The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health will be hosting a seminar for religious leaders to raise awareness on the ‘holiday blues,’ or symptoms of depression and anxiety that occur particularly during the holiday season.
A school district board in California voted on November 3 to set restrictions on the practice of prayer and citation of Bible verses during public meetings.
An Irish Christian bakery, fined for refusing to bake a cake with engraved message supporting gay marriage, has decided to appeal in UK Supreme court and European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg.
American Bible Society revealed that more than half of practicing Christians in the United States read Bible only rarely.
In the wake of the election of Donald Trump as the next U.S. President, activists and advocates urged members of the immigrant community to make preparations ahead of Trump’s inauguration.
Blasphemy Charges Against Two Christian Families in Pakistan Dropped After Prominent Religious Leaders Intervene
Two blasphemy charges against Pakistani Christians were dropped last month, the World Watch Monitor reported.
Azusa Pacific University's School of Education Honors Alumni with First-Ever Distinguished Alumni Awards
Azusa Pacific University’s School of Education honored three alumni at its first Distinguished Alumni Awards Reception which took place on October 29.
Election day has come, and citizens across the nation have already taken to the polls to put in their votes. Voters in Koreatown, Los Angeles have been lining up at Mi Joo Yang Kog Church on Western Avenue before going into work at 8 AM.
Evangelist Billy Graham turned 98 this Monday, having preached the gospel at the pulpits for the last 60 years.
Irish Christian Bakers Lose Appeal Against Discrimination Charges Over Cake with Gay Marriage Slogan
Irish Christian bakers lost their appeal in court challenging conviction of discrimination against a gay man by declining an offer to bake a cake with a slogan supporting gay marriage.
Korean American Family Services (KFAM) will be hosting its third annual Christmas gift drive for Asian foster children throughout the month of November. The gifts and donations will be collected from November 1 to December 10, and the gifts will be given to the foster children at a Christmas party on December 21.
A Christian pastor and his father were brutally beaten by a mob of 50 people in Pakistan on October 19th over a property dispute which is in the process of hearing at the court. The mob also beat other family members including women.
Professionals from a non-profit visited a Korean immigrant church on October 14 to educate the youth members on healthy teen dating and raise awareness of abuse situations in dating.
As election day is quickly approaching, activists and leaders have been encouraging members of the Asian American Pacific Islander community to get out the vote.
Korean American Family Services (KFAM) will be hosting a free seminar on family and marriage life for Korean families on October 22 at Oriental Mission Church.