Level of Christian Persecution in Nepal Escalates

Christians in Nepal fear for their lives as the level of persecution against them escalates.

Mission Brings Jesus Closer to North Africa

The Spanish Bible Society takes advantage of the summer to distribute the New Testament through various Spanish sea ports such as Melilla, Tarifa and Algeciras which thousands of travelers use to go to and from Europe.

Egypt Legalizes 127 Churches

Egypt approved on July 1, 2019 the legalization of 127 churches and church-affiliated service buildings in the country, making the total number of registered places of worship to 1,021 since the implementation of a new law in 2016.

Pakistani Official Downplays Christian Persecution

A Pakistani official dismissed reports of Christian persecution, comparing them to knife crimes in the UK. Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said accusations of Christians being treated harshly in Pakistan are nothing more but exaggerations.

UK Govt Urged to Prioritize the Protection of Christians

A report calls for the UK government to implement stringent policies to protect Christians all over the world.

One fifth of Dutch Churches No Longer Used in Worship

One in five church buildings in The Netherlands are no longer used for worship. Dutch newspaper Trouw found that several churches are now converted for secular use.

India: Christians on a Train Reported for Public Disturbance

A group of evangelical Christians on a train in India was reported for "disturbing public peace" by passengers.

Christian Persecution in Africa Intensifies

Christians in Africa fear for their lives as violent attacks against them intensify. Cardinal Dieudonne Nzapalainga warned that, "Africa is a continent where violence against Christians is exploding."

Chinese Christians Memorize the Bible in Prison

Chinese Christians revealed that they have memorized the whole Bible while in prison, saying that prison guards "can't take what's hidden in your heart."

Iran Closes Down 100-Year-Old Church

Persecution of Christians in Iran intensifies as authorities tore down the cross before forcibly shutting down a church in the city of Tabriz.
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