Report Reveals almost 300 Million Christians Persecuted Worldwide

One out of seven Christians in the world, or about 300 million, live in a country where there is some form of persecution because of their religion. They face...

Bangladesh Christians Celebrate their Faith Amid Persecution

Catholics in Bangladesh gathered in Chittagong last month to celebrate the country's 500 years of Christianity.

Remembering the Rally in Riviera for Corey Jones

Three years and four months after un-uniformed officer, Nouman Raja shot and killed Corey Jones, the jury has pronounced their verdict: Nouman Raja is guilty of first degree murder.

Study: Theology Matters in Growing a Church

A team of researchers from Wilfrid Laurier University and Redeemer University College in Ontario, Canada has discovered the "secret ingredient" that enables churches to grow. The study revealed that...

Summit Seeks to Develop Leaders to Impact Communities

Los Angeles’ Mosaic Church Senior Pastor Erwin McManus was a featured speaker at this year’s international Global Leadership Summit (GLS), and he inspired listeners and drove some to tears...

1 Million Christians Join the Third Global Hymn Sing

One million Christians around the world joined the third annual "Global Hymn Sing" on February 25, 2018.

Chinese Workers in Africa Convert to Christianity

There's a noticeable rise in the number of Chinese nationals converting to Christianity in Africa and it is being attributed to African evangelical churches.

Thousands Join Rome’s First Inter-religious Half-Marathon

Runners from different backgrounds joined the first half-marathon for peace in Rome, Italy on September 17, 2017. "Rome Half-Marathon VIA PACIS (the Way of Peace)" started and ended near St....

Christians in Turkey on Edge after Failed Coup

Baptist Press reports that the future is dim for Christians in Turkey following the failed military coup. Since the coup attempt on July 15, an estimated 50,000-60,000 people have...

Russian Churches Use World Cup to Evangelize, Despite Ban

In a country where strict laws on evangelizing are implemented, churches have to be creative in order to continue with their activities. Russian churches have found a loophole in...