5M Rallied Against Christian Persecution in Nigeria

Five million people gathered on the streets of Nigeria on February 2 to protest the beheading of Pastor Lawan Andimi by Boko Haram, and to denounce the government's inaction to stop the persecution against Christians.

Hate Crimes Against Christians in India Continue to Rise

The latest report of the Evangelical Fellowhsip of India revealed that "Targeted violence and hate crimes against the Christian community in India continued unabated in 2018."

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.

Judge in India Says Christian Institutions ‘Highly Unsafe’ For Girls

A judge in India said there was a "general feeling" among parents that studying at co-ed Christian institutions is "highly unsafe for the future of their children."

Nigerian Christians Cry for Help Amid Intense Persecution

A Christian anti-persecution charity called on Christians all over the world to pray for fellow believers in Nigeria following the escalating violence they continue to endure.

Mission Brings Jesus Closer to North Africa

The Spanish Bible Society takes advantage of the summer to distribute the New Testament through various Spanish sea ports such as Melilla, Tarifa and Algeciras which thousands of travelers use to go to and from Europe.

Christians Outraged at Indonesian Family’s Church Suicide Bombings

Christians condemned the multiple suicide bombings that targeted three churches and other buildings in Surabaya, Indonesia’s second largest city. Christian leaders called for unity after a coordinated attack left...

Christian Persecution is a Humanitarian Disaster —Hungarian Ofcl

Hungarian Deputy State Secretary Tristan Azbej said the persecution of Christians is "a humanitarian disaster that has remained purposefully concealed."

Most Evangelicals Live Outside N.America and Europe

A new research found that out of the 660 million evangelical Christians in the world, more than 60% of them live in Latin America, Asia and Africa.

Israel Grants Gaza Christians Entry to Christmas Sites

The Israel government reversed its previous decision and allowed Christians from Gaza Strip to visit Christmas sites during the holidays.