For their birthday, most children would want the usual things such as balloons, cakes, games, and toys as gifts. Six-year-old Jacoby Enge from Orlando, Florida, however, is not one of those kids. For his birthday, he had an unusual wish to his parents: for the Word of God to be preached by an evangelist.
Kurdish fighters battling Islamic State (ISIS) militants in Syria are still able to listen to God's Word in the middle of the battlefield, thanks to modern technology.
Lawmakers from both the Republican and Democratic parties in the United States have united to call on the government of India to ease funding restrictions it imposed on a Christian organisation based only on an accusation that it is encouraging religious conversions.
A couple from Australia has expressed criticism about how doctors they consulted in their country supposedly pressured them into aborting their child who was diagnosed with a genetic disorder.
More and more refugees from the Middle East in Germany are turning their backs on Islam and embracing Christianity because of their desire to feel loved and free, a pastor guiding the migrants through their conversions shared.
Officials of a city in the United States are standing up for their Christian faith and are poised to defy a local court ruling declaring a Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of their city hall as unconstitutional.
Can a relationship between a devout Christian believer and someone who does not believe in God work? A woman who has embraced her Christianity her entire life and ended up marrying an atheist proves that it can work.
A Christian teacher from Uganda was threatened with death and beaten until he lost consciousness by Muslim residents from his village who were angry about how he turned his back on Islam to embrace Christianity.
More and more people in Nepal are turning to Christianity ever since the predominantly Hindu nation in South Asia went secular in 2008.
Three Christians from Egypt are currently seeking refuge in Cyprus after they fled their Muslim-dominated nation because of the brutal persecution they had experienced because of their faith.
Christians are finding it difficult to live normal lives in India, the South Asian nation dominated by followers of Hinduism, a local bishop shared.
Two Christian artists based in the state of Arizona in the United States continue to fight legal woes and may end up being jailed or paying hefty fines for refusing to make invitations for homosexual unions because of their faith.
A Christmas board game that started as a crowdfunding campaign has received criticism for supposedly pitting Jesus Christ and Santa Claus against each other in a "blasphemous" manner.
The billionaire philanthropist chosen by President-elect Donald Trump to be his education secretary, Betsy DeVos, has expressed her preference in the past to give Christianity a bigger part in schooling in the United States.
The third largest church in Australia is reportedly shying away from any references to Jesus Christ and supposedly also steering clear of religious symbols as part of its rebranding and new advertising strategy.