4,000 Runners Joined the Bible Marathon in Israel

The annual Bible Marathon held on October 18 in Israel drew 4,000 athletes from all over the world who traced the ancient path ran by a Benjaminite during the battle between the Jewish people and the Philistines.

Chinese Bible App Gets 10M Downloads

Chinese Bible app, WeDevote, achieved what many thought was impossible---getting 10 million installations in July 6.

Christian Charity Pushes to End Legal Euthanasia

ADF International has launched a campaign, Affirm Dignity | End Euthanasia, to raise awareness of the perils euthanasia laws bring to people and society.

74% of UK Christians Believe in Hell —Survey

In a survey of 5,000 UK Christians conducted by Resonate, 74% believed in the existence of hell, 10% did not, and while 16% said they were uncertain.

Millions of Christians Joined ‘Global Day of Prayer for Jerusalem’

Millions of Christians from around the world participated in the "Global Day of Prayer for Jerusalem" on October 6.

Young Christians in Pakistan Have Islamic Names to Avoid Discrimination

Christian parents in Pakistan give their children Islamic names to avoid bullying at school. Bishop Samson Shukardin of Hyderabad disclosed that children from religious minorities use different names to prevent discrimination.

New Bible Translation Available in Sign Language in Australia

The Bible Society Australia has launched new translations of the Bible in sign language, called Auslan. John's Gospel, a revised version of Acts and selections from Paul’s letters are now available in digital format for free.

N.Korea Releases Propaganda Video, Calls Christians as “Spies”

North Korea released a propaganda video telling its citizens that Christians are spies and are enemies of the state.

Christians Fear Govt Systematically Closing Churches in Algeria

Christian charities warned that the government of Algeria seems to have a campaign to systematically shut down churches and other Christian institutions in the country.

Hong Kong Christians Fear Suppression of Religion w/ Extradition Bill

Hong Kong Christians fear that the passage of the extradition bill would allow China to persecute believers living in the island territory.
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Hungary and Russia Join Forces to Protect Mideast Christians

Hungary and Russia have agreed to work together to protect persecuted Christians in the Middle East and in Syria.

Group Calls for International Action to Help Persecuted Christians

Aid to the Church in Need published a report that called for international intervention to help persecuted Christians, particularly in the Middle East.

Trump Sends $50M in Aid for Christians in Syria

President Donald Trump announced on October 12 that the U.S. will send $50 million in emergency financial aid to Christians, religious minorities and human rights organizations in war-torn Syria.