Frontline workers in Cuba recently celebrated the baptism of more than 100 believers as God’s kingdom continues to advance amid adversity and opposition.
In April, Boko Haram seized control of 42 communities in eastern Niger State, hoisting its flag a mere two-hour drive from Abuja, Nigeria’s federal capital.
Shenzhen Christian Han Li, who had been sentenced to one year and three months in prison for selling Bible players, was released on 1 October.
Believers in a community in Bangladesh are requesting prayer after assailants destroyed their homes and attacked the women in the community.
In the early hours of 5 July, gunmen invaded Bethel Baptist High School, Damishi, in Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State, Nigeria, and kidnapped an estimated 121 students.
A Pentecostal pastor was arrested last Tuesday after distributing evangelical pamphlets and Bibles in Lalas village, Himachal Pradesh.
It is well known that the North Korean regime has no tolerance for religion, but a recent report by the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) details how the Workers Party of Korea led by Kim Jong Un targets and tortures Christians and other people of faith while going to great lengths to conceal its crimes.
At noon on 28 September, Niu Yunjie, a Christian from a house church in Wenshui County, was taken away by police officers.
While weeding the family vegetable farm on the hillside with her children, Ada stood a moment in the morning sun, watching their work. “Julius, too rough.
Each year, our Christmas Care project ensures many children in restricted nations receive a gift at Christmas.
Among the Christian women in the work camp was a sister named Lidia, who worked very hard to cut the required number of trees.
Brother Amir was travelling with his wife and a friend when he received a phone call from a member of an Islamist group.