Prayer Day Set for India

Church leaders in India have set May 7th as a day for prayer and fasting as the country continues its battle against Covid-19.

Religious Freedom Worsened in China—USCIRF

The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) released its annual report on April 21 stating that religious freedom conditions in China have worsened.

Croatia Launches Scholarship Program to Persecuted Christians

The Croatian government is granting scholarships to young persecuted Christians. Parliament approved in November 2020 the state budget allocating $237,000 to the scholarship program.

Christians in UK Urged to Follow Govt Guidelines in Church

A Christian health expert in the UK advised Christians to "take responsibility" and conform to the government's pandemic guidelines even in church.

Christians Celebrate Second Easter During Pandemic

Millions of Christians around the world celebrated Easter Sunday under pandemic precautions for the second time.

Bible Translators to End Bible Poverty by 2033

Ten of the world's leading Bible translation agencies launched an ambitious campaign---making Scripture available in every language by 2033.

UK Allows Safer Church Singing in Time for the Holy Week

The UK government updated its guidelines on March 26th relaxing restrictions on communal singing in church.

World Vision Sends Aid to 59M in Its Largest Global Response Ever

Christian humanitarian organization World Vision managed to reach 59 million people worldwide in its response to the Covid-19 crisis.

Christian Leaders in Canada Boost Confidence in Covid-19 Vaccines

As Canada's vaccination program is underway, Christian leaders encourage the faithful to get immunized with the Covid-19 vaccine.

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.