Friday night begins a long-awaited time of public prayer and worship in the nation’s capital. From a Friday evening worship to a noon prayer march on Saturday and an all-day assembly called “The Return,” all on the National Mall. Saturday is intended to be a serious day before God with organizers […]
At least two people were wounded in a knife attack Friday near the former offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, police said Friday. A suspect has been arrested.
We’ve told you Iran is changing and now we know it’s a dramatic transformation. A first-of-its-kind survey reveals significant shifts in Iranians’ attitudes toward religious beliefs and their authoritarian government.
Two million people have died and millions remain homeless in Sudan following three decades of Civil War and efforts to resist Islamic Sharia law. Now that has ended, bringing new hope for the Sudanese people.
From police brutality to pandemic lockdowns, Americans protesting is a common sight from coast to coast. But some demonstrations are moving beyond marches and picket signs. They’re aiming to shut down businesses and silence people.
Police in northern India told a pastor to stop worshipping inside his home and forced him to sign a document assuring that he won’t do it again.
The Chinese government remains insistent in their efforts to persecute Christians while threatening drastic measures toward anyone who resists their authority.
A school assistant and mother of two children in the United Kingdom, who was fired by her employer last year after sharing two Facebook posts about transgender individuals and sex education, will finally have her chance in court this week to get justice under the law.
Depending on the source, there are an estimated 153 million orphans around the world. And while 2020 isn’t what any of us expected with COVID-19 disruption and devastation, these 153 million children have been impacted especially hard.
A magnitude 4.6 earthquake struck Southern California late Friday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
A court in China’s southern Fujian province has summoned a house church preacher and his wife for not sending their children to public school, choosing instead to homeschool them.
At least a dozen young Hong Kong pro-democracy activists and journalists have been held in prison by China’s communist regime for two weeks, and their families are growing increasingly worried.