May 2009 Headlines
In the South American nation of Bolivia, a deadly disease is spreading through mosquito bites.
A new generation of missionary bush planes is now heading to Papua New Guinea and other remote parts of the world.
Iraq has lost more than half the Christians who once called the country home, and few who fled have plan to return.
Two Colorado men-- one nearly killed and the other given jail time-- are sharing a story of forgiveness and second chances.
Hundreds of children are getting free surgeries in the U.S., thanks to the Children's Heart Project, sponsored by the Christian charity Samaritan's Purse.
Read a summary of this week's stories affecting the global church.
The world economic crisis is inflaming human rights abuses around the world, according to a new report from Amnesty International.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said "the Holocaust is the West's Achilles heel and its biggest weakness."
Kim Seung-min escaped from the clutches of North Korea in the mid 1990s. He shares his story to highlight the plight of people living in the Hermit Kingdom.
Both Sri Lanka and India saw victories this week, and one Christian says it gives the church a chance now, more than ever, to make a difference.
Next weekend Christians worldwide will participate in the annual Global Day of Prayer, and in the UK, people are seeing just how prayer changes.
A Christian agriculturist is helping in poor villages in Cambodia-- turning what used to be killing fields into fields of hope and life.
It's the maiden voyage for the Africa Mercy, a converted ferry that recently entered service as the world's largest privately-run hospital ship.
The world's largest democracy is counting votes this week after a month-long election, and the outcome could dramitically impact India's Christians.
Whether they're delivering New Testaments or transporting missionaries, airplanes have been crucial to the work of spreading the gospel
A Cuban pastor will finally face trial next week in the city of Camaguey, Cuba, after spending a whole year in prison.
Bail denied to Christian activist for his own safety; judge also under fire.
China's Communist Party is recognizing the role Christianity can play in the modernization of China.
The definition of marriage as the union of a man a woman will soon be added to the constitution of El Salvador.
Thursday is the National Day of Prayer and major events are planned at the U.S. Capitol. But unlike the last eight years of the Bush administration, the White House will not hold a big event.
While deaths are still relatively low, fears that the outbreak could become a pandemic has global health officials on edge.
In Pakistan, the the Taliban's growing strength is endangering Christians.
North Korea has long been recognized as one of the world's worst abusers of religious freedom.