“Hi, Braxton, Go Home”

Dad needed to know. A few days passed, and Seth took Braxton to McDonald’s and asked him what he remembered about the incident. He posed the question to his toddler — did you see Jesus? Braxton said yes, and added the Lord has white hair. Seth followed up with, “Did Jesus speak to you? What did He say?”

Christian Groups Hail Ruling on N.Ireland’s Abortion Law

Christian groups welcomed a legal ruling that Northern Ireland's abortion laws should be decided by the local government---not by the judges, reports Belfast News Letter. The Court of Appeal in...

Faith-inspired Sneakers Launched in Singapore

Neon Apostle, the first footwear company in the world to combine functionality, faith and footwear, was launched in Singapore, Business Insider reports. Kenneth Yu, founder of Neon Apostle, said he...

Call to Pray: North Korea Vows 1000 Fold Revenge on US

North Korea vowed Monday to strike the U.S. with ‘thousands-fold’ revenge after the United Nations imposed new sanctions in response to a recent intercontinental ballistic missile launch from the rogue regime.

SoCal Harvest Crusade Expects Thousands

Thousands are expected to fill the Angel Stadium in Anaheim for a night of music and faith at this year’s 28th annual Harvest Crusade. SoCal Harvest is a free, three-night event held August 18–20, 2017 featuring music from top Christian artists, plus a gospel message by Greg Laurie.

2018 Global Christian Forum to Meet in Colombia

Christian leaders from around the world are gearing up to join Global Christian Forum's gathering in Bogota, Colombia in 2018.

Robot Spider on Canadian Cathedral Drew Mixed Reactions

A giant robot spider became famous when it was used in a performance at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Ottawa, Ontario on July 27. Named Kumo, the robotic spider was...

“Jesus Ban” Proposed in Australian Schools Sparks Fury

The state of Queensland in Australia has proposed prohibiting school children from talking about Jesus, The Australian reports. In March, education officials published a review of religious instructions used in...

Welsh Council Meetings Still Open with Christian Prayers

Thirteen out of 18 councils in Wales hold Christian prayers before the formal start of a meeting despite a campaign to ban them, The Christian Institute reports. The National Secular...

Majority of UK Christians Feel Marginalized

A recent study showed that an astonishing 93 per cent of Christians living in the United Kingdom feel that their faith is being marginalized by society, The Christian Institute reports.