US Christian Students Visit Israel to Strengthen their Faith

A project lets young Christians visit Israel and learn about the history of Christianity and connect with modern Israeli society.

Relief efforts for the Bahamas in Miami Dade

Hurricane Dorian is a tropical cyclone that just impacted the Bahamas in a devastating way. Also threatening the Southeastern United States coastline causing a panic among the Miami Dade...

Deaf Bible Society Celebrates Progress

The Deaf Bible Society announced that 28 sign languages have parts of the Scripture translated and available on the Deaf Bible App and website.

Truckers’ Strike in Brazil Derails Mission Trip

The ten day, nationwide truckers' strike in Brazil that brought South America's economy to a screeching halt this month ended, but the impact is still being felt here the United States.

Gossip: When Words Fly

Surprisingly, and most unfortunately, it happens at our churches and even in our prayer meetings. What could be so prevalent and unseemly? Gossip. Ironically, it’s the sin that no one ever wants to talk about!

National Day of Prayer Thursday, May 3, 2018

The National Day of Prayer was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman. Each year since its genesis, the president has signed a proclamation, encouraging all Americans to pray on this day.

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.
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Christians, Muslims and Jews to Worship in One Building in Germany

What was thought to be a dream would now turn into reality when three religions share one building to worship in Germany. The House of One will bring Christians, Muslims and Jews under one roof.

Christian Booksellers Face 2021 with Hope

A new survey found that Christian booksellers in the country are optimistic for 2021 despite the challenges brought by the pandemic to the publishing industry.

Christians Mark Lent with Ashes Sprinkled Over Head

Christians mark the start of Lent with the tradition of receiving blessed ashes smudged to the forehead on Ash Wednesday, but it has been replaced with the ashes being sprinkled on a devotee's head because of the Covid-19 pandemic.