- Jan 25, 2020
If by February 19, 2020, Nigerian teen, Leah Sharibu doesn’t regain her freedom, she will have spent exactly two years in Boko Haram captivity.
Two missionary priests in Southeast Asia believe that anti-Christian persecution has “strengthened the prophetic role of Church.”
Britain’s Foreign Office is lighting its offices red in a sign of solidarity with the world’s persecuted Christians.
A new report says Christians are faring better in conflict-ravaged regions in the Middle East, but the precarious situation means the Church could vanish in places like Syria and Iraq if Islamist groups mounted another campaign in the region.
An ongoing crisis in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon is seriously affecting the religious life in the region, according to a new report.
Christians in Burkina Faso are being forced to “flee, convert or die” by Islamist jihadists, according to the head of a Catholic aid charity.