Christians in Algeria Denounce Government Clamp Down on Religion

Christians in Algeria cry foul over the growing pressure against believers in the predominantly Muslim country. To promote and preserve Islam, the Algerian parliament passed a law in 2006 which...

Nepalis Turned to God After the 2015 Earthquake

Two years ago, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal which affected millions of lives. The quake left 9,000 people dead and damaged 600,000 buildings and structures.

UK Christian Nurse Fired Over Prayers for Patient

A Christian nurse was dismissed by the National Health Services (NHS) in the UK after she spoke about her faith to patients, The Telegraph reports. Sarah Kuteh was fired last year from Darent Valley Hospital in Dartford, Kent. She lost her job after several patients complained that she talked a lot about her faith while they were preparing for surgery.

China Expels 32 Christian Missionaries

South Korea's Foreign Ministry said on Saturday China has expelled 32 South Korean Christian missionaries amid a dispute about a missile defense system, Reuters reports.

UK Christians Prefer a Different Kind of Halloween

A Christian charity in the UK offers a great alternative to the traditional scary themes of Halloween parties.

“Ethnic Cleansing” Against Nigerian Christians Leaves 45 Dead

A series of attacks by a Muslim clan on Christians in Nigeria has left 45 people dead and many injured, Express UK reports. The Muslim Hausa-Fulani herdsmen were responsible for...

Saudi Arabia Deports 27 Christians

Saudi Arabia has deported 27 Christians for "conducting Christian prayers" and being "in possession of Bibles," Jihad Watch reports. These Lebanese Maronite Christians included women and children who were...

Christians Outraged as Rwanda Closes 8,000 Churches

Rwanda shut down 8,000 churches alleged to be in violation of new government laws. Christians condemned the forceful closing of the churches, saying the government used petty red tape...

Women Important in Sharing the Faith in Iran

Open Doors found that women are playing an important role in spreading Christianity in Iran, World Watch Monitor reports. "Many women risk imprisonment and torture by being active evangelists," she...

Christians in Bulgaria Joined a Bible Reading Marathon

Christians in Bulgaria celebrated more than a thousand years of Cyrillic Alphabet in style. On May 24, more than 50 people joined "In the Beginning Was the Word," a seven-hour Bible reading marathon in the country's capital, Sofia, Evangelical Focus reports.