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Christian families have fled their homes in the Jharkhand state of India after threats from angry Hindus.
According to Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), seven families left Masiya Mahuwatoli village on 12 June after about 200 villagers tried to force them …
California is well known as one of the most liberal states in the US, but now that tolerance has turned to intolerance.
The California State Assembly has passed a resolution forcing church leaders to endorse LGBT ideology.
Assemblyman Evan Low, …
Last updated on June 4th, 2019 at 04:31 pm
by John Petley
Providence is the term used to describe God’s gifts to all mankind, saint or sinner. It is important to note that in a fallen world, these gifts do come from God, but are blessings with blemishes.
Last updated on May 28th, 2019 at 06:17 pm
Campaigner Luke de Pulford has accused the Foreign Office of having a “blind spot” over suffering Christians, which could be seen in its treatment of Asia Bibi.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has reportedly offered Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas $10 billion to accept President Trump’s much-awaited Middle East peace plan, to be unveiled following the conclusion of Ramadan on June 4. But the offer was apparently …
Israel’s UN Ambassador Danny Danon dramatically held up the Bible as the ‘deed’ to their land during a special session of the United Nations Security Council.
Tasked with the job of proving the case for Jewish connection to the Holy …
Last updated on August 6th, 2019 at 11:51 pm
Teen TV series ‘13 Reasons Why’ is accused of encouraging suicides
Youth suicides rose dramatically after the release of Netflix TV series ‘13 Reasons Why’, according to the US National Institutes …
AS DEATHS from the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) passed 1,000 in early May, churches are playing a vital role in counteracting the virus.
The outbreak, which began in August 2018, is the second deadliest in history. The World Health Organisation says mistrust and violence are hampering the battle against the disease.