Aaron J. Leichman
Over two dozen Christian leaders are urging U.S. President Barack Obama and negotiators to continue their efforts in helping leaders of the State of Israel and the Palestinian Authority reach a peace agreement.
International Christian relief organization Samaritan's Purse has chartered a Boeing 747 cargo jet to airlift some 90 tons of relief and medical supplies from the United States to North Korea in response to the massive flooding there.
An aid worker for Christian relief organization Samaritan's Purse was released Monday after being held hostage for 105 days in Sudan.
People around the world marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mother Teresa last week in honor of the selfless nun who dedicated her life to serving the sick and poor in India.
Aijalon Mahli Gomes, the American who was held for seven months in North Korea, arrived home Friday after former President Jimmy Carter flew to the reclusive nation to secure his release.
Five years after Hurricanes Katrina devastated New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, survivors and those working on their behalf say work is far from finished.
The picture that Christian relief groups have been painting of southern Pakistan following the region’s massive flooding has been bleak with at least one describing the needs there as “huge.”
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter won’t be returning home from North Korea on Thursday as planned but has instead extended his stay in the reclusive rogue nation.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was expected to arrive in North Korea’s capital city as early as Tuesday to negotiate the release of a U.S. citizen who has been detained since January of this year.
Two Somali Muslim men attacked a well-known Somali church leader in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa over the weekend, according to a Washington-based Christian human rights group.
The average salary for the chief executive officer of a large charity in America increased last year, with education-related charities seeing the biggest boosts and religious charities seeing the smallest, according to a new study by Charity Navigator.
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom is applauding the U.S. Senate for its adoption of a resolution that focuses on the perilous status of religious minorities in Iraq.
While the dispute over the proposed Cordoba House near New York City’s Ground Zero has been highly publicized over the past few months, less known is the debate over Spain’s Cordoba Cathedral, which was formerly the Great Mosque of Cordoba.
The international community has so far committed close to $229.5 million in support and another $142 million in additional pledges for responses to Pakistan’s devastating flooding disaster.
A team sent by the U.S. State Department to visit North Korea last week tried to free an American jailed there but was not granted permission to do so, department spokesman P.J. Crowley reported Monday.