As many as 23,000 personnel will reportedly be trained by the U.S. Defense Department on ways to accommodate transgender enlistees starting on Jan. 1, 2018.
At least 730 children were among the 6,700 Rohingya refugees who were burned, shot, or beaten to death in the space of a single month earlier this year, a major humanitarian aid group revealed.
Christian baker Jack Phillips, whose religious freedom case was heard before the U.S. Supreme Court last week, has hit back against celebrity baker Duff Goldman and his argument that bakers must use their creative talents to serve gay weddings, regardless of what they believe.
The Muslim mayor of the Israeli city of Nazareth, which has a large Arab population, has decided to cancel some Christmas events, blaming U.S. President Donald Trump for souring the holiday following his controversial decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
'ISIS Is Gone, Christians Are Back': Iraqi Believers Hail Reconsecration of First Church Since Invasion
Long-suffering Christians in Iraq's Nineveh Plains celebrated last week the reconsecration of the first church to be reopened there since the Islamic State terror group was driven out of the region, marking it as a symbol of hope and victory.
A Muslim man who is the official custodian of the keys to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, also know as the "tomb of Christ," has said that he will not welcome U.S. Vice President Mike Pence to one of the holiest Christian sites.
Pastor Mark Burns of Harvest Praise and Worship Center in Easley, South Carolina, says he saved U.S. President Donald Trump from a poisonous spider bite when he was in the Oval Office earlier this week.
A school in Denmark has cancelled its traditional Christmas service that's held every year at a church amid fears that it would offend non-Christian children and parents.
An elderly Christian woman in Massachusetts who was told to take down the Bible verses she posted on her front door in the apartment complex she lives in has reportedly stood her ground and defended her religious freedom rights this Christmas.
Although Somalia is one of the most dangerous countries for Christians in the world, the Gospel is on the rise there thanks to the efforts of converts who choose to risk everything to follow Jesus, a missions group has said.
Lakewood Church Senior Pastor Joel Osteen has praised the influence and scriptural insight of Associate Pastor John Gray, who was recently named as new senior pastor at Redemption Church in Greenville, South Carolina.
Shocked Parents Get UK Gov't to Remove Question Asking Kids If They 'Feel Different' to Birth Gender
Criticism by shocked parents and politicians has forced the U.K.'s National Health Service to remove a question asking primary school children if they "feel different" to the gender they were born with.
N. Korean Defector Recalls Screams of Pregnant Mothers During Forced Abortions; Inmates Used as Dog Food
A North Korean defector has opened up about her horrific experiences at prison camp, where she says women are forced to undergo forced abortions at night, while some inmates are used as dog food.
Christian leaders have been speaking out with various opinions following Democrat Doug Jones' surprise victory Tuesday night against Republican candidate Roy Moore in the U.S. Senate seat battle in the mostly Republican state of Alabama.
A woman who was held captive and repeatedly raped by members of Al Shabaab is sharing the horrific details of daily sexual abuse and forced abortions endured by those who are kidnapped by the the radical Islamic terror group.
Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel brought his seven-month old son on stage as he returned from a week-long hiatus following Billy's heart surgery, and made an emotional plea for politicians not to cut funds for a children's medical program.
One of the world's largest Bible translation organizations has said that while its pioneering rapid translation method is achieving unprecedented success, demonic attacks and severe persecution have been inflicting its workers.
Facebook, Google, Twitter's 'Censorship of Christian, Conservative Speech' Tackled in NRB Initiative
National Religious Broadcasters has launched an online effort seeking to highlight what it says is censorship of Christian and conservative speech by online media giants such as Facebook, Twitter, Google and Apple.
A federal court decided on Friday against an injunction request by the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington D.C. in its case against Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's policies that ban "issue-oriented advertising," such as urging people to search for God on Christmas.
Christian Teacher 'Reduced to Tears,' Sues School Over Suspension for Calling Transgender Boy a Girl
An evangelical Christian teacher in the U.K. has been "reduced to tears" and forced to sue the school that suspended him for referring to a transgender student born a female as a "girl."
The mother of Walter Scott, the unnarmed black man who was shot dead by a police officer in 2015 after a traffic stop, has told her son's killer, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for second-degree murder, that she forgives him and prays that he accepts Jesus Christ.
Evangelist Franklin Graham said that multitudes responded to Jesus Christ during his two-day evangelistic crusade in Vietnam, and argued that the Communist government there is starting to warm up to Christianity.
A Christian couple in Australia who once said that they would be looking for a divorce, though not of the traditional kind, if the country legalized gay marriage, have responded to pressure by activists by stating that they will not be separating from each other.
A former Islamic teacher in eastern Uganda was beaten and left in a pool of his own blood by assailants because of his decision to convert to Christianity.
Islamic State terror group supporters have attempted to frame Christians for the massacre that killed 305 people at Al Rawdah mosque in Bir Al-Abed, Egypt, using it as a means to call for revenge attacks against Christians over the Christmas period.