From the Christian film producing brothers behind "Facing the Giants" and "Fireproof," comes a new prayer strengthening book, "The Battle Plan for Prayer," inspired by their upcoming film to be released later this month.
9-Y-O ISIS Sex Slaves Reveal Brutal Ritualistic Rapes, Barbaric Treatment of Girls Sold at Sex Slave Market (Interview)
Dozens of Yazidi sex slave survivors, including 9-year-old girls, were rescued this week from Islamic State following months of brutal rape and torture by their "owners" and other Jihadi soldiers who purchased them at an IS slave market.
One of the lead actresses in the soon-to-be-released film "War Room," has written an accompanying book, "Fervent: A Woman's Battle Plan to Serious, Specific and Strategic Prayer," guiding readers how to use prayer as a weapon to fight against ungodly spiritual attacks in every area of their life.
Thousands of young female soldiers have taken up arms in recent months in the fight against Islamic State as the terror group attempts to expand across Syria and Iraq, killing and enslaving thousands of women and children in its path.
Women living in Saudi Arabia will make history later this year when for the first time they'll be allowed to vote.
Pope Francis Calls Rejection of Migrants Fleeing Violence 'an Act of War,' Amid Discovery of Dead Bodies at Sea
Pope Francis has called on world powers to take action and help migrants who are fleeing violence and seeking refuge in Europe and the U.K. The pontiff made his call to action as part of a speech in which he condemned governments that refuse to accept the refugees into their countries and provide them with assistance and shelter, saying their actions are nothing short of a "crime."
Kidnapped Priest Killed, Chopped Up by ISIS as 'Christians Become a Form of Currency' in Mid-East War, Says Aid to the Church in Need
Hundreds of kidnapped Arab Christians have been ransomed, tortured, beheaded and killed over the past year, including a priest who was chopped into pieces, in attempts to raise funds for radical Islamic terror groups and to strike fear into the hearts of Christians across the Middle East and throughout the world.
A Sydney-based evangelist as well as the bipartisan U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, both recently condemned the crackdown on Christians under Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who had promised better treatment of religious minorities before taking office, and called for the release of prisoners of conscience, including Iranian American pastor Saeed Abedini.
Thousands of displaced Arab refugees, including a large number of Christians and Yazidis, are continuing to flee Iraq following the Islamic State's mass execution of around 2,000 Iraqis in the city of Nineveh — followed by a series of car bombs in Baghdad on Monday — resulting in dozens of causalities, according to Reuters.
Millions of Muslims around the world are insisting that Islamic State extremists don't speak for Islam, including American Muslim activist Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, president of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy.
Some of the most influential Christian leaders in the Middle East convened in Syria in late July to urge world leaders to support the persecuted Christian community, crying out for help to remain in the land "watered by the sweat of our fathers."
Twelve of the 28 Iraqi Christians who fled Islamic State violence and were detained at the Mexican border while trying to enter the U.S., will face deportation after being held for months at a San Diego detention center.
Chinese Christians recently took to the streets in the southeastern city of Wenzhou – also known as China's Jerusalem – to protest against the removal of church crosses in what they describe as "an evil" government campaign where some 1,200 cross have already been removed from public buildings.
Thousands of people are being transformed by Jesus Christ in the Arab world, as the Gospel breaks new ground in a region hostile to its message and its missionaries.
US Homeland Security chief recently revealed that the government tactically made the decision to call Islamist terror attacks "violent extremism," avoiding the term "Islamic" or similar wording that would point to religious motivations in an effort to build bridges with the Muslim community.
A small relief center tucked away in Lebanon's bustling city of Beirut continues to offer hope and humanitarian relief for Syrian refugees seeking shelter, safety and food.
Saudi Arabia Pushes for Global Anti-Blasphemy Law to Criminalize Speech Against 'Prophets and Holy Books'
Saudi Arabia is calling on every nation to implement a global blasphemy law to criminalize any act that defames religious beliefs and symbols of faith.
As the sun sets in New York, Manhattan's 23 million population drops to around 7 million as people head back home from work. For the city's homeless, however, it's a rush to find a shelter or safe home that can take them in for the night.
Israeli police say they've caught two men believed to be behind the arson attack on the historic church of Loaves and Fishes in Israel earlier this month.
A 21-year-old French woman was allegedly attacked by a group of Islamist women for wearing a bikini in a public park in France.
The Islamic State is threatening to behead America's Statue of Liberty and even published a picture depicting a headless Lady Liberty holding their black flag of terror on Twitter.
The nuclear deal negotiated in Vienna between Iran and the world's six leading powers plus the European Union may be the only solution apart from war, according to one national security analyst.
A new anti-hate speech law that aims to combat terrorism and protect minority groups such as Christians, was issued in the United Arab Emirates this week in a bid to send a message to radical groups such as Islamic State that the UAE stands for peace and tolerance.
The Islamic State's limitless brutality is known far and wide, with thousands of survivors reporting cases of mass murders, rape and the sexual enslavement of women and children. Now new reports reveal that the radical movement has reached a new low – targeting disabled people.