Wednesday, January 19, 2022 11:40 pm

Global Faith Leaders Call for Vaccine Equity

Humanitarian and faith leaders around the world signed a joint declaration calling for "equitable vaccine distribution."

Bible Reading Soared in 2020—Survey

A new survey found that Bible reading increased dramatically in 2020, with some 181 million Americans opening a Bible in the past year.

Christians Unite for Thy Kingdom Come Prayer Movement

Christians all over the world gear up for the 6th Thy Kingdom Come Prayer movement, an annual event of evangelization happening on May 13-23, 2021.

Most Pastors Oppose Legalization of Marijuana In the US

Despite acceptance of many Americans of marijuana, a recent study showed that most pastors oppose its legalization and use.

Irish Christians Welcome Return of In-person Worship

Churches in Ireland reopened its doors to the public on May 10th as part of the government's plan of easing Covid-19 restrictions.

EU Appoints Special Envoy for Religious Freedom

The European Commission appointed Former European Commissioner Christos Stylianides as Special Envoy for the promotion of freedom of religion or belief outside the EU.

Facebook Tests New ‘Prayer Post’ Feature

Facebook is currently testing a new feature that will allow users to ask for and respond to prayer requests.

Prayer Day Set for India

Church leaders in India have set May 7th as a day for prayer and fasting as the country continues its battle against Covid-19.

Religious Freedom Worsened in China—USCIRF

The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) released its annual report on April 21 stating that religious freedom conditions in China have worsened.

Faith-based Approaches Can Sway Many Americans to Accept COVID-19 Vaccine

A recent study by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) and Interfaith Youth Core (IYC) found that faith-based approaches can help sway many hesitant Americans to accept the COVID-19 vaccine.