2 of 3 pastors: Schools a 'negative influence' on spirituality
A nationwide study shows that approximately two out of three Protestant pastors believe that schools are detrimentally affecting the spiritual development of students.
The head of an evangelical seminary says the mainstream media has been fixated on the murderous rampage in New Zealand that left dozens of Muslims dead, but has completely ignored the brutal murder of even more Christians at the hands of Muslim extremists in Africa.
Christians in Pakistan are facing more violent mob attacks at the hands of enraged Muslims – and in most cases, it all starts with a false accusation of blasphemy.
The rarely-discussed topic of religious freedom was highlighted recently at the United Nations.
Unchecked religious intolerance in the Pakistani educational system is being blamed for the stabbing of a Christian student.
Google is now being pressured to remove a blasphemy app available on the Google Play Store – an app that was created to streamline blasphemy and heresy reports in Jakarta, Indonesia.
A persecution watchdog group is concerned about increased dangers for Christians in parts of Myanmar, also known as Burma.
In the midst of increased persecution of Christians around the world, a country on the Persian Gulf in the Middle East appears to be demonstrating how to implement religious freedom.
A mission organization is mourning the death of one of its field partners in Myanmar.
The climate for Christians in Russia is certainly far better now than what it was in the days behind the Iron Curtain, but Christ-followers there still face some challenges.
As freedom for Aasia Bibi has been confirmed, her fellow believers are now being reminded to pray for the safety of other Christians in Pakistan.
Money and trade status may have been factors in the acquittal of Aasia Bibi in Pakistan.
According to researchers on the ground in some of the world's most dangerous countries for Christians, women face twice as many types of persecution as men.
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