Algeria Gives Heavy Fines to Christians Transporting Bibles

The government of Algeria hands down a hefty fine to two Christians for having Bibles in their car.

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...

10% of Church of England Clergy have Suffered Violence in the Last 2 Years,...

One in ten members of the Church of England clergy has become a victim of violence in the last two years.

Zambia Launches Bible in Local Languages

Zambia's Diocese of Solwezi has launched on June 24 a Bible translated in three local languages---Kaonde, Lunda and Luvale, Radio Vaticana reports. The Bible was introduced during Mass at St. Daniel’s Cathedral Parish. The presider, Bishop Charles Kasonde, reminded that Christians must strengthen their faith and use the Word of God as the basis of their everyday lives.

Nepalis Turned to God After the 2015 Earthquake

Two years ago, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal which affected millions of lives. The quake left 9,000 people dead and damaged 600,000 buildings and structures.

Pakistan Beefs Up Security Following Church Attack

Pakistani security forces are on heightened alert after two suicide bombers attacked on December 17, 2017 a church in Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan province, reports Premier.

Oldest Christian Communities in Turkey Fear Extinction

The world's oldest Christian communities in Turkey are fighting a legal battle with the government, Al-Monitor reports.

Christianity in “Crisis” in Scotland

A recent survey revealed that the number of churchgoers in Scotland has declined by more than half in 30 years, The Telegraph reports.

Christianity Under Attack in Nigeria — CAN

Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has condemned the interrogation of some members of its Trust Fund by the Department of State Services, NAIJ.com reports. The body said the interrogation of...

Media Denounced for Ignoring Christian Genocide

"They are at war in their heads with Christianity. Not just with Christianity, they are at war with all other religions as well. But they have been signaling out in increasingly virulent terms that their real war now is against Christians and the cross." However, media is ignoring this threat to the world's largest religion.