An Eritrean Christian has opened up about the 13 years of suffering he underwent for his faith in prison, including being punished for months at a time in a confined cell where he could not even stretch his limbs. Despite the suffering, he refused time and time again to renounce his faith.
A new survey on the prayer habits of adults in the U.K. has found that just over half turn to prayer, including one in five of those who describe themselves as non-religious, particularly at a time of crisis.
Hate speech charges against two street preachers in the U.K. were recently dropped, following an incident in December when the men challenged an atheist's worldview and referred to the Bible when asked about homosexuality.
Limbless Evangelist Nick Vujicic: I'm Not an Atheist, I've Seen 10-Foot Tall Demons in My Hotel Room
Nick Vujicic, known as the "limbless evangelist," has said that one of the reasons why he is not an atheist is because he has seen things that science can't explain, such as 10-foot-tall demons in his hotel room.
Evangelicals in Bolivia are "deeply worried" about the country's new Penal Code, which they say could ban evangelism, and sentence so-called guilty parties with up to 12 years in prison.
An Indian pastor says he was attacked by Hindu extremists who dragged him out onto the streets, beat him, and threatened to kill him unless he renounced Jesus Christ for a Hindu monkey deity.
A Christian speaker and blogger behind a viral Facebook video, detailing how she left behind homosexuality, is expecting a baby with her husband. The ministry behind the video has, meanwhile, been responding to death threats as well as media accusations that the churchgoer has been "brainwashed."
The recent Hawaii missile scare should serve as a reminder to Christians everywhere that death might be just around the corner, said megachurch pastor Greg Laurie, who noted that the Bible offers two options for where people can end up, namely Heaven or Hell.
Roman Catholic Church representatives are warning that Belgium's controversial euthanasia law is being abused, with patients being killed without the proper legal checks.
A number of parents have spoken out against the Missouri Department of Mental Health's Missouri Student Survey, which was issued at school and asked their sixth grade children whether they feel like they were born in the wrong gender.
Three masked gunmen reportedly shot dead a Coptic Christian man in the latest attack on believers in Egypt's North Sinai. No group has claimed responsibility yet.
The Rev. Dr. William L. "Bill" Bennett, an evangelist and Baptist pastor behind the "Mentoring Men for the Master" ministry, has passed away. He was 93.
Three Nepalese Christians who shared Christian materials in Shahjahanpur city in India have been arrested and sent to jail after some locals accused them of spreading Christianity and insulting Hindu gods.
A prominent Baptist theologian has warned that congregations that do not have a physical pastor present during worship services and only watch video streams of pastors preaching, could be a sign of Gnosticism.
Several Christian politicians, authors, and ethicists have been speaking out against President Donald Trump choosing to describe some poverty-stricken nations as "s***hole countries," by pointing out that Jesus Christ himself came from an unglamorous town.
School Agrees to Pay $800,000 After Transgender Student Born Female Is Denied Use of Boys' Bathrooms
A school board in Wisconsin has agreed to pay $800,000 to settle a lawsuit in the case of a transgender former student born female who was initially denied the request to use boys' bathrooms.
The editor of the Burlington Free Press, Vermont's largest newspaper, was fired from his job after criticizing the state's move toward adding third gender options on driver's licenses, facetiously warning about society moving closer to "the apocalypse."
Christians in China Fear Persecution Will Get Worse After Authorities Bomb Evangelical Megachurch (VIDEO)
An evangelical megachurch was destroyed by Chinese Communist authorities Tuesday in the country's northern Shanxi province, sparking fears among Christians that the persecution they suffer will soon get worse.
Missionary groups taking part in the third annual International Day for the Unreached later this year have warned that "fuzzy thinking," such as misunderstanding what "unreached" people actually means, has become an obstacle in fulfilling the Great Commission.
At least one person is dead and 800 others were injured in Manila, Philippines, where 3.5 million barefoot Roman Catholics followed a blackened statue of Jesus Christ, known as the Black Nazarene, which is believed to have healing powers.
The government of Botswana has reportedly shut down the church of a Malawian self-professed prophet, who is followed by millions and claims to walk on air, with concerns over "miracle money."
Tim Farron, the former leader of the Liberal Democrats party in the U.K., who last year resigned over his evangelical faith, has clarified his position on homosexuality and said he believes gay sex is sinful.
As many as 215 million followers of Christ around the world are being persecuted because of their faith, according to Open Doors USA's annual World Watch List, which was released Wednesday. The report identified the top 50 nations where Christians are most targeted.
A majority of youths in America say they believe Muslims face the most religious discrimination in the country, a survey by the Public Religion Research Institute and MTV has found. But students also said that evangelicals are more discriminated against than atheists.
Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, known as Ahok, the Christian former governor of Jakarta, Indonesia, has reportedly filed for divorce from prison, accusing his wife of an affair with another man.