Chinese Christians Protest “Anti-Terror Cameras” in Churches

Christians living in Wenzhou denounced the installation of security cameras inside the churches. The city's Christian community clashed with government officials as the latter forcefully set up the cameras, according to South China Morning Post.

Many British Christians Think God has No Human Gender Identity – YouGov Poll

In a YouGov survey, results showed that 41% of British Christians believe that God has no gender: He is neither male nor female. The traditional belief that God is...

Knights of Columbus Donates Millions to Aid Persecuted Christians

The Knights of Columbus donated an additional $1.9 million in humanitarian aid as it continues to support the Christian refugees in the Middle East, reports LifeZette.

BBC to Include More Religious Shows

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) vowed to include more religious-themed shows in its programming.

China Rewards Those Who Report Christians

In another part of a crackdown on Christianity, China now offers bounty to those who snitch on Christians. Authorities will give $1,500 (10,000 yuan)--about two month's worth of salary, to people who report underground churches to the government.

London Church Under Fire for Satanic Fashion Show

A church located in London has apologized after it received criticisms for hosting a satanic fashion show. St. Andrew's Church in Holborn allowed Turkish designer Dilara Findikoglu to use its...

UN to Observe Intl Day for Victims of Religion-Based Crimes

The UN announced that August 22 will be observed as International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief.

London Bankers Find Comfort in Jesus

In times of uncertainty, bankers in London find stability through their faith. St. Peter's Barge, a floating church on the River Thames, ministers to bankers and insurance brokers in the...

1 Million Christians Join the Third Global Hymn Sing

One million Christians around the world joined the third annual "Global Hymn Sing" on February 25, 2018.

French Church Reopens after Priest’s Murder

The Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray church, the church where a priest was murdered by teenage jihadists two months ago, reopened Sunday with a procession and a special penitential mass, RFI reports. The Catholic...