Bolivia heeded the clamor of Christians and reversed a new law prohibiting evangelization in the country.
Sixty-five years after being closed, a Bristol church in the UK will reopen to reach young people, reports Premiers.
In an incident which Christians called an "amazing sign," a Bible was left unscathed after militants firebombed a church in Kyrgyzstan, reports Release International.
Churches in Zambia have cancelled services to prevent the spread of cholera. The Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) announced that services in the capital are not allowed "to hold church programs on Sunday and any other day until further notice," reports Anglican News.
Chinese authorities have blown up a Christian church on January 9, 2018. Police from the inland province of Shanxi detonated dynamites and used heavy machinery to demolish the church which they claimed was illegally constructed.
On January 12, 2010, Haiti was struck by a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake. It is estimated that over 200,000 lives were lost while hundreds of thousands of survivors were displaced. Today, January 12, 2018, marks the 8-year anniversary of that earthquake.
On December 28, 2017, thousands of Iranian citizens took to streets, particularly in Israel – who Iran swears to wipe off the face of the map – calling out against a stagnant economy and high cost of living.