Yvette Oulai’s husband was a Christian pastor before he died seven years ago from an unknown illness.
In 2017, Naser Navard Gol-Tapeh was sentenced to ten years in prison for allegedly “acting against national security through the formation and establishment of an illegal church organisation in his home.”
After more than eight years in captivity, two of the girls kidnapped from a school in Chibok, Nigeria, have managed to gain their freedom.
Earlier this year, a mob of Muslims attacked a Christian family.
As four Christian families gathered for worship in eastern India’s Jharkhand state in February 2018, about 150 Hindu nationalists did everything they could to stop them.
Not all attacks on Christians in India occur during worship services. Sometimes radical Hindus target a single, influential member of a local church.
Sukbati and Unga don’t know one another, but they have several things in common: both live in Odisha state, India; both have a strong faith in Jesus Christ; and both have suffered great loss at the hands of those opposed to their faith.
Since accepting Christ, Minh Bao* and his family have been subjected to harassment and persecution because of their faith.
Since the opening days of the war, Gennadiy Mokhnenko, a chaplain in Ukraine’s military, and his band of brothers have rescued thousands trapped between Ukrainian and Russian forces.
In early June, Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party (CPV) published two draft decrees concerning the implementation of a repressive Law on Belief and Religion and the punishments that can be imposed for breaking this law.
Sahid and his wife, Memona, lived with their six children in a small Hindu village in Pakistan.
According to church tradition, 29 June marks the martyrdom of the Apostle Paul. Christians around the world will take time on that day to honour the legacy of those who have sacrificed their lives for the advancement of the Gospel. This year, we would like to honour Pastor Philip Msasa.