Chinese Police, Gov’t Officers Raid Homeschool Run By Church

A house where children from a persecuted megachurch were being homeschooled in Chengdu, China was raided by a group of police officers and government officials. The incident was mentioned by the church on social media and is asking for prayers from C…

‘We Are Worried And In Pain’: Pakistan’s Christians Cry For Justice After Two Women Raped, Killed

After two Christian womens got raped and killed, Christians in Pakistan cried out for justice and expressed their grief saying "we are worried and in pain."
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  • Chinese government continues national cross removal campaign

    Chinese government continues national cross removal campaign

    China has resumed its campaign to remove crosses on Christian churches in the aftermath of the pandemic. According to the Italian magazine Bitter Winter, in the first half of 2020 the Chinese Communist Party mandated the removal of over 900 crosses in the eastern provinces of Jiangsu, Anghui, and Sh…
  • Two deadly bomb attack leaves 14 dead

    14 people were killed and 78 others were injured, deadly double bombs in Philippines

    The Philippines is still struggling to rid their nation of ISIS influence. Over the week, 14 people were killed and 78 others were injured after the two bombs exploded in Jolo, Sulu. The first bomb detonated at the main street in the town of Jolo in Sulu province, about 621 miles from Manila. It…
  • Underground Biblical-Era Fortress Discovered in Israel

    Underground Biblical-Era Fortress Discovered in Israel

    The biblical-era fortress, which dates back to the 12th century B.C., was discovered in Israel. Israel Antiquities Authority reported that the 3,200-year-old fortress was likely built by the ancient Canaanite civilization to protect against Philistine invaders. The fortification measures 59 feet…
  • Crosses in China are taken down by the government authorities

    Crosses in China are taken down by the government authorities

    China Aid announced from August 20 to September 20, they will conduct a month-long investigation to crack down on illegal religious activities in China. The notice was sent out by the Xinyang City Gushi County Ethnic and Religious Affairs Bureau. The Chinese bureau set a reward of 500 CNY (72 U…
  • Deadly Bomb Explosions in Southern Philippines

    Deadly bomb explosions in Southern Philippines

    Two deadly explosions killed at least 23 and injured 75 injuries on August 24 in the island town of Jolo, the capital of the Sulu province in the Philippines. The explosions occurred near the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel where 23 people were killed on January 29, 2019. …
  • St. Mary's Church in Dallinghoo dating back to the 14th century is receiving grant funding from the National Churches Trust.

    Churches and Chapels awarded a total of $670K in grants amid Covid-19 financial struggles

    Forty-five historic churches and chapels in the U.K. are receiving grants from the National Churches Trust after being financially hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant money is hoped to fund needed repairs, maintenance, and the installation of community facilities across England, Scotland, Wal…
  • Church gatherings postponed until further notice

    Durham University state there is lack of engagement throughout digital service

    In May, Dr. Peter Phillips and Digital Theology have studied and specialized research centered on the study of digital religion. Researchers at Durham University stated the population has engaged with faith digitally during the lockdown. According to the report by Durham University, the UK adult…
  • New born babies are forced to face abortion. 'genocide'

    Chinese communist gov. orders abortion at hospitals

    "They wouldn't give the baby to the parents. They kill the babies when they are born. It is an order that has been given from above. It is an order that has been printed and distributed in official documents. Hospitals get fined if they don't comply, so of course, they carry this out."
  • Faith in the Next Generation

    Connection is the Key to Fostering a Resilient Faith in Young Adults

    For the up and coming generation of young adults -namely Millennials and Generation Z- in today's dynamic social climate, faith seems to become more and more often a skeptical topic. It becomes more difficult to find young individuals resilient in their faith, and the question becomes how can the C…
  • North Korea Pyongyang

    Kim Jung Un reported to be in coma, sister set to take control

    North Korea State News released new photos of Kim Jung Un in a coma. The report states Kim Jung Un has been in a coma for months and ceded power to his sister, Kim yo Jong.
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