Churches in the east of Ukraine are experiencing increasing intimidation. Authorities have blocked many churches in the region from accessing electricity and water, and prohibited some Christian material, including the book of John.
Tags: Africa,Prayer News,Sudan
The Human Rights Watch released a report last month revealing that over 250 people have lost their lives as a result of Islamic extremism in...
Earlier this month, extremist group Boko Haram kidnapped the Adamawa state chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria. Last week, they executed him.
Experts have expressed concern as the Chinese government plan to introduce new laws ensuring tighter restrictions and monitoring of all religious activity.
Open Doors has just released the 2020 World Watch List, showing the 50 most dangerous countries to follow Jesus. This is a chance to be informed of the extent of persecution, to be confronted by its nature, and to ultimately be encouraged by those who have truly counted the cost of following Jesus.
This week marks the 30th anniversary of the demise of the Berlin Wall, and the fall of the Soviet Union. With this, the indigenous Christian population in Central Asia began to grow.
A month ago, the conflict in northern Syria escalated when Turkish troops attacked Kurdish-led forces. Following a ceasefire agreement, the immediate situation has defused, though many experts warn of longer-term consequences for Christians in the region.