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A sharp increase in violence against Christians worldwide brings renewed urgency to the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
When Jim Garlow found out his wife had more than 100 tumors, he sat at home alone and wept. As he looked around the house, everything reminded him of Carol.
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association has responded to rising criticism from people accusing the Rev. Billy Graham of becoming too political by praising GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Seven Christians from the Church of Iran denomination have been imprisoned following a raid by members of the security services on a house in the city of Shiraz in Fars Province.
The Reverend Everald Galbraith, president of the Jamaica Methodist District, was stumped by the data contained in the Population and Housing Census 2011 depicting the steady decline in Jamaicans who are aligning themselves with his denomination.
A new poll shows a significant rise of atheism in America. The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life shows that nearly 20 percent of those surveyed said they are atheist or agnostic.
Many "mainstream" Protestant leaders have sent a letter to members of Congress demanding that US aid to Israel be stopped based on a variety of specious reasons. These same leaders have been involved in a multiyear dialogue with Jewish community leaders and their unannounced, unilateral actions have caused a high level of anger and outrage. After all the efforts to gain mutual understanding on many issues between the Christian and Jewish communities, this letter has undermined the very spirit of that dialogue and would suggest to some that the Christian leaders were not participating in good faith. The result of these actions have caused at least one Jewish group to pull out of an upcoming meeting; others will likely pull out as well.
A convicted felon was sentenced to death Tuesday for killing a pastor and severely beating the pastor's secretary in their North Texas church.
'What if it's this Sunday?' questioned congregation, yet did not give into fear