Supermarket giant Lidl has once again been accused of airbrushing Christian crosses out of promotional images, this time concerning the Church of Sant'Antonio Abate in the village of Dolceacqua, Italy, which has led to fresh calls for a boycott.
German author and Catholic priest Andreas Knapp traveled to Iraq where he heard about a young boy who was brutally killed simply for his cross necklace. In his book, he describes other accounts of children being shot and Christian girls being raped by dozens of men.
Evangelist Franklin Graham has revealed that his father, world-renowned North Carolina preacher Billy Graham, has one Bible verse displayed in large letters all around his house, and he calls it his "life verse."
A Coptic priest said God "chose the right time" for the remains of the 21 Christians who were beheaded by the Islamic State terror group in Libya to be recovered, as families are planning their funeral.
The mass trials of over 6,600 suspects believed to be members of Islamic radical group Boko Haram have begun in Nigeria, and are being carried out in secret by civilian court judges at a military facility in Kainji town.
A Christian mother from Eritrea, one of the most repressive countries in the world, has opened up about the challenge of teaching her children in the faith while warning them to keep it a secret from authorities.
The Anglican Diocese of Sydney has announced a donation of $780,000 (A$1 million) to defend traditional marriage in the midst of a postal ballot vote on the legalization of same-sex marriage, warning of "irreparable consequences" for society.
An Oxford University student union reportedly barred the Christian Union from setting up a stall at a college freshers' fair, with a representative calling Christianity "an excuse for homophobia and neo-colonialism."
As American Pastor Andrew Brunson marks a full year in prison in Turkey for his Christian faith, an American law firm is declaring that he has become a "hostage" following the latest developments from President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
The Rev. Franklin Graham praised Vice President Mike Pence for walking out of the Indianapolis Colts vs. San Francisco 49ers NFL game in Indiana on Sunday to protest players choosing to kneel while the U.S. anthem played.
The nonprofit law firm backing Jack Phillips, the Christian baker at the center of what has been described as "one of the most important U.S. Supreme Court cases of our lifetimes," has revealed that oral hearings are set for December.
A group of diverse evangelical leaders, as well as conservative and progressive Latino Christians, are all calling on Congress and the U.S. government not to punish close to 800,000 "Dreamer" immigrants with deportations.
The Islamic State terror group has continued insisting in various interviews and statements that Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock was radicalized and became one of its soldiers, despite FBI reports skeptical of such a link.
A North Korean defector opened up about the underground church he led and the secretive life he and other Christians had there. He also revealed that despite being offered freedom for renouncing their religion, believers in the notorious prison camps refuse to do so.
Former NewSpring Church pastor Perry Noble admitted in a frank Facebook post that there are days when he struggles with severe self-worthlessness, given the issues in his life. But he revealed that it is Jesus' words that help him pull through.
Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee has joined the My Faith Votes initiative as honorary national chairman, and warned that unless Christians step up and vote, America could be facing an "irreversible" decline.
A Georgia judge ruled Monday in favor of a man who in 2014 raised his middle finger at a pastor inside a church and shouted about Satan's influence over public schools, arguing that the behavior counts as protected free speech under the First Amendment.