November 2009 Headlines
There are still more than 2,200 people groups without a Bible in their own language, according to Wycliffe Bible translators.
In Paraguay, a single mother watched a report about an abandoned and mistreated baby girl. That heart-tugging story launched Patricia Bozzano on an extraordinary adventure.
Four hundred years ago, English settlers arrived on the shores of America with a revolutionary idea: to create a new society based on the laws of the Bible.
A prominent human rights attorney who'd just returned to China after four weeks in the U.S. was arrested in Beijing Thursday.
Last week, several hundred Christians from North America held a prayer summit in Jerusalem.
Evangelical prisoners released after nearly 12 years behind bars are now protesting the lack of justice for their remaining companions still in jail.
A 15-year-old Egyptian girl recently wrote a letter to President Obama describing the persecution of Christians in her country and asking for his help.
Rowdy Muslims with machetes and clubs came ready to destroy the church and hurt the congregation.
Joy mixes with disappointment as 28 of 57 convicted in Chiapas remain in prison.
Iran's Revolutionary Guards have forced the nation's largest official church to close its doors on Fridays.
Concern grows that Hindu terrorists could become more apt to target Christians.