Official Vows to Rid of China’s Christianity

China claims that the West is using Christianity to influence its people and challenge the ruling Communist Party.

Christians Challenged to Give Up Plastic This Lent

Ash Wednesday marks the first day of the Lenten season, where Christians are encouraged to pray, fast, and abstain. This year, Christians are urged to reduce plastic waste this Lenten season.

Christian Bookshops in the UK Plea for Survival

As people become more mobile, buying Christian materials are now done online and this caused many Christian bookstores in the UK to close shop.

Tajikistan: Baptist Calendars Destroyed, Children Banned from Sunday School

A new religion law in Tajikistan made it harder for members of religious minorities to practice their faith in the predominantly Muslim country.

Hate Crimes Against Christians in India Continue to Rise

The latest report of the Evangelical Fellowhsip of India revealed that "Targeted violence and hate crimes against the Christian community in India continued unabated in 2018."

Chinese Workers in Africa Convert to Christianity

There's a noticeable rise in the number of Chinese nationals converting to Christianity in Africa and it is being attributed to African evangelical churches.

Humanitarian Ship Celebrates 10 Years of Christian Ministry

Humanitarian ship Logos Hope celebrates 10 years of Christian ministry by bringing Christian resource materials to different countries around the world.

Bangladesh Celebrates 500 Years of Christianity

2019 marks a historic year for Catholics in Bangladesh as they celebrate 500 years of Christianity.

‘Anti-Christian’ Hostility in France Condemned

Religious groups condemned the series of attacks against churches in France. To date, there are nearly a dozen incidents of hostility in Catholic churches across the country.

Ancient Bible Seized from Smugglers in Turkey

Turkish police seized an ancient Bible during an anti-smuggling operation in the southeastern province of Diyarbakir, near the Syrian border on February 4, 2019.
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