Eritrea Schools Told to Remove Crosses as Private Schools Go Public

Eritrea’s security forces shot at protesters, using live ammunition, in the capital Asmara on Tuesday October 31 during a protest against the government’s plans to turn all schools public. This would mean forbidding students from wearing religious items such as Christian crosses or Muslim headscarves.

Foundation: ‘Stand Up to Anti-Prayer Demands’

The Foundation for Moral Law, a Montgomery-based legal foundation established to defend religious liberty under the United States Constitution, urged Alabama school districts to resist the demands of the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) and others who are trying to drive prayer out of school athletic events.

Pray for the Persecuted Church: Nov. 5 and 12

Christian Freedom International is offering a free resource kit for churches to participate in the International Days of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. This annual event – held on the first and second Sundays of November – raises awareness of the persecution and oppression Christians around the world experience for their faith in Jesus Christ.

Christian Baker Receives Courage Award While Supreme Court Case Lingers

The Christian baker whose case is before the U.S. Supreme Court received an award this week for “courage in the face of power.”

Christians in Biblical Homeland on the Verge of Complete Extinction

Before ISIS swept across the Nineveh Plains in the summer of 2014, driving more than 100,000 Christians into exile in Kurdistan, some 5,000 Syriac-Catholic families made their homes on ancient ancestral land in the town of Quaraqosh.

Despite Threats, Mayor Stands Firm on Word of God

A Bible verse will remain on display in a US courthouse after a mayor rejected the demands of an atheist group to remove it.

Pastor Killed Outside His Own Church Faced Death Threats Leading Up to the Murder

The son of a church leader shot dead in northwestern India on Saturday (July 15) has revealed that his father had received threats that if he continued to preach, he would be killed.

US Immigration to Deport More Than 100 Christian Refugees

U.S. immigration authorities have arrested and moved to deport 199 Iraqi immigrants, mostly from the Detroit area, in the last three weeks after Iraq agreed to accept deportees as part of a deal removing it from President Donald Trump’s travel ban, officials said on Wednesday.

Group Asks Supreme Court to Defend Religious Freedom

When it comes to American Christians whose religious liberty may be infringed upon, the U.S. Constitution, First Amendment and civil rights laws clearly define what constitutes religious persecution.

26 Christians Murdered in Roadside Attack in Egypt

Gunmen attacked buses and a truck taking a group of Coptic Christians to a monastery in southern Egypt on Friday, killing 26 people and wounding 25 others, witnesses and the Health Ministry said.

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