A young Yazidi woman, who has been testifying before the world of her brutal treatment at the hands of the Islamic State terror group, said she was raped by 12 radicals in total, but noted that parts of the ordeal are so painful they can't even be talked about.
Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church in California will be speaking at an event Thursday night following the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., and says he believes the annual event is particularly important this year as America has become divided following the presidential election.
Some members of the Pakistani government are saying they don't believe Christian minorities are being targeted by the country's controversial blasphemy laws despite numerous instances of Christians being beaten, lynched, and even burned alive in mob attacks.
Christian child sponsorship organization Compassion International could be forced to leave India and the 147,000 children it helps there by March after the government blocked funding from outside the subcontinent.
Scientists claimed to have discovered the earliest known human ancestor, in the face of a 540-million-year-old microscopic sea animal, which they said was part of the long evolutionary path that led to fish to mammals and humans.
At least 900 Christian churches have been destroyed at the hands of Boko Haram in northern Nigeria, as part of the Islamic radical group's campaign to drive out all Christians from the north, the youth wing of the Christian Association of Nigeria reported.
Pastor Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, has come out in defense of President Donald Trump's executive order that places a temporary halt on refugees from seven countries entering the U.S.
Is Donald Trump specifically named in the New Testament prophecies about the end times? Some are speculating that the new U.S. president is "the last trump" that is mentioned in the Bible and that his geopolitical moves are heralding the end times. But one biblical expert says not so fast.
One of the largest Christian persecution watchdog groups in the world is speaking out against President Donald Trump's executive order that prioritizes Christian refugees entering the U.S. by warning that such "cherry-picking" only fuels global persecution.
Christians facing extreme dangers and slaughter at the hands of Islamic radicals, such as the Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria, have been urged by a prominent bishop and Christian leader to "buy a sword and defend themselves."
Several evangelical groups have spoken out against an executive order by President Donald Trump, which has not yet been signed but is set to temporarily block refugees from coming to America, and halt visas for select Muslim-majority Middle Eastern and African countries.
The National Religious Campaign Against Torture has called news that President Donald Trump is considering bringing back waterboarding and "black site" prisons for terror threats "quite disturbing," arguing that the U.S. should not engage in practices it would not want its own citizens subjected to.
A 7-year-old Syrian girl from Aleppo has written an open letter to President Donald Trump in which she begs his administration to help children like her who are trapped in the midst of the country's civil war.
Controversial Bishop Eddie Long of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, who died earlier this month, has been declared "a person of magnanimous strengths with an unimpeachable reputation for integrity, intelligence, confidence, and kindness" in a resolution passed by the Georgia Senate on Tuesday.
Former governor of Arkansas and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is responding to Saturday's global Women's March by questioning how groups plan on "spreading love" by dressing as women's genitals and expressing "unfocused rage" at Democrat Hillary Clinton's election loss.
Conservative Christian brothers Jason and David Benham marched on Monday as part of the Georgia Right to Life rally, one day after the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in the U.S., defending what they say is the "truth of Jesus Christ."