Alabama’s Near Total Ban on Abortion Drew Mixed Reactions

Alabama passed a law on May 15, 2019 that bans all cases of abortions, except when the mother's life is at risk.

Christianity Growing in Syria In The Wake of ISIS

A town in Syria, once bombarded by ISIS for months, now sees a growing number of families converting to Christianity.

Nigerian Christians Cry for Help Amid Intense Persecution

A Christian anti-persecution charity called on Christians all over the world to pray for fellow believers in Nigeria following the escalating violence they continue to endure.

Mental Health Summit Strives to End Stigmas and Offer Hope

The High Desert Mental Health Summit held at High Desert Church (HDC) last week aimed to gather and create a community of professionals, advocates, and those with life experience to start a conversation about mental health.

US Museum to Exhibit Mile-Long Illustrated Bible

The Museum of the Bible in Washington D.C. announced that a copy of the Wiedmann Bible is set to go on display starting June 1, 2019.

Iran Minister Admits Growth of Christianity; Summons Converts

The Islamic Republic of Iran's Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi admitted publicly that Christianity is spreading in different parts of the country.

Borneo To Get 100 New Bible Translations

Wycliffe Associates, a global Bible translation organization, is set to launch 100 new Bible translations in Borneo, the island where there are 287 languages spoken by its citizens.

Trump Calls for an End on Religious Persecution at National Day of Prayer Service

US President Donald Trump called an end on all kinds of violence and terrorism against people of faith, saying that "all civilized nations must join together in this effort."

Alive From New York: Focus on the Family Rally

I was one of the 10,000 people at the Alive from New York pro-life rally in Times Square on Saturday.

UK Report Warns of ‘Genocidal’ Level of Christian Persecution

A new report commissioned by the British government proves that there is an increasing severity in the persecution of Christians, some cases are so extreme that it can be called genocidal.