By Aaron Sseruyigo Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development Permanent Secretary, Mr Pius Bigirimana has told journalists that government is investigating reports that Ugandan women seeking employment as domestic workers in Oman, are being trafficked and sold as slaves. ...Read More »
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By Agencies USA – After years of imprisonment that sparked an international furor, Turkey has ...
By Christian Today Kim Jong-un would like the Pope to visit North Korea, according to a statement fr...
By Agencies Christian Broadcasting Network has launched CBN News Channel, the first 24-hour Christia...
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BEIJING — China’s government is ratcheting up a crackdown on Christian congregations in Beijing and several provinces, destroying crosses, burning bibles, shutting churches and ordering Christian believers to sign papers renouncing their faith, according to pastors and a group that monitors ...Read More »
USA – The Trump administration has reopened the asylum cases of nearly three dozen Indonesian Christian immigrants who face the possibility of deportation back to a country where they could be persecuted, the Christian Post has reported. On Wednesday, 44 ...Read More »
Over 234,000 people have signed a change.org petition that calls on Netflix to cancel their new series ‘Insatiable’ on the grounds that it among others mocks Christians, sexualises Jesus and the Holy Spirit. The series is described by Netflix as “a dark, twisted revenge comedy” and ...Read More »
Most Christians traditionally worship on Sunday. Sunday worship is partly attributed to Sabbatarianism, the view that one day of the week should be reserved for faith observance and worship, as required by Old Testament laws regarding the Sabbath (Exodus 20:8, 31:12–18). ...Read More »
Officials in Nigeria have stopped operations for a Christian orphanage and evacuated (fifteen) 15 of its children, amid ongoing investigations of a child that was allegedly stolen at Christ Embassy Church, Oregun, Lagos and found at the orphanage in Benin, ...Read More »
By Aaron Sseruyigo A Nigerian Christian schoolgirl who remains in captivity because she refuses to denounce Christ and convert to Islam is calling on her government to fight for her release. Leah Sharibu, 15, was the only Christian ...Read More »
By Agencies The USA White House hosted a dinner on Monday (Aug. 27) for about 100 Christian leaders and senior-level officials, honoring evangelicals, as one participant explained, “for all the good work they do.” Calling America “a nation of believers,” ...Read More »
Christians in Kenya are coming up to challenge a group of atheists who are demanding for their own national holiday in which they can proclaim that God does not exist and hold “godless parades.” The group, under its umbrella ...Read More »
By Agencies An Iranian court has sentenced 12 Christians to one year in prison for holding house worship meetings and evangelizing — crimes that Iran considers to be “propaganda activities.” The Iranian Christian news agency Mohabat News reports that a Christian ...Read More »