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Church Drew Thousands of People in March for Peace in Nicaragua

Several thousand Nicaraguans joined a peace rally called by the Catholic church in protest of the government's social security reforms. The "Peace and Justice" rally...

Pakistan University Opens its First Christian Church

In a move to a more religiously free campus life, an Islamic university in Pakistan has opened a Christian chapel, a first in the...

New Zealand Tops List of Commonwealth Countries with Religious Freedom

According to the study by the Council for Christians and Jews (CCJ), New Zealand is the country where people are the most free to...

Concern Rises on China’s Church Crackdown

Human rights organization Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) expressed concern over the intensifying persecution of Christianity and other religious minority groups in China. CSW received reports...

Ukrainian Churches Face Closure from Separatists

A new law in Ukraine jeopardizes how churches can operate, they could even face closure. Local leaders in Luhansk, which is controlled by Russian...

Museum on Persecuted Christians Opens in Japan

A museum about persecuted Japanese Christians opened on April 1, 2018 in a large Catholic church in Nagasaki. The Oura church, Japan's oldest church,...

Christians in Algeria Denounce Government Clamp Down on Religion

Christians in Algeria cry foul over the growing pressure against believers in the predominantly Muslim country. To promote and preserve Islam, the Algerian parliament passed...

Egypt Extends State of Emergency a Year After Church Bombings

Two separate church bombings last year in Alexandria and Tanta prompted the government to tighten its security and safeguard its citizens against further terror...


Christianity in Decline in the US, Christians React

On the study about the future of Christianity in the US, Christian professionals advised fellow believers to be creative in protecting the majority status they enjoy now.

Franklin Graham Preaches to Over 17,000 in Mongolia

Evangelist Franklin Graham shared a message of hope to more than 17,000 people in Mongolia on September 10 and 11.
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