Radical Muslims persecute Christians in Egypt

Christian Daily reports that radical Muslims in Egypt are persecuting Coptic Christians. Several human groups have been raising their concerns on the spike of violence against the Coptic Orthodox...

US Muslims Slam ISIS in Campaign

The senseless violence and terror attacks unleashed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria or better known as ISIS made people around the world denounce radicalized Islam. A Chicago-based...

U.S. Olympians at Rio Olympics are Rooted in God

As fans of Team USA in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil show their support to these amazing Olympians, a number of these athletes show that there's...

North Korea Bans Imported Goods with Cross-like Markings

Open Doors' 2016 World Watch List has named North Korea as the greatest persecutor of Christians in the world for the 14th consecutive year.

Japan’s Oldest Church May Become a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Japan's oldest church which was built to commemorate the 26 martyred Christians crucified in 1597 has been nominated as a World Heritage Site. Christiantoday.com reports that the Oura church in...

UK Churches Given £2.4m Security Fund

Mirror UK reports that the UK government will release £2.4m funding to beef up security in mosques, churches and other religious buildings following the killing of a priest in France and a new...

Israel – Where Christians Live in Peace

CBN News reports that Israel is the only safe haven and beacon of hope in the Middle East amid genocide and Islamic persecution against Christians. During the 11th annual Christians...

UK Church Tourism Week

The United Kingdom celebrates its first Church Tourism Week on July 22-31, 2016. The Churches Conservation Trust organized this week-long program to promote and celebrate England's historic churches. "England’s treasured...

Nepal Christians on Trial for Proselytizing

Eight Christian counselors in Nepal will go on trial for proselytizing -- which is against the country's new constitution, Christian Today reports. This trial is the first religious freedom...

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...