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Stoyan Zaimov / Christian Post Reporter
Wycliffe Associates, a Bible-translation nonprofit that's sharing the Gospel with people who live in the most remote regions in the world, has said it will carry on its work despite the extreme dangers its workers face, including a violent attack ear..
Groups of hundreds of Chinese officers sent by the Communist Party demolished over a dozen church crosses in China's coastal Zhejiang province this past week, leading to confrontations with protesters, some of whom were beaten and bloodied.
Pakistani Christians to Protest Easter Bombing: Gov't Must Crack Down on Islamic Extremism; Reform Education System
The British Pakistani Christian Association, one of the groups helping victims of the Easter suicide bombing in Lahore, Pakistan, are organizing a protest in London calling on world governments to stand up for religious minorities and protect innocen..
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has turned away from his pledge to support the eventual GOP nominee for president, while his rivals, Ted Cruz and John Kasich, all suggested they would strongly have to consider such support as well.
Pakistani Christian families are burying their deceased children following the deadly suicide bomb attack on Easter Sunday at a park in Lahore, which killed close to 72 people, mostly women and children.
Lakewood Church Pastor Joel Osteen says he isn't cheating anyone by not talking about Hell and repentance, insisting that people feel guilty enough already, and he wants to lift up believers instead of bringing them down.
The Rev. Franklin Graham is responding to the news that Islamic terrorists killed 70 Pakistani Christians, mostly women and children, on Easter Sunday in Lahore by stating that the world will not bow down to Islam; but instead "every knee" will bow t..
At least 70 people, mostly Christians and children, have been killed in a mass suicide attack in Lahore, Pakistan, on Easter Sunday, with the Jamaat-ul-Ahrar terror group claiming responsibility and admitting it targeted Christians.
Creationist Ken Ham has argued that the foundation of Christian faith rests in a literal interpretation of the creation account in the Bible, as found in Genesis 1-11, stating that Christian leaders who do not interpret it literally are leading peopl..