This Sunday, 3 November, is International Day Of Prayer. It’s a chance for us to unite globally as one body and one Church as we pray with our persecuted brothers and sisters.
As China continues to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic, the lavish celebrations mask the increasing difficulties that religious minorities...
As conflict escalates in northern Syria, 40,000 to 50,000 Christians are caught up in its midst.
A believer in Central Asia has been attacked by his extended family after they found out about his faith in Jesus.
A Christian woman has begun serving a one-year prison sentence in one of Iran’s most notorious prisons. Authorities arrested Fatemeh and charged her with “propaganda against the regime.”
Seven secondary schools run by religious minorities, including Christians, have been targeted and seized by authorities. Security forces stormed the school compounds and demanded the handover of control.
A mob of 100 people attacked a pastor’s house while he and his family slept, completely destroying their home and property.
We’re fast approaching the midpoint of 2019. At this time of year, we always take stock and see where we are at in meeting our commitment to the persecuted church.