June 2009 Headlines
New Zealand is home to Shine TV -- the country's premiere Christian television station.
In southern Philippines, Abu Sayyaf terrorists linked to al Qaeda have again stepped up their kidnapping-for-ransom activities.
Christians in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, have seen more than their share of persecution.
On Tuesday, a Christian teacher shot and killed by Islamic extremists, was remembered as a man who had a "deep love" for the people he taught.
Iranian protesters are charging fraud after a suspicious election count handed a sweeping election victory to Ahmadinejad.
Christians in Nepal are on edge waiting to see if a militant Hindu group will make good on its threat to kill more believers.
Young people are being called back to Christ in Scotland as 100 churches gathered for evangelism.
They live simply, dress plainly and refuse to use many modern conveniences.
Some 6,000 young Christians recently invaded the streets and parks of Oaxaca, Mexico, to pray and share the gospel with its people.
U.S. President Barack Obama addressed the immigration issue at the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast this week.
The China Aid Association reports Public Security Bureau officials arrested and tortured Gao in September 2007 because of his human rights activities.
Christian nurses from Germany were on a short-term hospital internship.
Politicians in the United Kingdom are under fire from all directions.
North Korea is one of the most repressive regimes in the world where there is no political or religious freedom.
Read a summary of this week's stories affecting the global church.
Christianity has existed in Egypt six centuries longer than Islam, yet Christians are only about 12 percent of the total population.
A young Christian convert in Ethiopia mourning the sudden death of her baby boy was shocked to learn his body had been dug up.