Fifty years ago, the Sawi people of Papua, Indonesia, were violent headhunters and cannibals, hostile to neighboring tribes and isolated from the outside world. Today, 85 percent of the tribe identifies itself as Christian
A senior mission leader in India has been abducted by a terrorist group. On July 23, around 7 p.m., Pastor Ponnachan George was kidnapped by five armed terrorists from the Bible school campus operated by Gospel for Asia in the Karbi Anglong district of Assam, India.
Since 2005 the Healing Channel, Trinity Broadcasting Network's exclusive Arabic language television network, has been beaming life-changing Christian programming to the over 280 million Muslims and Arabic speaking people in the Middle East, Europe, and elsewhere throughout the world.
Human rights activist Majed El Shafie, President and Founder of One Free World International, has been awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for his ongoing work fighting for freedom of religion and the rights of minorities around the world.
A Christian newspaper editor and house church leader sentenced in 2002 to 15 years' imprisonment for "intentional assault" was released almost five years before the end of her prison term as the result of a world-wide letter-writing campaign and other international efforts on her behalf.
The Open Doors 2012 World Watch List has a familiar look to it. North Korea tops the list for the 10th straight time as the country where Christians face the most severe persecution, while Islamic-majority countries represent nine of the top 10 and 38 of the 50 countries
While Haiti's earthquake survivors have been growing increasingly frustrated with the slow process of getting food, water and medical treatment, many Christian relief organizations have been quick to respond to Haiti's desperate need.