Five years after Hurricanes Katrina devastated New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, survivors and those working on their behalf say work is far from finished.
The picture that Christian relief groups have been painting of southern Pakistan following the region's massive flooding has been bleak with at least one describing the needs there as "huge."
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter won't be returning home from North Korea on Thursday as planned but has instead extended his stay in the reclusive rogue nation.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was expected to arrive in North Korea's capital city as early as Tuesday to negotiate the release of a U.S. citizen who has been detained since January of this year.
Two Somali Muslim men attacked a well-known Somali church leader in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa over the weekend, according to a Washington-based Christian human rights group.
The average salary for the chief executive officer of a large charity in America increased last year, with education-related charities seeing the biggest boosts and religious charities seeing the smallest, according to a new study by Charity Navigator.
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom is applauding the U.S. Senate for its adoption of a resolution that focuses on the perilous status of religious minorities in Iraq.
While the dispute over the proposed Cordoba House near New York City's Ground Zero has been highly publicized over the past few months, less known is the debate over Spain's Cordoba Cathedral, which was formerly the Great Mosque of Cordoba.
The international community has so far committed close to $229.5 million in support and another $142 million in additional pledges for responses to Pakistan's devastating flooding disaster.
A team sent by the U.S. State Department to visit North Korea last week tried to free an American jailed there but was not granted permission to do so, department spokesman P.J. Crowley reported Monday.
Christians worldwide are being called upon to pray for aid workers in Afghanistan following the murder of ten members of a medical team last week.
Hundreds rallied in Indonesia's capital city, Jakarta, on Sunday, urging President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to stop attacks by radical Islamists on Christian churches.
Turkey allowed Christians to hold a rare service at a politically sensitive monastery for the first time since the modern-day country's creation nearly nine decades ago.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton expressed "deep concern" on Thursday over the continued persecution of religious minority communities in Iran by the national government.
The Three-Self Movement of the Protestant Churches in China (TSPM) and the China Christian Council (CCC) are rallying prayers for the victims of the recent deadly landslides in northwestern China.
An Ohio judge released a runaway Christian teenager from state custody on Tuesday, her 18th birthday, effectively putting an end to a legal battle between her and her Muslim parents.
Thousands of protesters gathered outside Poland's Presidential Palace in Warsaw Monday night to rally against the memorial cross that stands there in honor of the country's late president, Lech Kaczynski, who died in an airplane crash four months ago.
Organizations around the world have condemned the killing of ten medical workers who were serving the poor in the north-eastern Afghan province of Badakhshan.
Unrelenting downpours, fresh floods and landslides are hampering efforts to provide urgently needed food to millions of people displaced or stranded by floods across Pakistan, reports Christian relief group World Vision.
The ten bodies recovered Friday in a remote area of Badakhshan province in northern Afghanistan are "likely" those of ten medical team members, reported the head of a Kabul-based Christian charity on Saturday.
Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill is urging Christians to pray for rain as wildfires continue to spread in parts of Russia.
Regent University's eighth president officially took the helm on Sunday – nine months after a half-year national search concluded with his appointment.
A Christian aid agency that has been working in Niger since 1995 says the current food shortage in the West African country is the worst they've seen since the 2005 food crisis.
The implications of last month's civil conflict in Kyrgyzstan are still experienced by the communities and humanitarian organizations alike, reported a faith-based non-profit working in the Turkic state.
The leader of the World Council of Churches is urging Pakistan's president and prime minister to initiate measures toward the repeal of their controversial blasphemy laws, which critics say are often abused by extremists.