Sichuan Authorities in China Arrest 100 Christians Without Reason

Around 100 leaders and seminary students from Early Rain Covenant Church in Chengdu, Sichuan were arrested on between the night of Dec. 9 and the morning of Dec. 11.

WCC Condemns Killing of Catholic Priests

World Council of Churches general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit condemned the killing of two Catholic priests, one in South Sudan and another, less than one week later, in Cameroon.

ACLJ Releases Petition to Free Wrongfully Imprisoned U.S. Pastor

Last week, the American Law and Justice Center (ACLJ) published a petition to release John Cao, a U.S. pastor imprisoned in China on fabricated organizing illegal border crossing charges.

2 Christian Teachers Shot to Death While Trying to Escape Fire

Two Christian school teachers were killed in an attack by suspected Al-Shabaab militants in Kenya’s Mandera County, near the Somali border, last week.

Atlanta Settles With Fire Chief Who Preached Bold, Biblical Truth

It is a good day for religious liberty in America.

The city of Atlanta has agreed to settle a lawsuit with a former fire chief who was fired for writing a Bible study book for Christian men that some thought was anti-gay.

“The Right to Be Christian in a Gay Rights America”

Elreta Dodds’ latest Christian apologetic book, “The Right to Be Christian in a Gay Rights America” (paperback) provides a biblical and constitutional defense against the persecution of Christians who do not support homosexuality and explains why their non-endorsement is a question of faith and religion, not of homophobia and bigotry. Dodds’ intent is not to castigate gays or inflame emotions, but to present a convincing argument as to why many Christians believe they cannot support the gay lifestyle.

Turkey Releases Pastor Brunson

Family Research Council President Tony Perkins, in his capacity as a Commissioner on the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, attended this morning’s hearing near Izmir, Turkey where Pastor Andrew Brunson was released to return to the United States. The pastor spent nearly two years in prison before being transferred in July to house arrest. The Trump administration had imposed sanctions on two Turkish officials who were linked to the arrest and detention of the pastor along with other economic actions against the Turkish government.

New Book: ‘The Right to be Christian’

Elreta Dodds’ new book, “The Right to Be Christian in a Gay Rights America” (paperback) provides a biblical and constitutional defense against the persecution of Christians who do not support homosexuality and explains why their non-endorsement is a question of faith and religion, not of homophobia and bigotry. Dodds’ intent is not to castigate gays or inflame emotions, but rather to present a convincing argument as to why many Christians believe they cannot support the gay lifestyle.

Christian Girl About to Die at the Hands of Terrorists?

Saifura Khorsa and Leah Sharibu—these are the real faces of global Christian persecution.

Popular COGOP Minister Shot to Death in His Church

A Church of God of Prophecy minister was gunned down at his own church in Jamaica, according to reports.

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