Christianity Explored Reaches 1,250 Latin Americans

Christianity Explored Ministry (CEM) announced that 1,250 people in Latin America have been trained in mission through the Christianity Explored course.

Canadians Denounce Religious Symbol Ban for Govt Staff

Several faith groups in Canada denounced a bill that would ban civil servants from wearing religious symbols.

Nigeria to Translate Bible in 250 Languages

Wycliffe Associates has agreed to translate the Bible into 250 languages in Nigeria. The Biblical translator revealed that they aim to start the projects within next year.

Christian Village in Congo Attacked, 6 Killed

Six Christians were killed and 470 others flee after militants recently attacked a Christian village in the northeast Democratic Republic of Congo.

Mentally Ill Christians Charged with Blasphemy in Pakistan

Local police has charged a mentally-disabled Pakistani Christian man with blasphemy. Stephen Masih, 38, unmarried, was arrested after he was accused of making "derogatory remarks against the Prophet Muhammad."

Study: Faith is Good for the Brain

According to an article by Italian science journalist Piero Bianucci, prayer and other experiences related to faith stimulate a part of the brain associated with strong, positive emotions.

Deadly Attacks Continue Against Nigerian Christians

Nigerian Christians fear for their lives as deadly attacks continue against them. More than 300 people were killed in several Christian communities in Kaduna State, Nigeria in February and March 2019.

Egypt Legalizes 156 Christian Churches

Egypt legalized 156 Christian churches and church-affiliated buildings on March 5, 2019, making the total number of registered churches in the country to 783.

Official Vows to Rid of China’s Christianity

China claims that the West is using Christianity to influence its people and challenge the ruling Communist Party.

Christians Challenged to Give Up Plastic This Lent

Ash Wednesday marks the first day of the Lenten season, where Christians are encouraged to pray, fast, and abstain. This year, Christians are urged to reduce plastic waste this Lenten season.
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