Young Adult Life Meeting in Miami

First Fridays - Young Adult Life of the month Join Pastor Alex Royes and Tatyana Lebrun at Pisgah Seventh Day Adventist Church as they have their monthly event on the first...

Christian Women Preachers United

Christian Women Preachers United -1st Miami Edition LOCATION Brio's Tuscan Grille in Dolphin Mall area11401 NW 12th St. Brio Tuscan Grille in the heart of Miami Miami, FL 33172 This meeting is free to...

Pope Announces Appointment of Priest of Archdiocese of Havana

Pope Francis, through the Apostolic Nunciature in Cuba, has announced the appointment of the priest of the Archdiocese of Havana, Fr. Silvano Pedroso Montalvo, son of a

Paul, Apostle of Christ in theaters March 23, 2018

Paul the apostle is considered to be one of the most influential figures in the early Christian movement. Originally named Saul of Tarsus, he was not always a follower...

Doctor Teaches that Cure is the Will of God and Asks, “Do You Pray?”

“What would anything be without Jesus?” This is a question often asked by Dr. Emil Schandl, to his patients. He asks them, “Do you pray?” and “To whom do...

Learning Patience in the Storm

By: Sandra Jean Charite, MS Hurricane Irma was expected to hit landfall in South Florida between the early hours on Sunday, September 10. All day Friday and into late Saturday night,...

A Miracle in Miami

Matthew 5:14 "You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden." Let’s talk about Wynwood, the art district located in downtown Miami, Florida. People...
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Museum on Persecuted Christians Opens in Japan

A museum about persecuted Japanese Christians opened on April 1, 2018 in a large Catholic church in Nagasaki. The Oura church, Japan's oldest church, is also a candidate site for the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list, reports Japan Times.

Christians in Algeria Denounce Government Clamp Down on Religion

Christians in Algeria cry foul over the growing pressure against believers in the predominantly Muslim country.

Egypt Extends State of Emergency a Year After Church Bombings

Two separate church bombings last year in Alexandria and Tanta prompted the government to tighten its security and safeguard its citizens against further terror attacks. The church bombings left 47 people dead and many others injured has prompted Egypt to extend state of emergency.