By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation Whereas from the earliest days of our history our people have been accustomed to turn to Almighty God for help...
"They are at war in their heads with Christianity. Not just with Christianity, they are at war with all other religions as well. But they have been signaling out in increasingly virulent terms that their real war now is against Christians and the cross." However, media is ignoring this threat to the world's largest religion.
Are you aware that our nation has a law in place requiring our President to proclaim a National Day of Prayer each year on the first Thursday in May? The National Day of Prayer was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman. Each year since its genesis, the president has signed a proclamation, encouraging all Americans to pray on this day.
Suicide bombers attacked two separate Coptic churches in Egypt on Palm Sunday, leaving at least 44 dead and more than 100 injured, Egyptian Streets reports. The first attack was at...
In a survey by Copenhagen Parish, many churches are opening their doors at night to accommodate Danes who are most likely seen socializing in bars and cafes. Currently, there are 33 churches in 25 towns and cities offering after-dark worship, The Local reports.
Forty-two Christians in Lahore, who were accused of murder, claimed that a senior Pakistani prosecutor has been blackmailing them. They disclosed that the prosecutor offered them their acquittal if they convert to Islam, The Hindu reports.
A Christian nurse was dismissed by the National Health Services (NHS) in the UK after she spoke about her faith to patients, The Telegraph reports. Sarah Kuteh was fired last year from Darent Valley Hospital in Dartford, Kent. She lost her job after several patients complained that she talked a lot about her faith while they were preparing for surgery.
Christians living in Wenzhou denounced the installation of security cameras inside the churches. The city's Christian community clashed with government officials as the latter forcefully set up the cameras, according to South China Morning Post.