This Sunday, 5 May, marks the beginning of Ramadan. For a month, Muslims abstain from food and drink between sunrise and sunset in order to...
While the world has its eyes on the tragedy in Sri Lanka, the church in Nigeria also suffered a series of attacks during the Easter period.
At Easter, persecution increases for Christians around the world in both severity and likelihood. This Easter was no different.
Last week, on 3 April, the full extent of Sharia law went into effect in Brunei, making this South East Asian country even more dangerous for Christians.
Malaysian pastor Raymond Koh was abducted with the involvement of state agents, the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUKAHAM) declared on 3 April, following a year-long inquiry into Pastor Koh’s disappearance.
Wednesday 13 February marked two years since the abduction of Malaysian Pastor Raymond Koh. On the anniversary, his family made a plea to the Malaysian Prime Minister to order a new investigation into his kidnapping.
A first-of-its-kind event took place on 5 February in Abu Dhabi. Over 120,000 Christians filled a stadium for the first Papal mass ever held in the Arabian Peninsula.