In the midst of celebrated rescue operations this week, there's still no sign of the schoolgirls from northern Nigeria who were abducted by Boko Haram more than a year ago.
Homosexual activists trashed two North Carolina churches over the weekend and spray-painted pro-“gay” messages over the church properties, which sustained thousands of dollars’ worth of damages.
An advocacy group for persecuted Christians is reacting to the video released Sunday by the militant Islamic terror group ISIS showing the murder of 30 Ethiopian Christian men in Libya.
A 14-year-old Christian boy was beaten and set on fire after being asked his religious affiliation by two Muslim youth who were on their way to Friday prayers at their local mosque in Lahore, Pakistan.
A human rights organization reports that those who publicly stand against the misuse of alleged "blasphemy laws" in Pakistan are putting their lives at risk.
April 14 will be the one-year anniversary of the kidnapping of 270 Nigerian girls by Boko Haram. An organization that helps persecuted Christians is reminding people that kidnappings, killings and persecution happen every day in Nigeria.
Although Christians in Kenya are still reeling from the April 2 attack at a college, an organization that helps persecuted Christians is heartened by the boldness of those who were martyred for their faith.
Now that Nigeria has elected a Muslim to be president, concerns are being raised over what that means for Christians living there.
Christians in a small Egyptian village are once again the focus of attacks by Islamic terrorists.
The head of a ministry that serves persecuted Christians worldwide says the situation in Pakistan remains tense for believers there.
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.