Religious freedom crackdown continues in ‘new low point’

Authorities in Jiangsu, China demolished 5,911 temples within one month, according to a report released by the Christian human rights organisation ChinaAid...

Hong Kong Christians May Fall Victim to Revised Extradition Laws

04/28/2019 China (International Christian Concern) – Hong Kong is planning to amend its extradition laws to allow suspects to be sent to mainland...

Palestinian Christians Targeted by Gunmen

04/29/2019 Palestine (International Christian Concern) – The Jerusalem Post reports that the predominantly Christian village of Jifna, north of Ramallah, was targeted by...

Funeral Held for Eight Christians Killed in Easter Procession in Nigeria

JOS, Nigeria (Morning Star News) – Hundreds of family members and sympathizers on Saturday (April 27) attended a funeral in northeastern Nigeria for eight...

Sudan’s Christian Schools Allowed to Follow Christian Week

04/29/2019 Sudan (International Christian Concern) – On Wednesday, the new military council in Sudan, ruled that Christian Schools are allowed to follow the traditional...

The testimony: “I saw a strong angel protecting me in the car accident!”

On May 6, 2017, it was around 7:30 P.M. on Saturday. I was on the way home on foot. I was walking...

Peacemakers at work in Sri Lanka

In the wake of the Easter Sunday terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka, the Omnia Institute for Contextual Leadership, based in Chicago, lifted...

Agreement allows Protestants access to water and electricity

An agreement has been reached in Chiquinivalvo, Chiapas state, permitting 12 Protestant Christians to receive basic services, after access was denied following...

Christianity Grows in China Despite Persecution

04/29/2019 China (International Christian Concern) – China is historically known for its animosity towards Christianity. Because Christianity teaches freedom of choice and responsibility,...

Four Christians, including U.S. Woman, Arrested from Hotel in Nepal

NEW DELHI (Morning Star News) – Police in Nepal arrested four Christians from a hotel, including a woman from the United States, early...
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WCC opens applications for seminar in Tonga on transformative masculinity and femininity

Applications are open to young people for participation in a June 2020 World Council of Churches (WCC) Ecumenical Continuing Formation seminar. To...

Catholics leaders in US call for nationwide limit on payday loan interest

Catholics in the US are pushing for a national, bipartisan bill that would limit the interest rate on payday and car title...

Five million people march against persecution of Christians by Islamist extremists in Nigeria

Five million people took part in protest marches across Nigeria on Sunday 2 February against the murder of Pastor Lawan Andimi by Boko Haram, and the...