A spokesperson for a group of Christian organizations in the Middle East says France appears to have taken the lead in trying to find a resolution to protect Christians in Iraq and Syria.
It appears persecution of Christians in China will continue for the foreseeable future.
A delegation representing Middle East minorities is hoping the United Nations Security Council will soon take action to protect small communities that are undergoing ethnic cleansing by ISIS.
A communist-era Bible smuggler and founder of the ministry Open Doors is making a rare trip to the United States to give his thoughts on the current state of persecution of Christians.
The latest details on imprisoned Christian pastor Saeed Abedini have been presented before the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland.
Tensions remain in high in eastern Pakistan following Sunday's suicide bombings outside two churches. The latest count is 15 people dead and at least 70 others wounded.
A former lawmaker is working with Baylor University to help raise awareness on religious persecution.
An attorney working to free an American pastor imprisoned in Iran is wondering how Iranian leaders can be trusted to keep their word if a deal is struck on its nuclear program.
A Christian think tank says the Sudanese government continues to attack Christians and other minorities in Sudan with no end in sight.
Christian leaders and others who are concerned about the worldwide persecution of Christians will gather in Florida on March 14 to pray for America and the persecuted church.
A former congressman has created a new religious freedom organization, motivated by persecution of Christians around the world.
It's been four years since Pakistan's sole Christian cabinet minister was assassinated. There are complaints that justice has yet to be served as the murder trial is moving at a snail's pace.
The latest religious freedom study from Pew Research shows that Christians and Jews seem to suffer the most in countries around the world.
Dozens of U.S. lawmakers are calling on the new king of Saudi Arabia to improve human rights and religious freedom in his country.
With the recent beheadings of Coptic Christians and the kidnapping of Assyrian Christians, it's urgent that people understand the serious threat that ISIS poses.
An organization that assists persecuted Christians worldwide is encouraged to hear that ISIS has released some Assyrian Christians from captivity, but still finds the situation troubling.