Churches in Zambia have cancelled services to prevent the spread of cholera. The Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) announced that services in the capital are not allowed "to hold church programs on Sunday and any other day until further notice," reports Anglican News.
Chinese authorities have blown up a Christian church on January 9, 2018. Police from the inland province of Shanxi detonated dynamites and used heavy machinery to demolish the church which they claimed was illegally constructed.
On January 12, 2010, Haiti was struck by a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake. It is estimated that over 200,000 lives were lost while hundreds of thousands of survivors were displaced. Today, January 12, 2018, marks the 8-year anniversary of that earthquake.
Churches in South Korea are finding new ways to attract more congregants.
Israel's Ministry of Tourism announced that 3.6 million tourists visited the country in 2017. Twenty-five percent of them went for religious purposes, reports Israeli financial newspaper Globes English.
China has banned all Christian-related activities in the country. Government officials have been implementing various edicts to prevent Christians from practicing their faith.
Three hundred million people are now using the popular Bible App, YouVersion, according to Premier.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) vowed to include more religious-themed shows in its programming.
A new research has found that many British households are favoring Christmas traditions from other European countries instead of the old holiday customs, Premier...
Pakistani security forces are on heightened alert after two suicide bombers attacked on December 17, 2017 a church in Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan province, reports Premier.