Imprisoned pastors in Myanmar released on condition they stop praying in church

Pastors detained by an armed group in Myanmar’s Shan state were released on 5 October, but only on condition they stop praying in church. Soldiers from...

CityFest with Andrew Palau draws 9,500 People Together in Lane County for a Day...

EUGENE, Ore., Aug. 3, 2018 /Christian Newswire/ -- Through the unified efforts of more than 100 Lane County church and ministries over a two-year...

Five Reasons Why Church Revitalization Leaders Must Be Risk Takers

We have rightly described church planters as risk takers. They start churches. They often have little funding. They typically have no building to begin. Many...

Cyprus Metropolitan Vasilios says steps to reconciliation are ‘not easy’, yet ‘must be done’

The division of Cyprus since 1974 is one of the most protracted issues in the hands of the United Nations. Despite recent...

GCN TV Attends the Fellowship of European Broadcasters Conference

The Fellowship of European Broadcasters Conference was held from Nov. 29 through Dec. 1, in Dublin, Ireland, and representatives from GCN TV of our...

Revival Fires are Turning the Tide in Europe

ORLANDO, Fla., Sept. 7, 2018 /Christian Newswire/ -- More than 14,000 people gathered for the Christ for All Nations' FIRE Conference in Budapest, Hungary. During the...

Sinicization Program Turing Less Submissive And More Into Worship in China

The Chinese government has been enforcing sinicization, a program the government started in efforts to form the assimilation of minority religions to Chinese culture....

“The materials are us” – Faith building bridges in the HIV response

How faith groups and leaders can, should and are building bridges to more effectively eliminate AIDS as a public health threat is the focus...

The most commonly read book in the Philippines? Survey says: the Bible

Manila, Philippines, Oct 27, 2018 / 01:00 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- A recent survey found that the Bible is the most frequently read book in...

Interreligious summer school brings together Christian, Jewish and Muslim students

This week the World Council of Churches Bossey Ecumenical Institute in Switzerland is ringing with scriptural sharing, research, and dialogue drawing together perspectives from...
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Legal Struggle of Doctor Reflects Wider Harassment of Christians in India

HYDERABAD, India (Morning Star News) – Emergency medicine doctor Christo Thomas Philip was returning with his family to his native India from a medical...

ICC Restores Shattered Church Community in Nepal

02/10/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – On May 11, 2018, Immanuel Church, located in Kanchanpur, Nepal, was set on fire by unknown individuals. Fortunately,...

District Council in Pakistan Votes to Employ Only Christians as Sweepers

02/14/2019 Pakistan (International Christian Concern) – In January, the Swabi District Council, located in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, voted to only employ Christians...