Workers trying to stop radioactive water at the Fukushima Daichi power plant in Japan from leaking into the ocean on Sunday failed in their attempt to use absorbent polymer to plug the crack in a storage bin.
As radioactive water leaks from a quake-damaged power plant off the coast of Japan, a local congregation attempts to make sense of the disaster.
Evangelicals expressed dismay over the deaths of United Nations workers in Afghanistan, who were killed in retaliation for last month's burning of a Quran by a fringe Florida pastor.
At least seven foreign workers have died after hundreds of angry protesters stormed a United Nation's building in Afghanistan Friday in retaliation against the burning of a Quran by a fringe American pastor in Florida last month.
Vietnam's communist government continues committing gross acts of repression against indigenous Christian minorities living in the country's Central Highlands, Human Rights Watch (HRW) reported Thursday.
American evangelist Luis Palau will return to Vietnam this spring about a year after participating in a historic gathering with more than 500 Vietnamese pastors.
A long-time aviation missions organization announced Tuesday that it will purchase two new aircrafts using the generous donations of two anonymous donors.
An Afghan Christian convert remains in jail awaiting the death sentence that an apostate is likely to receive under Afghanistan's apostasy law. Just a month prior, fellow Christian believer Said Musa was granted religious asylum in Europe.
A U.N. human rights agency has demanded that the Chinese government release Christian lawyer Gao Zhisheng, who has gone missing for nearly a year.
U.S. President Barack Obama pointed to humanitarian concerns in defense of his decision to support military action in Libya during a televised speech at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C. on Monday evening.
Christian political dissident Liu Xianbin received a ten year prison sentence Friday after being tried for treason in The People's Court of Suining in China's south-central province of Sichuan.
Fear persists among Egypt's minority Coptic community despite hope among the rest of the population of greater freedom after the successful referendum to amend the constitution.
South Dakota's governor signed into law the nation's longest abortion waiting period, 72 hours, on Tuesday.
Two Indian workers were arrested in Saudi Arabia recently on charges of proselytizing and sentenced to 45 days in prison.
Filming for the J.R.R. Tolkien-classic, The Hobbit, is under way at Stone Street Studios in Wellington, New Zealand after months of setbacks that delayed production.
A powerful senior Yemeni general defected Monday and joined protesters in calling for the removal of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh. The change in loyalty by the military leader is a huge blow to Saleh, who has recently also lost the support of key diplomats, ministers, religious and tribal leaders in Yemen.
Forces loyal to the Gaddafi regime pulled back from Benghazi after rebels, emboldened by an international show of force to enforce a U.N. approved no-fly zone, launched a counter-attack on Monday.
Japan halted the sale of produce from two prefectures near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant on Sunday after radiation higher than government-accepted standards were discovered in milk and spinach.
As allied aircraft pounded Libyan forces on the ground, Muammar al-Gaddafi promised a protracted "war" with the coalition that includes France, Britain, the U.S. and Arab league nations.
Bombs and missiles fell on Libya, Saturday, as planes and ships from the U.S., Britain and France pounded pro-Gadhafi forces, which had attacked rebel positions in violation of the ceasefire agreement.
Survivors in Sendai, one the hardest hit towns of Japan's deadly quake and tsunami, will soon receive desperately needed relief as over 90 tons of aid from Samaritan's Purse makes its way from an aircraft that landed in Yokoto Saturday.
Muammar al-Gaddafi announced an immediate ceasefire Friday after the United Nations Security Council authorized a no-fly zone in Libya in an effort to quell the conflict between rebels and the government that has left hundreds if not thousands of people dead.
Former National Football League star, Brent Jones, will speak before Silicon Valley's top business leaders at a conference promoting Christian principles in the marketplace.
Three days after a tsunami tore through Japan's Miyagi prefecture, American missionary Philip Foxwell drove a truck into the disaster zone to access the damage. Having grown up in Japan, Foxwell had childhood friends amongst local residents – whom he feared had died.