Students for Life of America captured on video students erasing their pro-life messages at Western Washington University. The pro-choice students justified their actions by saying they wanted to save people from having their feelings hurt.
The Honduran father of a little girl pictured crying at the U.S. border with Mexico, which Time magazine and other publications have used to portray the outrage of separating families, and a Facebook campaign raised $18 million regarding, has said that the presented context of the photo is false, in the sense that the girl was never separated from her mother.
Millions around the world witnessed a rare image on Monday at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, when Belgium player Romelu Lukaku, a Roman Catholic and one of the biggest soccer stars in the world, joined in prayers on the field with his evangelical counterpart from Panama, Fidel Escobar.
Jordan Peterson, the Canadian psychologist, author, and free-speech advocate, has warned Canadian Christians that they must make a "great leap forward" because religious freedom in the country is set to get "a lot worse."
Anglican evangelist Rico Tice of All Souls Church in London said he quit the Archbishop of Canterbury's task force on evangelism because he could not submit to the leadership of a bishop who affirmed same-sex relationships.
A 22-year-old Bible school student from India shared details of a violent attack where she and her mother were dragged and beaten by fellow villagers for their faith. During the assault, she said that she held on to her Bible but it was yanked away.
Theodore McCarrick, cardinal archbishop emeritus in Washington, D.C., has been told by the Vatican he can no longer practice his priestly ministry after claims that he sexually abused a teenager 50 years ago were found to be credible.
A major Catholic synod on youth, set for October, will tackle several controversial social issues affecting young believers around the world, including how to minister to people in gay relationships who want closeness to the Church.
William Paul Young, the author behind the faith-based bestseller The Shack, later turned into a movie in 2017, has addressed one of the main controversies behind his book, by disputing the Christian mainstream view that those who die without knowing Jesus Christ cannot achieve salvation.
The United States government has announced through Nikki Haley, its ambassador to the United Nations, that it is withdrawing from the latter's Human Rights Council body, calling it a "cesspool of bias" that fails to advocate for human rights.
End Times pastor and televangelist Perry Stone of Voice of Evangelism, Tennessee, recently claimed that world leaders, particularly in Europe, have not only abandoned their Christian background, but actively pray to Satan.
Old Earth Creationist and Christian astronomer Hugh Ross has argued that a new scientific study into the stages of Earth's formation aligns with the creation story in Genesis in the Bible, particularly when it comes to day four and the light in the sky.
Christians in Nigeria are outraged that while five men were sentenced to death last week for the killing of a Muslim Fulani herdsmen, not a single Fulani has received a similar sentence for the deaths of hundreds, if not thousands, of Christians.
A woman dressed in a black veil shouting "Allahu akbar," or "God is great" in Arabic, injured two people with a box cutter in southern France on Sunday. The woman was arrested, with a prosecutor suggesting she has "psychiatric issues."
Spanish television authorities have fined the U.K. Christian broadcasting channel Revelation TV amid claims of "homophobia," because an evangelical pastor advised that parents of children struggling with gender identity issues not fall prey to social engineering.
Major U.S. politicians from both sides of the aisle took part in the 2018 National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast & Conference, which took place over three days in Washington, D.C., and culminated on Thursday.