Over 1,000 Christians have been killed this year in Nigeria as attacks led by Fulani extremists continue to plague rural farming communities in the Middle Belt, according to an estimation published by the U.K.-based nongovernmental organization Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust.
Thousands are calling on the Hallmark Channel to keep the network free of LGBT Christmas content after the cable network was called out for not featuring any lead gay characters in any of their holiday programming.
A New Jersey-based nondenominational megachurch has helped to pack more than 1,000 food kits for less fortunate children living in the area.
So far, seven 2020 presidential candidates have responded to a request from 50 Christian leaders asking them to make a short video explaining what they would do as president to offer assistance and opportunities for those less fortunate around the world.
The strange revelation that the two shooters at the kosher deli in Jersey City were part of a group called the Black Hebrew Israelites have many wondering who these people are and why they hate the Jews.
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Nativity scenes are so commonplace in December, we can easily forget how much they confront our self-absorbed age.
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So, I’m sitting here watching with interest the Kanye West phenomena being played out on a national stage at Lakewood Church in Houston as he continues to proclaim his newly awakened faith in Christ.
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An advisor with the Department of Health and Human Services criticized the World Health Organization for what she says is the United Nations agency’s promotion of self-managed medical abortions in countries where abortion rights are restricted.
If you’re looking for a gift that will keep on giving this Christmas, global Christian humanitarian organization World Vision has something that will likely do just that and warm your heart in the process.
Sudan’s new Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok met with the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Thursday and assurances were made that the country that is ranked sixth-worst in the world for Christian persecution is working to improve liberty and human rights.