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Christians in Canada turn to their faith for comfort and support since the COVID-19 outbreak.
Almost half of Americans said the Bible should influence laws in the United States, while more than a quarter believed that the Bible should be given priority over the will of the people.
Religious leaders offered messages of hope to alleviate people's feeling of fear and uncertainty during the pandemic.
More people read the Bible this Easter Sunday compared to last year as the COVID-19 pandemic forced churches to close their buildings and kept people in their homes.
Christians celebrated Easter Sunday not with the usual joyous festivities and traditional large gatherings, but in the comforts of their homes, isolated from fellow believers.
As the world comes to a standstill because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Christians continue with their faith and observe Lent in the safety of their homes.
A Canadian Christian radio station aims to connect with listeners during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Francis Chan encouraged Christians to look at the COVID-19 pandemic in a different light. He urged believers to use this time to spread the love of Christ.
Armenia donates a khachkar (cross-stone) to the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.
For Christians, the government-imposed home quarantine is a time to strengthen their faith.