A group of "thugs" hired by local Communist authorities barricaded last week the campus of Zion Church, the largest house church in Beijing, threatening Christians and calling their faith a "cult."
A team of specialists have discovered several mosaics in Israel, including one depicting two men carrying a pole with a cluster of grapes, believed to be the two spies Moses sent to scout the land of Canaan, as found in the book of Numbers in the Bible.
The Church of England has reported its first ever decline in planned donations since records started being kept, with some leaders pointing to millennials who are not giving as much as previous generations.
U.S. Pastor Andrew Brunson, imprisoned in Turkey, faces a major week as speculations swirl that he could be granted his freedom and returned to his family, or otherwise face what would amount to a near life sentence.
A radical Hindu mob of some 35 people attacked a group of 150 Christians last week that had gathered together for prayer in the Pratapgarh District of India's Uttar Pradesh State, seriously injuring 20 of them.
YouVersion Bible App Reaches 330M Devices, Offers 1,700 Different Bible Versions on 10th Anniversary
YouVersion is marking the 10-year anniversary of its Bible app, which it says has now been downloaded on over 330 million devices around the world.
Responding to Willow Creek Community Church's recent apologies for the way the leadership handled sexual misconduct allegations against founder Bill Hybels, New Testament scholar Scot McKnight argued that the victims had no choice but to go public and expose misconduct.
Christian missionaries and Bible translators in Cameroon say they're continuing to spread God's Word to the people even as violence mounts and fears of a genocide continue to grow in the troubled African country.
President Donald Trump's nomination of Judge Brett Kavanuagh to the United States Supreme Court on Monday evening has drawn near universal praise from prominent Christian leaders in America.
Philippines President Duterte Offers to Resign If Anyone Proves God Exists; Franklin Graham Responds
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has offered to resign from his position if anyone can prove conclusively that God exists, in another provocation against Catholic clergy in the country.
U.S. church youth groups are currently on their way back home after being stuck in Haiti over the weekend due to violent anti-government riots that erupted last week.
Archaeologists have reportedly uncovered the ancient entrance gate to the biblical city of Zer in Israel, also known as Bethsaida, which is mentioned in the New Testament as the city where Jesus fed the 5,000 with five loaves and two fish in one His most well-known miracles.
Conservative Fox News commentator Tomi Lahren has again spoken out against efforts to overturn the legalization of abortion in America, admitting that she is going against many of her fellow supporters of President Donald Trump.
A Christian doctor has been told by the British government that he will no longer be employed by the National Health Service, where he worked for 26 years, because he fails to identify transgender patients with their chosen pronouns.
Young Earth Creationist Ken Ham has asked atheist author Richard Dawkins if he believes children born into Christian families should be aborted to save them from perceived suffering.
Iranian Christian converts were brutally attacked by a Muslim mob at a refugee camp in Greece last week as police stood by and watched.
Evangelist Beth Moore of Living Proof Ministries has urged married Christian couples to remove pornography from their lives, warning that they will "burn down" their home if they use it.
Hundreds of Rohingya Girls Viciously Raped Keep Their Babies Despite Beatings, Pressure to Abort Them
Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar were subjected to some of the most horrific human rights abuses last year. Still, hundreds of women and girls who were raped have decided to keep their babies, despite severe social stigma and pressure to abort them.
Nigerian Christians left displaced by the thousands due to the mass slaughter in the villages surrounding Jos in Plateau state are in a "living hell" and agony, a watchdog group assisting the victims said.
A Roman Catholic priest in the war-torn Central African Republic was shot dead last week while eating dinner, according to a charity. He is the third priest to be killed by suspected rebel soldiers this year.
Pastor Art Azurdia of Trinity Church in Portland, Oregon, has been removed from his position after he admitted to having several "sexually immoral" relationships.
"Bible Answer Man" Hank Hanegraaff on Monday explained when believers will receive their eternal resurrected bodies following death, and what will happen to people who are still alive to witness Jesus' return.
The American Center for Law and Justice, a conservative legal group, has backed an evangelical preacher who was barred from preaching on the sidewalk to University of Alabama students, filing a petition on Tuesday to the U.S. Supreme Court to hear his free speech case.
The Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities of Spain has filed a lawsuit against the owner of Telecinco, the nation's largest private television channel, accusing it of failing to correct false information that linked a Baptist pastor with pedophilia and possessing child pornography.
Despite ever-increasing awareness of religious freedom atrocities around the world, gravely affecting the lives of millions of Christians and other minorities, there is a major problem — persecution continues increasing.