China Demolishes Another Megachurch

Another well-known church in China was demolished following claims of local authorities that the church interferes with the new urban zoning guidelines.

UK Churches Find Ways to Attract More People

With the growing secularism in Europe, churches in the United Kingdom have devising ways to attract more people to go to church.

China Tightens Grip on Underground Churches

China has issued a circular requiring organizers of religious activities at temporary churches to seek guidance from government-recognized church organizations.

Christian Groups Condemn Genocide in Nigeria

The Christian Association of Nigeria condems the recent terror attacks against Christian communities in Nigeria where 238 people were brutally killed in a village and churches were destroyed.

Laos Restricts Meetings Among Christians

In August 2017, Laos' Prime Minister signed the Decree on Associations which requires all religious meetings to get approval first from several government offices.

Church Opens First Anti-Abortion Office in Scotland

The Catholic Church inaugurated a "pro-life office" in Scotland, the first of its kind in the country.

Majority of Western Europeans Identify as Christians–Pew Research

A new survey by the Pew Research Center revealed that despite low church attendance, most people in Western Europe identify as Christians.

Families Flock to UK’s First Bible-themed Play Center

"It's a place where children can engage with faith and discover the truth in the Bible for themselves through play and fun activities. They can discover stories in the Bible, which point them to Jesus and allow the Holy Spirit to work in them and help them to really understand and grasp the gospel."

Samoa Church At Odds with Govt Over Tax

A church body in Samoa rejected the government's new law that requires church ministers to pay income tax. During the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa's Annual General Conference in a small village in Malua, church leaders discussed the new tax law implemented earlier this year.

North Korean Christians Want More from Peace Talks

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in met for the first time and signed a peace agreement. However, Christians in North Korea revealed that, "This is not what we’ve been praying for."