Indonesian Muslims Remove the Cross from Deceased Catholic’s Tomb

In Muslim majority community Purbayan, the top of a cross on a deceased Catholic’s tomb was cut off by local Muslims, while the mourners...

Christian Pastor in Sri Lanka Abducted and Tortured by Unknown Assailants

According to a report by the National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka (NCEASL), a Christian pastor was abducted and tortured by unknown assailants...

Amnesty International Calls out Nigerian Government for Incompetency

Amnesty International has claimed that the farmer-herder conflict in Nigeria, has only been exacerbated by continued incompetency and inaction by the government. They believe...

Crackdown on Sichuan Church Continues, Members Closely Monitored by Police

A week after the 1209 crackdown on Autumn Rain Covenant Church in Sichuan, local authorities continue to impede church members from gathering or having...

Christian Mother, Pastor Face Death Threats in Uganda

Shakira Wanyenze, a 31-year-old Muslim woman, had no idea that missing a ride back to her town in eastern Uganda from Kampala would change...

Quetta’s Christians Remember Those Lost in Last Year’s Church Bombing

One year ago, the Christian community of Quetta was devastated by a terrorist attack. On Sunday, December 17, 2017, two militants carrying guns and...

Coptic Solidarity Presses for Urgent Protection of Egypt’s Imperiled Coptic Christians

Coptic Solidarity urgently calls on the US Department of State and legislators to publicly condemn the rash of fatal attacks and collective punishment inflicted...

Major Guangzhou House Church Shut Down by Authorities

International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on the morning of December 15, more than 100 police and government officials raided a children’s Bible...

Early Rain pastor accused of inciting subversion

Twelve members of Early Rain Church remain in detention following a spate of arrests beginning on 9 December. The number includes Pastor Wang Yi...

Boko Haram Kills 12 More Soldiers in Gudumbali, Nigeria

12 soldiers were killed yesterday in Northeast Nigeria, during another attack by Boko Haram. Several Dozen others are still missing. This is just another...
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The testimony: “I used to take piles of medicines since birth, but not anymore!”

Since I came to Manmin Church, I’ve been very healthy even at the age of 72. I was born a premature baby....

WCC Executive Committee addresses global concerns, sets vision for “one human family”

The World Council of Churches (WCC) Executive Committee met from 20-26 November at the Bossey Ecumenical Institute, to approve the 2020 programme plans...

Advent advice from Pope Francis: Choose prayer and charity over consumerism

This Advent, choose prayer and charity over consumerism, Pope Francis said Sunday in his first Mass of the liturgical year.