Christmas Celebrations Banned in West Sumatra

Christians in the province of West Sumatra in Indonesia are banned from holding Christmas services in private homes.

Youths in Papua New Guinea Urged to Continue Christian Traditions

A ritual in Papua New Guinea for girls coming-of-age became a platform for a parent to urge young people to uphold cultural and Christian practices.

Christians Denounce a Video Game as ‘Blasphemous’

Christians used social media to criticize the trailer of a new video game, I Am Jesus Christ.

Rare King James Bible to be Displayed in Saudi Arabia

A rare first edition of the King James Bible is set to be displayed in an exhibit at the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Israel Prepares for Thousands of Christian Tourists This Christmas

Israel is preparing to receive an estimated 165,000 Christians during the Christmas holiday season.

UK Christian Group Slams Offensive Christmas Cards

A Christian group in the UK criticized a new range of Christmas cards as "deeply offensive."

China Shuts Down Religious Publications

China has shut down several religious newspapers following its crackdown on pornographic and illegal publications.

Australia Delays Religious Discrimination Bill

The Australian government decided to delay the introduction of its religious discrimination bill to give legislators more time to get the laws right.

Buildings Lit Red to Highlight Christian Persecution

Churches and other landmarks all over the world were lit up red on November 27 in support of Red Wednesday.

Persecuted Christians Will Help Save Europe –Hungarian PM

The Hungarian Prime Minister believes that persecuted Christians who are being protected today may help save Europe in the future.
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