In the last three years, the US has dramatically slashed the number of refugees allowed into the country. With a looming Oct. 1 deadline to decide on a FY2021 allocation, refugee advocates are asking the Trump administration to reverse the trend.
The much anticipated Bible Reading Marathon begins today in Washington DC and will run until September 16.
Dave Eubank and his wife Karen have become unique and remarkable modern-day missionaries. From the jungles of Burma to the deserts of Sudan, Iraq and Syria, they have spent their adult lives bringing help, hope and love to some of the world’s most war-torn areas.
Beginning this month, all schools in England are required to teach an LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum.
A Christian man has been sentenced to death in Pakistan for allegedly sending “blasphemous” text messages to his Muslim supervisor.
More than 1.8 million people tuned into Greg Laurie’s new film “A Rush of Hope” over the Labor Day weekend, breaking all attendance records in Harvest Crusades’ 30-year history of holding annual outreach events. Most importantly, Laurie said there were over 17,000 professions of faith that the Harvest team received from […]
An Ethiopian Christian leader says it’s time to launch an international inquiry after hundreds of Christians were murdered – including pregnant women, children, and whole families – by Muslim extremists in parts of the Oromia regional state since the end of June.
A Christian pastor in the United Kingdom was told by the local police that if he offends the LGBT community with a social media comment he could be breaking the law, even though a pro-LGBT mob threatened to burn down his church.
Promise Keepers, a Christ-centered organization dedicated to helping men grow in their Christian faith, will live stream a special encore presentation of this year’s 2020 Global Digital Experience.
For years, missions groups have been talking about the rapid growth of Christianity in Iran and now a survey of Iranian citizens is backing up those claims.
“One evening in late June, gunmen stormed a village in northern Burkina Faso,” the Washington Post reported, “and ordered people who had been chatting outside to lie down. Then the armed strangers checked everyone’s necks, searching for jewelry. They found four men wearing crucifixes — Christians. They executed them…”
A recent story on CBN News on the left-wing insanity infecting academia today included a tweet by Timothy Snediker, a professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Prof. Snediker tweeted that if he had a time machine, he’d go back and “assassinate Jesus of […]