Churches work to heal the wounds of Brazil’s deadliest environmental disaster

One month after a dam near an iron ore mine in Brumadinho, Brazil, burst its barrier, flooding another dam down below, churches...

Michel Sidibé: Role of faith-based organizations critical for fighting HIV

In remarks during a workshop on HIV among migrants and refugees, UNAIDS executive director Michel Sidibé spoke of the challenge of HIV...

On the journey to HIV – bridging gaps, debunking myths

Ours is a world of migration. Yet myths and mystification persist in our understanding of the journey – particularly when it comes...

Agreement works toward food security in South Sudan

The South Sudan Council of Churches, United Nations World Food Programme, and UNICEF have signed an agreement to work in partnership towards...

More Than 2,200 Churches Unite on Cote d’Ivoire Festival with Andrew Palau in Abidjan

More than 50,000 people in West Africa gathered this past weekend (Feb. 15-17, 2019) in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire for a 3-day evangelistic...

New Project Challenges Churches to Rediscover the Power of Psalms in Congregational Worship

Keith & Kristyn Getty announce their latest live album Sing!: Psalms: Ancient + Modern featuring a host of special guests and capturing the unique...

Why We Are Returning to a Hymnal

Over the last couple of years, I have written on the subject of singing and the importance of corporate worship through song. As it...

Manmin Central Church named its 10 major events of 2018

Manmin Central Church had its foundation service in 1982. Since then it has now grown to become a mega-sized global church with...

More than 2,000 Churches Join for Major Evangelistic Festival in West Africa

For the past three years, the Luis Palau Association and several partner ministries have been working with church leaders in Côte d'Ivoire...

ICC Brings Hope to India Through Bibles and Bikes

02/09/2019 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – For many years, ICC has reported on the enduring faith of those will­ing to proclaim the...
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The nine most common low attendance days in churches

Church leaders have pretty clear perspectives about low attendance days. They know when to expect them. Some are common...

WCC expresses sadness, solidarity after Notre Dame fire

After a large fire broke out on 15 April at the Notre Dame cathedral, World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev....

Chinese Government Hires Informants to Spy on Churches

04/21/2019 China (International Christian Concern) – The Chinese government is hiring citizens to monitor churches and their activities by offering these informants stipends,...