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Vietnam Opens First Christian Public Library

The first Christian public library in Vietnam has opened in July after waiting six months to get the approval of several agencies of Vietnam's Communist Government.

Honduras Moves to Ban Abortion Permanently

Lawmakers in Honduras are set to ban abortion permanently in the country and make it virtually impossible to legalize it in the future.

Denmark will Ask Faith Groups to Translate Sermons into Danish Language

A proposed law in Denmark seeks to ask all religious groups in the country to translate their sermons and messages into Danish language.

UK Teens Turn to God During Pandemic

A new study of Britain’s Generation Z or those in their late teens and early 20s, showed that they are more likely to believe in God than are Millennials, those in their late 20s and 30s.

Church Shares the Gospel with Narnia Display

Cornerstone Church in Nottingham transformed its auditorium into the magical world of Narnia.

Religious Groups in Spain Condemn Euthanasia Bill

Six religious groups in Spain gathered together to present a joint manifesto condemning the imminent approval of a euthanasia law early next year.

France to Review Limits on Church Attendance

France's State Council, the country's highest court, has ordered the government to review a law limiting the attendance at religious services to 30.

UK Releases Guidelines for Christmas Church Services

As the UK lifts its second lockdown on December 2, the government has released guidelines for the Christmas season about how to lessen the risk of Coronavirus infection.

Palestine to Limit Christmas Celebrations Due to Covid-19

The Palestinian Health Ministry has advised reducing Christmas festivities in Bethlehem to safeguard the health of the public.

Christians Should Reject Covid-19 Conspiracies, Say German Evangelicals

Evangelical Christians in Germany called on believers to avoid conspiracy theories about Covid-19 which start misinformation and distrust among people.