Driven from their African homes by extreme poverty, thousands of migrant women and children are pushing ahead in their journey of hope to Europe despite the horrors that await them along the way.
The Sudanese government has not officially announced it. However, a pastor who was once wrongfully imprisoned in the country has revealed that Khartoum has virtually “declared war against Christians.”
In China, buying or selling Christian reading materials could be enough ground to land believers in jail.
This week in Amman, Jordan, World Vision is partnering with Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Cisco and other big tech companies to try to bring a new approach to educating the many thousands of child refugees who have seen their futures sacrificed to war.
Pope Francis has given an exclusive interview to an Italian magazine run by the homeless – the equivalent of the UK's Big Issue.
Islamist extremism is rising in the Philippines, prompting Christians to sound the alarm, the World Watch Monitor (WWM) reported.
Powerful tornadoes ripped through southern Mississippi late last month, bringing death and destruction to many places.
As Coptic Christians continue to flee for their lives from the threat of ISIS in Egypt, the head of the Coptic Church in the UK has called out the 'horrific attacks' that have claimed 40 lives in the last three months.
God's people are again on the move in Egypt—not much different from the events that happened during Moses' time as written in the book of Exodus.
Coptic Christians in Egypt are being forced to flee their homes after increasingly violent and direct attacks from ISIS that have killed seven since January. Christian Today spoke with Bishop Angaelos, the General Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the UK, about the crisis.