Powerful tornadoes ripped through southern Mississippi late last month, bringing death and destruction to many places.
People who try to discourage women from having abortions are now virtually considered criminals in France.
Seven new Earths? As in seven new habitable worlds?
British citizen Jamal al-Harith stunned his Christian family when he blew himself up in a suicide bombing mission carried out in behalf of the Islamic State (ISIS) earlier this month against Iraqi forces near Mosul.
Catholics in a rush in Ireland on Ash Wednesday will be able to receive the traditional blessing with the sign of the cross in ash on their foreheads in a drive-through form after an innovation by a church.
After the deaths, tortures and horrific extremes of Islamic State, a giant cross has risen on a hill outside Mosul in Iraq, an extraordinary symbol of the return of life and hope.
This Islamist radical intensely hated Christians. Named Ismail, this Muslim man from a South Asian country had attacked Christian churches, stoned preachers, and nearly killed a pastor by running over him using his motorised rickshaw, according to Bibles for Mideast. But years later, this man is now a devout follower of Jesus.
An actual search for the Ark of the Covenant is set to begin.
The UK's Department for International Development (DFID) will provide £200m in emergency aid to South Sudan and Somalia. Christian Aid has welcomed the news, while the former Archbishop of Canterbury has said millions more are 'on the edge of survival'.
Christians groups in Norway have launched a campaign to employ undocumented migrants, despite the practice being illegal.