Syrian Christians Urge Prayers for Troubled Peace Talks
Leaders of Syria's embattled Christian minority urged prayers Monday, January 20, as prospects for a peace conference in Geneva were thrown into doubt after the opposition threatened to withdraw from the planned talks.
Coptic Christians Optimistic About Egypt's New Constitution
Egypt's voters have approved a new constitution, and Coptic Christians are optimistic that their rights will be adequately protected.
Sudanese Human Rights Activist Asks U. S. Christians to Help Churches In the Republic of Sudan
A Sudanese human rights activist has called upon Christians in the United States to help the churches of the Republic of Sudan.
International Mission Board Prepares for Sochi Olympics Outreach
Will Baptists have a witness at the Winter Olympics in Russia? Will it be safe from terrorists? Will other issues arise?
The past six months have seen a significant rise in the number of Arab Christians joining the Israel Defense Forces, although their number is still minuscule.
An Israeli soldier wearing crosses around his neck (PHOTO: AP)
A gunman opened fire on worshipers at a Russian Orthodox cathedral on Sakhalin Island off Russia's Pacific coast, killing a nun and a parishioner in an attack that rattled nerves across the vast Russian federation.
When Don Alan* thinks of Iraq, he thinks of friends who sit trembling in their walled neighborhoods, afraid to take their kids to school.
Pastor Yannick* escaped death three times.
Pastor Yannick and his family have lost almost everything. The clothes he is wearing were donated to him. (Open Doors)
An Open Letter to President Barack Obama, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, House Speaker John Boehner, All Members of Congress, and to the leaders of the National Prayer Breakfast