Big and Small Nashville Churches Feed the Hungry in Tennessee

A new study revealed that churches in Nashville tend to feed hungry families in several zip codes across the state.

Sweden Royals Hold Church Services for Covid-19 Victims

King Carl XVI Gustaf and his wife, Queen Silvia, of Sweden held a church ceremony on March 11th to honor the victims of the Coronavirus.

68% US Christians Open to Digital Worship

According to a survey by Barna Group on the willingness of American adults to engage in online worship, 68% of Christians said they are somewhat open to actively participate in prayer during a virtual church service.

Sri Lanka Christians Mark ‘Black Sunday’ for Easter Bomb Victims

Christians in Sri Lanka heard Mass on Sunday, March 7, wearing black as they prayed for justice for the victims of the double suicide bomb attacks on Easter Sunday two years ago.

The Wall of Jesus Helps the Needy in Pakistan

Locals of a Christian neighborhood in Lahore, Pakistan visit the "Wall of Jesus" on a weekly basis to get food, clothes and other essential items for free.

Bible Reading Boosts Mental Health—Survey Says

Many younger Christians in the UK are now reading the Bible, saying it has helped improve their mental health.

Christians, Muslims and Jews to Worship in One Building in Germany

What was thought to be a dream would now turn into reality when three religions share one building to worship in Germany. The House of One will bring Christians, Muslims and Jews under one roof.

Memorial Planned for Renown Innovative Faith Leader Dr. Frederick K.C. Price

Memorial services for the incomparable Apostle Frederick K. C. Price, the trail-blazing televangelist and founder of the Crenshaw Christian Center, will be held on Saturday, March 6. The memorial...

Christian Booksellers Face 2021 with Hope

A new survey found that Christian booksellers in the country are optimistic for 2021 despite the challenges brought by the pandemic to the publishing industry.

Christians Mark Lent with Ashes Sprinkled Over Head

Christians mark the start of Lent with the tradition of receiving blessed ashes smudged to the forehead on Ash Wednesday, but it has been replaced with the ashes being sprinkled on a devotee's head because of the Covid-19 pandemic.