This year marks the most violence against the Christian community leading up to the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church in the past seven years, said an advocate for persecuted Christians.
Outreach in the electronic world is needed as people become increasingly dependent on technology to communicate, said Christian thinkers at a conference focused on the subject this week.
The Bible is jam-packed with action, villains and heroes – perfect ingredients for a manga action series, said the publisher of a Christian manga company.
Some 1,200 wives of soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, and guardsmen are gathering in Dallas beginning Thursday, Veterans Day, for a ministry event that seeks to encourage and refresh them through the word of God.
Most of the requests for the military version of a popular audio Bible on an MP3 stick is coming from Afghanistan, said a spokesperson for a ministry's Military BibleStick project on Wednesday.
Extremists are behind a "religion-cide" in Iraq, said a ministry leader Wednesday after receiving news that five more people were killed in Iraq's Christian neighborhoods.
Many prominent ministry leaders came out Tuesday in a webcast to endorse the new edition of Operation World and to call on Christians to pray for the nations.
An American pilot working for a missionary agency died Sunday in a swimming accident while trying to save teenagers swept away from shore in Indonesia.
The only authorized Bible-printing company in China marked the printing of its eighty-millionth Bible on Monday, the government's official press agency announced.
Nick Vujicic, a Christian motivational speaker, said he gave his life to Jesus Christ at the age of 15 when he read the story of the blind man and Jesus in John 9.
Hundreds of Christian-sponsored events nationwide will take place Sunday to draw attention to the half million children in the U.S. foster system today.
The contemporary church growth model can only reach a maximum of 40 percent of the American population, said a leading thinker in the missional movement on Thursday.
High-level Christian and Muslim leaders meeting in Geneva to build a "common future" together issued a joint statement Wednesday condemning the deadly attack against the Catholic church in downtown Baghdad.
Iraqi Christians are frustrated with the Iraqi government's inability to protect them, said the head of a ministry that supports persecuted Christians.
Evangelist Luis Palau and rescued miner Jose Henriquez, known as "the pastor" of the group of 33 trapped Chilean miners, spoke about the hope in Christ this past weekend at a festival in Chile.
There needs to be a clear distinction between true biblical prosperity and the gospel of materialism, said two African theologians who are experts in the area of prosperity gospel.
Shadia Qubti, a Christian Palestinian Israeli from Nazareth, and Dan Sered, a Messianic Jew from Israel, discussed how believers are helping to reconcile the opposing people groups
A gentle and calm spirit descended on the closing ceremony of The Third Lausanne Congress Sunday night as the 4,000 attendees soaked in the majestic music of the grand orchestra and choir and prepared their hearts to return to the mission field.
Women are powerful partners in the mission field and have proven to be effective church planters, according to a couple whose ministry has equipped hundreds of female Christian leaders.
Respected theologian Chris Wright gave a challenging critique Saturday of the evangelical movement when he said a disturbing number of its leaders are guilty of idolatry.
There is hope in Africa – a continent ravaged by conflicts, poverty and HIV/AIDS – because God is at work in this land, said African Christian leaders Friday at the Lausanne conference.
Hundreds of imams and mullahs from West Africa have been coming to Christ in the past decade and in turn sharing the Gospel with their peers, said a former Muslim who witnesses to Muslim scholars and clerics.
More than 25 percent of the ethnic groups (unreached people groups) in the world, or about two billion people, are not represented at the Lausanne Conference.
New York pastor Tim Keller awed the crowd Wednesday evening with his well thought-out argument on why churches around the world need to move into cities.
The Middle East, which has become almost synonymous with violence and Islam, is experiencing an unprecedented level of Muslims becoming followers of Jesus Christ, said Sam Yeghnazar, founder of Iran-focused Elam Ministries.