A writer and speaker predicts the new international religious freedom ambassador will do well in his new job.
An international ministry says it has been quite a year across Africa, most infamously when the Muslim terrorist group Boko Haram kidnapped more than 270 girls, most of them Christians.
It looks like Pastor Saeed Abedini will spend another Christmas away from his family.
Proclaiming invective words before a crowd at the Al Aqsa Mosque — built right on top of the Temple Mount (orthodox Jew’s holiest site) — a Muslim cleric sounded off a foreboding sermon threatening Jews, telling them “the time to kill you has come.”
It hasn't been an easy year for Christians in India.
While some people are waiting for the U.S. and Iran to reach agreement on nuclear talks, others want something else to happen: the family of Pastor Saeed Abedini wants him released from an Iranian prison and sent back to the United States.
While the UN and its members continue to go after North Korea for crimes against humanity, another North Korea-type nation remains a major concern.
Traditional views of marriage, and a protest sign, got a British man tossed as a Red Cross volunteer.
Persecuted Christians around the world will have a lot of people praying for them this weekend.
A nonprofit organization that works to strengthen Christians to stand strong in the face of persecution is planning some big events surrounding the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church.
Government workers in China continue to forcibly remove crosses from churches.
While people are praying for Pastor Saeed Abedini's release from a prison in Iran, another pastor remains behind bars in that same country.
There's an important day to mark on your calendar in November, and it's not Election Day or Thanksgiving.
Organizations are watching and waiting for Pakistan's supreme court to take up the case of Asia Bibi.
Concerns continue for Christians in India, and a human rights organization for religious freedom says the greatest issue as of late is the "absolute skyrocketing of attacks that have been taking place on Christians and other religious minorities" in that country.
It's now been six months since Boko Haram kidnapped dozens of Christian and Muslim schoolgirls in Nigeria.