New App Connects Christians in America

A faith-based group recently launched a social media application that aims to connect Christians throughout the country and spread God's love through action.

Christians Welcome Bible Tax Exemption

Christians welcomed US President Donald Trump's decision to remove Bibles from the China tariff list.

YouTube Rejects Faith-based Org’s Ad with ‘Christian’ Keyword

When the founder of a Christian veterans group tried to post an advertisement on YouTube, his ad was rejected for using the keyword 'Christian.'

Poll: Most Americans Know the Basics About Christianity and the Bible

A recent Pew Research Center survey showed that most American adults have basic knowledge about Christianity and the Bible.

Trump Meets Survivors of Religious Persecution

President Donald Trump met on July 17 survivors of religious persecution, including several Christians, in the Oval Office in the White House.

VA Changes Policy to Protect Religious Liberty

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced on July 3 revisions in its policies to allow religious symbols, literature and displays at VA facilities.

US to Create Global Body on Religious Freedom

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on July 18, 2019 that the United States will create a new global body on religious freedom.

Shaking Things Up In California: Spiritual Lessons Earthquakes Teach Us

Southern California was hit with a seismic one-two combo, first on the 4th of July, and then a larger one the day after. I live 80 miles south of Ridgecrest,...

Lost Lincoln Bible Surfaces, Offers Clues to His Faith

An Abraham Lincoln Bible, which experts didn't know about, resurfaced, 150 years after the president's assassination. Lincoln was vague on the subject of religion and this Bible gives new clues about his faith.

Half of Christians See Effects of Slavery in Modern America

Half of practicing Christians in the US believe that the history of slavery still has lingering effects in the country. According to the recent Barna survey, 50% of respondents said they "mostly or totally" see the negative impact of slavery during the 18th and 19th centuries on black Americans today.
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Australia Mulls New Religious Freedom Bill

Australia is considering a new bill to protect the rights of a person to religious freedom and expression.

Thousands Protest Abortion Law in N.Ireland

People from all walks of life joined the silent march on September 6 in Stormont, the seat of the Northern Irish assembly, to protest the liberalization of abortion in the country.

Filipino Christians Embrace New Bible Translation

A new translation of the Bible is making waves among young Christians in the Philippines.