Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni plans to sign a bill into law that prescribes life imprisonment for some homosexual acts, officials said Friday…
Two white doves that were released by children standing alongside Pope Francis as a peace gesture have been attacked by other birds.
A Christian mob killed two Muslims and set their bodies on fire in the streets of Bangui, Central African Republic, authorities said.
Jesus statute hit: The iconic statue of Christ overlooking Rio de Janeiro has been damaged during a storm.
A pregnant nun who was rushed to hospital complaining of acute stomach pains has given birth to a baby boy – and named him Francesco after the Pope.
Open Doors USA, an organization that monitors and exposes Christian persecution around the globe, has released its “2014 World Watch List” — a report that highlights and ranks the worst nations in the world to be a Christian.
A Christian living in Nazareth wants to build a 100-foot Jesus statue to help prevent the disappearance of “the Christian identity in Nazareth.”
Ugandan lawmakers just passed a controversial law that criminalizes homosexuality and calls for life imprisonment for repeat offenders.
Doctors in China kept a man’s severed hand alive for a month by attaching it to his leg, before restoring it to its usual position.
Thamsanqa Jantjie, the South African man hired by the government to provide services for the country’s deaf viewers, has apparently turned out to be a fraud. What’s more, he claims he has mental health issues, and saw angels at the stadium where Nelson Mandela’s memorial was held.
An interesting op-ed in the Philadelphia Business Journal reveals that scammers have moved on from bank accounts and fake Facebook pages to posing as popular churches, like Hillsong, to get invited speakers to send them money. Apparently, it works.
The heaviest snowfall in decades blocked roads across Israel and the West Bank Saturday, while torrential rains flooded areas of the Gaza …
Hillsong Church Cape Town took time out during Sunday services to remember the life and legacy of South African anti-apartheid activist Nelson Mandela.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a last minute decision not to participate in a memorial service for the late South African President Nelson Mandela, citing the cost of the trip.
Westboro Baptist Church is pretending it plans to fly to South Africa to protest Nelson Mandela’s funeral, suggesting the anti-apartheid leader is in hell.
Iranian-American Pastor Saeed Abedini’s case will be discussed next week by a House committee concerning his imprisonment by Tehran.
President Vladimir Putin will meet with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Monday as part of his state visit to Italy.
Typhoon Haiyan smashed across the Philippines last week, leaving thousands dead and injured and tens of thousands homeless. Amid all the rubble was one prominent fixture.
The Guardian reports: Super-typhoon Haiyan – thought to be the strongest recorded storm ever to hit land – has barreled through the Philippines with winds up to 195mph and waves as high as 19ft.
Police refuse to investigate online auction in which 18 year old described her condition as ‘new – not used’.
Christians trying to observe Communion with wine were apparently punished by Iranian authorities because drinking alcohol is banned in the Islamic country.
Indian disaster teams with Christian mission Gospel for Asia have begun a relief operation after Cyclone Phailin crashed into eastern areas, forcing up to one million people to flee.
A trial has begun in which four former members of the Seventh Day Adventist Church are accused of torture for allegedly carrying out a week-long crucifixion-style exorcism on a 19-year-old girl.
Muslims protecting Christians in Egypt? According to this photo floating around online, a group of Muslims joined hands to either prevent a Christian church from being attacked, or protect Christians (possibly inside) who were praying.
The rumor that José Luis de Jesús Miranda died has spread like wildfire on the Internet and yet there is no official version by the pseudo-Christian organization Growing in Grace who died has denied his self proclaimed “Man Christ Jesus.”
A piece of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion cross has been found at an excavation site at an ancient church in Turkey, or at least that’s what the lead archaeologist overseeing the project has told reporters. Do you believe it?
A Kenyan lawyer who is also a Roman Catholic has again asked the International Court of Justice at the Hague to consider his lawsuit against Israel, Italy and (the very dead) Pontius Pilate for their parts in the unlawful crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth. I guess Christ should have never died.
Christians put out calls for prayer Thursday as protests in Brazil headed into a third day, with hundreds of thousands massing in the streets of Rio de Janeiro and other cities.