Charleston, South Carolina is in mourning after 9 members of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church were killed on Wednesday June 17th during a Bible study.
Archives for June 2015
On the first week of June, Saed Abedini was again beaten by his fellow prisoners. Abedini, an Iranian-American pastor who was arrested on July 28, 2012, has suffered multiple beatings and tortures during his imprisonment.
On Monday June 15, 2015 Elisabeth Elliot died at the age of 88. Elisabeth Elliot is best known for her missionary work in East Ecuador during the 1950s and her impact on the evangelical world.
In Kabul, Afghanistan a movement towards gender equality is making strides with the launch of HeForShe, a worldwide campaign started by the U.N.
SAT-7, a Christian satellite television ministry in the Middle East, has launched a program which gives women a voice to express the discrimination and problems they face.
Hear stories from around the world from a Christian perspective.
What could change the entire belief system of hundreds of thousands all at once? What could make someone who has already chosen to die, choose to live?
Myriam, an Iraqi girl whose video went viral for forgiving ISIS after they drove her family out of Iraq, has been reunited with her best friend after months of not knowing if she was alive.
Multiple boats with thousands of Rohingya refugees estimated on board, all sit idle off the coasts of Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia in the Andaman sea. The thousands of Rohingya took to the seas months ago to escape the persecution they felt in their own country.
In one of the most hostile countries to Christianity in the world, one Christian man says God spoke to him in a dream and told him to help persecuted Pakistani Christians.