Farshid Fathi is an Iranian Christian pastor that has been imprisoned in Iran since December 26, 2010. Fathi was sentenced to seven yeIn the past two months, civil society groups have moved 240 Syrian refugees away from religious persecution and into Belgium, one of several European countries that have chosen to take in the refugees with the intentions of granting them asylum. ars in prison for the crimes of Christian faith and ministry work.
The Christian community in Charleston, South Carolina has rallied around the cross as they overcome the temptation to hate the man who murdered their brothers and sisters.
Missionaries in the Muslim world are sometimes granted a glimpse of miraculous conversions like that of Saul on the road to Damascus. Terrorist groups like ISIS are indoctrinated with violence so extreme that God often uses their own theology to transform their hearts.
A traumatic past has been transformed into a bright future for Kim Phuc, the little girl who was the subject of an iconic photo taken during the Vietnam War. A survivor of a napalm attack, Phuc has turned to God for the strength to forgive.
Farshid Fathi is an Iranian Christian pastor that has been imprisoned in Iran since December 26, 2010. Fathi was sentenced to seven years in prison for the crimes of Christian faith and ministry work.
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.
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.