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Pastor Max Lucado, a best-selling author and minister at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas, explained that he is speaking out against Donald Trump, because he believes the Republican presidential candidate is giving Christians a bad name.
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Following his visit to Liberty University last week, Pastor Saeed Abedini says what American Christians might be lacking is "true revival," noting that their Iranian counterparts are praying five hours a day and are always trying to evangelize.
A missionary project leader who works on the front-lines in Africa credits rapid advances in technology and communication for changing the way the Gospel is shared with unreached people, but fears terrorism is becoming a rising obstacle for Christian..
Larycia Hawkins, the former political science professor at Wheaton College who left the school after a controversy erupted from her suggesting that Christians and Muslims worship the same God, has been given a new position at The University of Virgin..
Pastor Saeed Abedini, who was held captive in an Iranian prison for three and a half years because of his Christian faith, says he witnessed some Christian prisoners turn to Islam to better their situation, while others refused to convert.
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Conservative Christians in America are going to be facing a "fundamental rethinking" about the government if the choice for president in November is between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, a Southern Baptist leader warned.
All major Christian groups in Nigeria, including Roman Catholics, Protestants, and Pentecostals are coming together as part of a campaign recognizing that divisions among them will only increase Boko Haram's attacks throughout the country.
The Chinese government has reportedly continued tightening its grip on Christianity, influencing the nation's two government-controlled Catholic organizations to agree to ordain bishops "under the leadership of the government."
Pastor Kong Hee of Singapore's City Harvest Church has continued his tour around Southeast Asia, focusing this week on Indonesia, the largest Muslim nation in the world, which he called a "big harvest field" for Christianity.