The European Union reportedly tests a digital identity program for its citizens this year that critics fear could lead to the continent’s “Chinafication,” where Christians suffer.
Christians expressed mounting concern Friday about the whereabouts of a missing missionary abducted in Ukraine by invading Russian troops.
A Ukrainian missionary of a U.S.-backed aid group has been abducted by Russian forces near Ukraine’s besieged city of Mariupol, several sources confirmed Thursday.
A bishop leading the first Christian TV network in Zanzibar has received government permission to broadcast its first Christmas programs on the Muslim-majority archipelago.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo suggested in an interview that President Donald Trump may have been sent by God to save the Jewish people, and said he was ‘confident that the Lord is at work here.’
Televangelist Pat Robertson is recovering after suffering an embolic stroke.
Amid destroyed churches and the stench of human death, native Christians prayed for Haiti Sunday, January 24, and one believer said it was a miracle he had been found alive a full 11 days after the magnitude 7.0 earth quake shook his nation.
A Palestinian-American evangelical pastor remained in Jerusalem Tuesday, November 6, after fleeing from the nearby West Bank city of Ramallah where, he said, he received death threats because of his Christian activities.
(STOKE-ON-TRENT, UK (ANS) – UCB Europe has called for a day or prayer and fasting on Sunday April 22 from its over three hundred thousand supporters across the UK and Ireland.
ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA (January 11, 2001) – IRR-TV (INTERNATIONAL RUSSIAN RADIO/TV) has just made history by airing the first-ever Christmas marathon on secular television in St. Petersburg, Russia.
NICOSIA, CYPRUS (NOVEMBER 6, 2000) — Despite political tensions in the Middle East, broadcasters from the Mediterranean island of Cyprus gathered in Lebanon, October 26 – 28, to discuss the future of Christian broadcasting in the region. Some 80 or so partners and associates of SAT-7, a dynamic television service for the Christians of the Middle East and North Africa, met last week at the beautiful Al Bustan Hotel in Beit Meri, Lebanon.