The Woodstock City Church community came together to bid farewell to Laken Riley, a 22-year-old nursing student at Augusta University, whose life was tragically cut short near the university’s intramural fields in Athens, Georgia.
Wildfires have ravaged Texas, claiming at least two lives and forcing evacuations as the Smokehouse Creek Fire becomes the state’s largest recorded blaze. Amid this devastation, Christian organizations, including Convoy of Hope, Texas Baptist Men and Operation Blessing, have mobilized, offering crucial support to affected communities.
Illegal immigrant arrested for murder of Georgia college student was released from detention over lack of space
Jose Antonio Ibarra, a 26-year-old Venezuelan national arrested in connection with the murder of Laken Riley, a 22-year-old nursing student on the University of Georgia campus, had been released from detention after entering the U.S. illegally.
Youth With A Mission has released the names of 11 missionaries who died in a devastating traffic collision in Tanzania, alongside updates on the injured and ongoing support efforts. The tragic incident, which involved multiple vehicles, also claimed the lives of several others, including the bus driver.
Eleven missionaries with Youth With A Mission died in a tragic traffic accident on Saturday near Arusha, Tanzania. The incident, involving multiple vehicles, also claimed the lives of several others, including the bus driver.
The U.S. Supreme Court won't delve into whether jurors can be dismissed due to their religious beliefs about homosexuality in a case tied to a lesbian woman's employment dispute in Missouri.
Pray.com, a leading digital platform for faith-based content, has been removed from the Apple App Store in mainland China, reflecting the Chinese government's strict internet publishing policies.
Historic cathedrals across England have drawn criticism for hosting what critics call "rave in the nave" events, aiming to attract new visitors and raise funds with silent discos, including the venerable Canterbury Cathedral.
A taxi driver in Essen, Germany, is contesting a fine imposed by local authorities for displaying a Bible verse sticker on his vehicle, which reads "Jesus – I am the way. The truth. And the life," sparking a debate over religious expression and advertising laws.
Indonesia has officially changed a decades-old state policy of referring to Christian holidays by their Islamic names, such as Isa Messiah for Jesus Christ. President Joko Widodo signed a Presidential Decree to mark this shift to accommodate the Christian population in the country, which has the world’s largest Muslim population.