A military outreach program recently reached a milestone.
Indigenous Bible translators who live and work in regions that are under continuous threats of terrorism are receiving help to keep Bible translation moving forward.
In the midst of political uncertainty and terrorist attacks in Nigeria, a global radio ministry says God is opening doors to reach people in the most violent places in the African country.
Christian missionaries in Southeast Asia are praying that a law won't be approved that would make it more difficult to win converts in the predominantly Buddhist country of Burma.
An anti-trafficking organization is concerned for orphans and others in Sudan's Nuba Mountains as bombings have intensified in the last month.
A global radio ministry reports that the gospel is having a powerful impact in the world's second-most populous nation.
A well-known and highly respected worldwide ministry dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty has kept its promise to Haitians devastated by the earthquake in 2010: $31 million to build 30 quake-resistant schools.
Make Way Partners is preparing to break ground for a badly needed medical facility in South Sudan - but there is one more costly step.
Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow recently opened the doors of the Tebow CURE Hospital in the Philippines – the same country where doctors told his mother 27 years ago that he should be aborted if she wanted to live.
Bible translation is underway in areas hostile to Christianity and Westerners, but the real story may be the people doing the translation work.
As many are sprawling to the nearest shopping mall or their favorite online merchandiser this Christmas season, evangelist Ray Comfort knows the power of the dollar — or millions for that matter — when it comes to grabbing people’s attention.
As if having the reputation as the world’s most dominant and merciless terrorist group isn’t enough, ISIS (Islamic State) has forcefully driven tens to hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children from their homes — leaving behind their possessions — to Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq, where the young refugees are now set to receive 60,000 gift boxes, compliments of a Christian charity.
Prison Fellowship's annual Angel Tree project is looking for more volunteers to make sure the children of prison inmates are blessed this Christmas.
While Mercy Ships is waiting out the Ebola scare, its Africa crew is making good use of its time and medical personnel elsewhere.
According to the organizer of Operation Christmas Child, children are not the only ones who benefit from the shoebox campaign.
Spain is offering to take in children orphaned by Islamic terrorist group ISIS.