When churches say no to the government
It isn't essential for the church to gather in a building on a Sunday morning to be the church. But is the federal government restricting our most fundamental liberties when it places limits on our gatherings?
Evangelist Franklin Graham reached some 23,700 Cambodians with the gospel message earlier this month in Phnom Penh – marking the largest Christian outreach ever held in the kingdom.
Gospel for Asia launched its "Hope to Forgotten Ones" Christmas campaign last week in an effort to save thousands of Asia's poorest children from a life of misery – through sharing the gift of Jesus Christ's "love and hope."
Two well-known organizations have partnered to further the goal of reaching the unreached worldwide.
An American doctor is fighting for the health and well-being of patients in an area of Sudan that's no stranger to violence.
After four were fatally gunned down at a Naval Air Station in Florida and a police officer met the same fate in Alabama last week, chaplains from the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team (RRT) ministered to the mourning communities.
Prison Fellowship International – founded by the late world-renown evangelist Chuck Colson – is going global in a new way with its Global Capacity Initiative, which unleashes an intensified level of support to Prison Fellowship ministries to help them be more fruitful.
For those living in a Muslim island nation and various parts of West Africa, being a Christian means one is marked for death – and those who translate the Bible will likely never return to their homes again … alive.
A mission agency is challenging Christian families to reject the commercialization of Christmas and instead focus on those in poverty who have never heard why the Christ-child came to earth.
The underground Church is flourishing in the Middle East, where a steady supply of freshly printed Bibles is reaching the populace.
A Christian missions organization says truly following Christ could eradicate poverty worldwide.
A ministry that has reached out to persecuted Christians is encouraging the Church to encourage missionaries during Christmas.
Nearly two months after Hurricane Dorian devastated the Bahamas, a recovery worker says the clean-up is still far from over.
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