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Sudanese Christians Slowly Gaining Religious Freedom

Christians in Sudan are in awe at the changes two years post-revolution have brought to religious minorities in the country.

Feast of Chinese Martyrs Celebrated

Christians in China celebrated on July 9th the feast day of Chinese Martyrs, 120 people persecuted for their faith and killed between 1648 and 1930.

UK Charities Launch Video Series to Inspire Christians

Two Christian charities in the UK have teamed up to highlight the global church response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

First Christian Day Celebrated in India

Christians in India launched a national day to promote unity among believers amid heightened persecution in the country.

Swiss Free Churches Supported 180,000 People

A recent study showed that free churches in Switzerland have supported thousands of people in the country and, as a result, helped the government save money during the pandemic.

Fires Destroy Two Churches in Canada’s Indigenous Reserves

Canada mourns as two more Catholic churches located in Indigenous communities were burned overnight.

5,500 Young Persecuted Christians Apply for Croatian Scholarships

Croatia received 5,500 applications after announcing a scholarship program for young persecuted Christians from developing countries in the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

Single Christians in the UK Laud Church Response in Pandemic

A recent survey of single Christians in the UK revealed that they are satisfied with how their churches responded to the Covid-19 pandemic.

UK Mulls Law to Prevent Terror Attacks on Churches

The UK government has opened a consultation to know the public\'s opinion on making it mandatory for houses of worship to set up new security measures to prevent terror attacks.

Global Faith Leaders Call for Vaccine Equity

Humanitarian and faith leaders around the world signed a joint declaration calling for "equitable vaccine distribution."