Five Ways the #Metoo Movement will Likely Impact Churches

The #MeToo Movement will be one of the historic markers of 2018. Its impact is felt in the entertainment industry, in politics, in businesses...

WCC releases message after visit to Nicaragua in midst of political crisis

“We have sought to support dialogue as a means to resolve differences, and to reaffirm and strengthen calls for justice, peace and respect for...

How We Pray for the Nations

Then we consider the Great Commission found in Mathew 28:18-20, it’s apparent that God has a plan to save his people from among the nations...

Christian Leaders Demonstrate Growing Support for Environmental Protection

The first of September is the World Day of Prayer for Creation and the opening of the Season of Creation, meant to be a...

Manmin Summer Retreat 2018: The Holy Spirit works all Around The World

Many people who participated Manmin Summer Retreat, which was held in Deogyusan Resort in Muju on August 6, 2018, via GCN experienced the Holy...

Hindu Extremists Suspected in False Charges against Pastor in India, Sources Say

HYDERABAD, India (Morning Star News)– A pastor could face life in prison after police in eastern India falsely charged him with leading a tribal rebel movement,...

15 Common Sacred Cows in Churches

They are usually called sacred cows. Sometimes they are called idols. Though the sacred cow terminology has its origins in Hinduism, it is commonly used...

Why Is Isaiah so Important?

Years ago, a boy made one of the greatest discoveries in modern history as he was walking along a path and casting stones into...

Ecumenical Youth Gets a Closer Look at Unjust Realities in Mexico

Exposure visits taken by participants of the Ecumenical School on Governance, Economics and Management (GEM) offered a firsthand knowledge about economic and political injustices...

10 Guidelines for Paying and Hosting Guest Speakers and Musicians

Money can be an awkward issue for churches and guest speakers. It’s the issue both parties consider; but it’s often the issue around which both...
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Religious freedom defender missing on Cuba

A Cuban religious freedom defender was arbitrarily detained at noon on Friday 12 July and has since been held incommunicado. 

Christian women and children suffering jail nightmare in Sudan helped by Barnabas-aided prison ministry

Barnabas is helping fund a prison ministry in Sudan to aid Christian women who have been jailed, often with their children, for...

New Protest in Sudan Marks 40 Days Since Military Crackdown

07/14/2019 Sudan (International Christian Concern) –It has been 40 days since the military council ordered the military to stop protests going on in Khartoum,...