Rwanda Closes 700 Churches for Noise Pollution

The government of Rwanda has shut down 714 churches for failing to meet the minimum building requirements. Most of the churches were small Pentecostal churches and a mosque was...

1 Million Christians Join the Third Global Hymn Sing

One million Christians around the world joined the third annual "Global Hymn Sing" on February 25, 2018.

China Forces Over 100 Christians to Re-education Camps

Authorities in China have sent more than 100 Christians to 're-education' camps to teach them how to be loyal to the communist country's ideologies. Most of the detained Christians came...

London Bankers Find Comfort in Jesus

In times of uncertainty, bankers in London find stability through their faith. St. Peter's Barge, a floating church on the River Thames, ministers to bankers and insurance brokers in the...

Church in Syria Holds First Service after Six Years

Christians said prayers for the first time in six years inside a broken down church in eastern Syria, reports online news website The Arab.

Bangladesh Christians Celebrate their Faith Amid Persecution

Catholics in Bangladesh gathered in Chittagong last month to celebrate the country's 500 years of Christianity.

North Korea’s Fake Churches Exposed

Tagged as the world's worst country to be a Christian, North Korea has gone to great lengths to cover its horrifying treatment of Christians.

Christians in New Zealand Want ‘Jesus’ Back in Parliament Prayer

Christians in New Zealand will gathered in front of their parliament on January 30, 2018 to call for the reinstatement of 'Jesus' in the Parliamentary prayer.

Bolivia’s President Scraps Evangelization Ban

The president of Bolivia heeded the clamor of Christians and reversed a new law prohibiting evangelization in the country.

UK Church Reopens After Six Decades to Reach the Youth

Sixty-five years after being closed, a Bristol church in the UK will reopen to reach young people, reports Premiers.