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.
The Islamic Republic of Iran's Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi admitted publicly that Christianity is spreading in different parts of the country.
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.
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.
German politicians called on European countries to protect people's right to religious freedom. Different political groups in Germany became united on April 23, 2019 in denouncing the increased violence against Christians around the world.
Several rights groups denounced the recent arrest of four Christians in Nepal for allegedly converting people to Christianity.
A joyous celebration turned bloody when suspected Muslim Fulani herdsmen killed 16 Christians after a baby dedication in central Nigeria on April 14, 2019.
Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka was marked not by the celebration of Jesus' resurrection, but with a series of gruesome suicide bombings in several churches and hotels, killing 290 people.
T The historic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris went up in flames on Monday, April 15th. In a matter of a few hours, hundreds of...
A new poll found that only 46% of Christians in the UK agree that Jesus died on the cross to forgive sins. The Forgiveness Poll April 2019 conducted by ComRes for BBC Local Radio surveyed 2,042 British adults on their views on the meaning of Easter and forgiveness.