A government crackdown that watchdog groups are calling a "purge against Christians" is reportedly underway in Zhejiang province in Eastern China, with all religious meetings banned, and parents told to renounce their faith in Jesus Christ.
Coptic Christians in Egypt enter into this year's Islamic celebrations of Ramadan under intense pressure, a persecution watchdog group has said, but they are showing their faith in Jesus by continuing a centuries-old tattoo tradition.
U.S. President Donald Trump touched upon some of the significant aspects of the Islamic faith in an official White House statement recognizing the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, saying that Muslims can show others how to live a "holy life."
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has slammed accusations spread on social media that she is a lesbian and once lived with her girlfriend, insisting that they are lies and that she lives her life according to the Bible.
An evangelical ministry has said that in the midst of all the turmoil surrounding Jerusalem and Gaza, a dwindling number of Palestinian Christians are fighting to survive in the land where Jesus Christ was born and sacrificed Himself for the world.
Pastor J.D. Greear of Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, has had to defend his complementarian view of gender that women and men have equal but separate roles in the church and family, after some likened his view to Jim Crow laws.
The bodies of 20 Coptic Christians who were beheaded by Islamic State terror group militants in February 2015 were finally laid to rest in Egypt's Minya province, more than three years after they were kidnapped.
The Rev. Franklin Graham has made note of prophecy surrounding the return of Jesus Christ as Christians and Jews mark the 70th anniversary of the establishment of Israel and the U.S. embassy's official opening in Jerusalem.
Former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney has condemned First Baptist Dallas Pastor Robert Jeffress for his past comments on Jews, Mormons, Muslims, and Hell, arguing that he is a "religious bigot" who should not be delivering a prayer at the new American embassy in Jerusalem.
At least 18 people have been killed in Indonesia following a spate of suicide bombings which targeted three churches and government buildings. The Islamic State have claimed responsibly, crediting the attack to a family of bombers, which includes children.
Pastor Paula White, who serves as Donald Trump's spiritual adviser, has identified what she called one of the president's "most important executive orders" that she says has received little attention from the American public.
A 16-year-old girl in the Middle East who became furious that her mother left the family's Islamic faith to be become a Christian, and sought to disown her, has now decided to follow Jesus herself after watching a ministry's videos.
Tim Farron, the former leader of the Liberal Democrats in the U.K. who left the party over his Christian beliefs, has now pulled out of a conference in Manchester because the event's promotional materials warn against a "gay lobby" and "assaults on Christian teachings."
A Baptist pastor and founder of the G3 Conference believes there are three main types of pastors who hinder, rather than help the Christian church. He recently outlined the characteristics of pastors that believers should be wary of.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, who is the leader of the Anglican communion, urged people to stop "wandering away" from Jesus Christ as he launched the Thy Kingdom Come initiative, which Christians around the world are joining.
The three American Christians released this week from prison in North Korea have arrived back in the United States, touching down at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland early Thursday, with President Donald Trump first to welcome them.