Devotees in the Philippines Still Hold Bloody Crucifixion Despite Catholic Church's Opposition
Samaritan's Purse, Convoy of Hope, Other Christian Groups Deploy Relief Teams to Help Survivors of Severe Storms in United States
Know more about the impact of the recent powerful storms that ripped through some parts of the United States and the risk level of the severe storm warning issued by the National Weather Service.
Catholic Nuns Affirm Support for Transgender Community, Loved and Cherished by God in Open Letter
Know about the letter of a group of Catholic nuns, which was published on behalf of thousands of religious women and some partner organizations for the acceptance of the trans community.
Wichita Church Adopts Unique Strategy to Reverse Decline and Flourish
Catholic Church in Bangladesh to Form a Team to Combat Violence Against Women
Know how the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Bangladesh has agreed to form a team to tackle abuses against women, with plans to take legal action if any women are subjected to abuse.
Pastor TJ Grooms Desires to Establish All-Boys School For Black Youth to Decrease Poverty Rate
Pastor TJ Grooms and CEO Ian Rowe believe that an all-boys school for Black youth will help them understand their future roles as heads of the family and the significance of education to prevent pover…
Bishop Edward Scharfenberger Anticipates Over 10,000 Attendees at New York Eucharistic Congress in October
Learn more about the Eucharistic Congress that will be celebrated at the Our Lady of Martyrs Shrine in Auriesville, New York. Discover its significance in the Catholic faith.
Trapped Afghan Christians Ask For People To Speak Up For Them As They Face Death Threats
Christians in Afghanistan, who are afraid of torture and death via the hands ot the Taliban, are appealing to the global Christian community to be their voice during this crisis in the country.
CCP Paying Chinese Citizens To Spy And Snitch On Christians
Citizens in China's Heilongjiang Province will be rewarded over a hundred dollars for any information on neighbors engaging in "illegal religious activities."
Persecution In Sudan Continues: Nuns Killed, Bible Shipment Illegally Detained
Persecution in Sudan continues as reports highlight two Catholic nuns who faced a "senseless act of violence" from gunmen along with Bibles being detained by government officials.
Afghan Christian Tearfully Pleads Believers To Not Forget Underground Church As They ‘Continue God’s Work’
Afghan Christians have resolved in their hearts, amidst tears and fears for the safety of their families, to proclaim, "We are not leaving the field."
Glenn Beck’s Audience Raises Over $20 Million In 2 Days To Rescue Christians From Afghanistan
Glenn Beck called and his followers answered: raising over $22 million dollars to help fund the rescue of Christians stranded in Afghanistan.
Christian Nonprofit Details The Physical And Spiritual Hunger Haitians Face As Death Toll Reaches More Than 2,000
As of late Wednesday, a Haitian agency reported 2,189 deaths and 12,268 injured from the recent calamities that hit the country, and a Christian nonprofit reveals that people are in need of help physically and spiritually.
Please Pray: Haitians Desperate As They Face Tropical Storm Following Devastating Earthquake
Haitians are in desperate need for prayers as they face Tropical Storm Grace following the devastating earthquake last Saturday.
Christians In Afghanistan Fearing For Their Lives Amid Taliban Takeover Of Country
Religious freedom watchers are warning that the Taliban's power grab would intensify the persecution of Afghan Christians.
Missionary Asks For Prayers For Haiti To ‘Turn Back To Jesus’ Amid State Of Emergency Following Devastating Earthquake
A missionary based in the United States is asking for prayers for Haiti to "turn back to Jesus" amid the state of emergency declared by Prime Minister Ariel Henry following the devastating 7.2 earthquake that hit the country on Saturday night.
‘If COVID Doesn't Kill Them, Hunger Will’: Nigerian Pastor Continues Feeding Texas’ Homeless Amid Pandemic
A Nigerian pastor who came to the United States in the 1990s continues to feed the homeless in Texas amid the pandemic because "if COVID doesn't kill them, hunger will."