A British judge gave the parents of Charlie Gard until noon on Thursday to agree on arrangements for his death with the hospital caring for him. If no agreement is made, the baby would be transferred to a hospice where his ventilation tube would be removed.
A young Christian man in the Buddhist-majority nation of Laos said he was severely beaten by members of his own family because of his decision to choose to follow Jesus Christ.
An Anglican church in Canada has also been operating as a mosque in an effort to be more welcoming to Syrian refugees in the municipality of Leamington.
A report has detailed the horrific mass-scale gang-rapes, genital mutilations, and other violence that is gripping South Sudan in the midst of its civil war. Some badly traumatized victims say they have lost their faith as a result.
The number of gender-confused children in Scotland that have been sent to specialists has risen by almost 500 percent in four years.
The United States will give Lebanon an extra $140 million to help Syrian refugees and the communities hosting them, the State Department said during a U.S. state visit by Lebanon's Prime Minister.
Cathedral Shelters 2,000 Muslims in CAR; Conditions 'Deteriorating Dramatically' in Christian-Muslim War
A Roman Catholic Cathedral has been sheltering close to 2,000 Muslims taking refuge in the midst of the ongoing ethnic and religious war in the Central African Republic, with fears that conditions are "deteriorating dramatically."
A group of conservative Anglicans have written a letter on the growing divide in the Church of England on LGBT issues, warning of a coming rebellion in the face of what they called the "capitulation to secular values."
Former Pastor Helping Over 700 Cambodia Sex Trafficking Victims, 13-Y-O Girls Sold by Mothers for Rape
A former pastor in Cambodia says that his organization has helped over 700 sex trafficking victims, including 13-year-old girls who have been sold by their own mothers and raped.
Somali-based terror group al-Shabaab killed seven Christians in a series of deadly raids in Kenya earlier this month where the Islamic radicals went door-to-door in villages looking for believers.
A Yazidi girl who was 14-years-old when she was kidnapped by the Islamic State terror group in northern Iraq has said she was raped every day for six months by a radical she described as a "beast."
A persecution watchdog group has shared the story of a Muslim extremist who upon witnessing a church service led by Christians in war-torn Syria decided to abandon his radical lifestyle and turn to Jesus Christ.
Charlie Gard's parents have announced that they are halting their legal fight to get their terminally ill infant to the United States for possible treatment. Here are five reactions to the tragic news.
After Poland's former president and democracy icon Lech Walesa joined the ongoing protests over the governing party's plan to bring Poland's judicial system under its political control, President Andrzej Duda said he will block the proposed legislation.
Politicians in the U.K. are reportedly set to drop plans that would have allowed single-faith schools to remain as they are. Christian schools may soon be required to ensure that half of their students are from different religious backgrounds.
The parents of Charlie Gard dropped their legal battle to give the terminally ill British baby further treatment on Monday and will now hold discussions with his London hospital about how he should be allowed to die.
Tensions are mounting in the case of Charlie Gard, an 11-month old English baby with a rare mitochondrial disease, with protests occurring in London and hospital staff reporting violent threats. Advocates from all over the world are continuing to fight through various channels for the young boy's life.
Africa is facing yet another seemingly unprecedented crisis — a famine stretching from Somalia, to South Sudan, to Nigeria, in which 20 million people are at risk of starvation. When one hurts, we all hurt — and compassion fatigue is no excuse for looking away.
Israel has sent extra troops to the West Bank after at least seven people were killed in the worst Israeli-Palestinian violence in years. An Israeli security guard was also stabbed at the country's embassy in Jordan Sunday. The U.N. Security Council is holding an emergency session Monday.
A man who identifies as a woman and is serving a sentence for first-degree murder is now allowed to spend the rest of his life in a British Columbia women's prison.
The report of an independent review, fully accepted by Archbishop of Canterbury, suggests that the Church of England was advised by its insurers to withdraw emotional support and pastoral care for sex abuse victims.
Authorities in Iran are increasingly targeting Christian converts with arrests and imprisonments, according to the New York-based Center for Human Rights In Iran.
Four German women, including a 16-year-old girl, who joined Islamic State in recent years are being held in an Iraqi prison and receiving consular assistance, Der Spiegel magazine reported on Saturday.
Christian Clinic Saving Children's Lives in Niger Despite Efforts by Muslim Animists to Frighten Parents Away
An indigenous Christian clinic in Niger is saving children's lives despite local Muslim animists' attempts to frighten parents away from seeking life-saving medical treatment by threatening them with warnings that angry spirits are after them.
A new poll has found that one in four people in the United Kingdom believe that Jesus Christ, American civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and South African anti-apartheid revolutionary Nelson Mandela were "extreme."
Ram Nath Kovind, a low-caste politician backed by the ruling Hindu nationalist-led coalition, easily won India's presidential election on Thursday, tightening the government's hold on positions of power.
An eastern Chinese woman desperate to give her husband the son he always wanted, died after she was forced to undergo four abortions in the same year because her husband did not want a girl.
U.K. residents are signing onto a petition opposing the re-entry of Sally Jones, a former British punk rocker who left England in 2013 to join the Islamic State terror group in Syria.
Facebook has restored close to two dozen Roman Catholic Facebook pages it blocked earlier this week, and blamed a "spam detection tool" for the error.
Amnesty International's Turkey director, along with five other human rights workers, were handed down formal arrest orders by a Turkish court on Tuesday in what the watchdog group has called President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's "human rights meltdown."