The latest report is out about religious persecution in the Middle East, and it's a grim reminder of the murder and evil taking place there.
While arguing that Christians and other conservative have lost the “culture wars” in America, a professor at Harvard University insists that those with such religious and political views should be treated like Nazis for taking a biblical stance on today’s social issues.
An organization working with oppressed countries around the world is witnessing increased persecution of Christians in Central Asia.
Four churches targeted for demolition are the heated topic of a protest in Lahore, Pakistan, where Christians are calling upon local authorities to not tear down the worship centers — making way for the government’s plan to build a train line through the area.
In recognition of Holocaust Remembrance Day, a Holocaust survivor who owes his survival to Christians is sharing a little bit of his story.
Kenneth Bae, imprisoned in North Korea for about two years, is speaking openly about his experience.
There are two reasons why it's often dangerous to be pregnant in China.
A pastor's wife in China has died after trying to stop the demolition of a church.
An international Christian legal organization is applauding the European Parliament for speaking out on the violence against Christians in the Taliban's Easter attack in Pakistan.
Missouri State University (MSU) is being sued for dismissing a student from its graduate degree program because he expressed reservations about counseling same-sex couples and therefore compromising his religious convictions.
Severe punishment is on display in Indonesia.
State authorities in Norway have taken five children into custody because of their parents’ Christian beliefs, spurring thousands of activists worldwide to protest the seizure in the name of parental rights and religious freedom.
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