Unshakable Faith of Imprisoned Gospel for Asia Pastor Inspires Fellow Inmates to Accept Christ
As Gospel for Asia pastor Ugyen Tashi entered the prison, three iron gates loomed before him like grim sentinels.
Small Christian Hospice In Pakistan to Close After 50 Years
In the crowded, winding streets of the Rawalpindi, a small Christian hospice led by Irish nuns has taken care of the destitute and disabled for 50 years.
New Attacks In Nigeria Kill Nearly 40 People
About 40 people were killed in coordinated attacks on Monday night in four Christian-dominated villages in the central Nigerian State of Plateau.
Typhoon Relief from Baptist Global Response Team Brings Hope to Rural Filipinos
A murmur rippled through the crowd as the first families opened the food packages delivered Nov. 21 by the Baptist Global Response team. Those items included canned meat, rice, noodles, sugar, powdered milk, drinking water and instant coffee.
Russia reserves the right to use nuclear weapons in response to a conventional strike and sees them as a "great equalizer" reducing the likelihood of aggression, a senior Russian official said Wednesday.
Warhead / RIA Novosti. Sergei Kazak
Egyptian Christians will soon have a law to regulate church building. But this is only one achievement celebrated by Copts in the revised national charter scrubbed of most of its Islamist tinge.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has welcomed a project that will digitise 1.5million pages, including collections of Hebrew and Greek manuscripts.
Roman Catholic Archbishop Says Fighting Between Christians and Muslims In the Central African Republic Is Not About Religion
Two French soldiers died as a wave of deadly revenge attacks involving rival Christian and Muslim groups has left the Central African Republic in chaos.
I recently returned from Mosaix' 2nd National Multi-ethnic Church Conference in Long Beach, California I was struck by a few things about the conference that I thought were worth sharing.
Picture Credit: cityoforlando / flickr