Boko Haram killed 110 farmers just outside the capital of Borno State in northeastern Nigeria on Nov. 28 in what is believed to be the deadliest civilian attack carried out by the jihadist terrorist g… Despite harsh persecution from their government, an increasing number of North Koreans are getting exposed to the Bible yearly. An archaeologist suggests that the remaining foundation of a house found in Nazareth is evidence that this house was Jesus' childhood and adulthood home. China just published new rules that will make it harder for foreigners in the country to share the gospel with Chinese citizens. Christians in Uganda continue to receive attacks from Muslims with the recent one claiming the life of a pastor and his son.
From Sunday service to a congressional briefing, the many events will continue to inform the American public
The North Korean Freedom Week, which has been held annually for the liberation and free unification of North Korean compatriots, began its official schedule on Sunday with a Sunday worship service at the New Hope Bible Church. In particular, the chairman of the North Korean Refugee Human Rights Asso… On March 12-17, Sarang Church (Senior Pastor Jung-hyun Oh) convened 'The 16th Special Dawn Prayer Meeting" in order to commemorate the 40th anniversary of its foundation. On February 23, Pyeongchang Music Festival was held with the theme 'Let the Whole World Sing' at the Gangneung Central Methodist Church near Gangneung Ice Arena. It was convened two days before the closing ceremony of Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Games is held. A state government in India has passed a contentious bill forbidding the coercion of conversion into another religion, which some say can be abused to harass religious minority groups. After two years, six months, and nine days of absence, Rev. Hyeon Soo Lim returned to the pulpit of Light Presbyterian Church in Toronto during its Sunday service on August 13, and greeted the congregants. Lim then expressed gratitude toward Christians all over the world who had prayed fervently for… A Korean Canadian pastor who had been detained in North Korea for two and a half years was released on Wednesday over health reasons, a North Korean news agency reported. Jordanian lawmakers in the lower house of Parliament voted on Tuesday, August 1, to repeal Article 308 of the Penal Code, no longer allowing sexual assault perpetrators to evade punishment for their actions by marrying their victims. A humanitarian organization has set out to raise funds in hopes to rebuild a predominantly Christian town in Iraq that has been destroyed by ISIS. What began with an email requesting medical and dental help has grown into a regular effort by a group of friends from multiple churches to serve the Yazidi refugee population in northern Iraq. Amid the instability and violence that have occurred in the region over the course of more than ten years, eight churches in Baghdad have closed their doors for good, according to a human rights organization focusing on persecuted Christians.