September 2015 Headlines

Hundreds of Muslims Turning to Christ in Germany

In Germany, hundreds of Muslim refugees are turning to Christ at a Berlin church.

American Heroes in Paris Were 'Strong Christians'

According to various media reports, the three young American men who thwarted a terrorist attack in Paris are Christians.

Why Nabeel Qureshi Questioned His Muslim Faith

Nabeel Qureshi grew up a devout Muslim and always questioned Christians about their faith. Years later, when he saw another side of his faith, he held on to his belief but began running out of arguments.

Miraculous: How Suffering Made Cuba's Church Grow

How has the Cuban church really fared under years of Communist rule? Find out how the hardships and suffering have paved the way for an explosion of church planting.

Migrant Crisis Raising Tensions in Hungary, EU

The migrant crisis in Europe has intensified as hundreds of migrants refuse to register as refugees in Hungary.

Greek Coast Guard Rescues Hundreds of Migrants

The European Union is struggling to keep up with the overflow of migrants reaching its borders. Greece's coast guard says it has rescued over 750 migrants in a 24-hour period.

US Demands China Free Religious Rights Activists

The United States is demanding that China release Zhang Kai, a well-known Christian lawyer, as well as other religious figures who were detained last month.

Migrants Stranded as Hungary Rail Ban Continues

Thousands of migrants remain stuck outside Hungary's main train station Wednesday as police block them from boarding trains to Austria and Germany.

Senate Hands Obama Big Victory on Iran Deal

As Iran hardliners continue to chant "death to America," Senate Democrats managed to muster up the 34 votes needed to advance President Barack Obama's controversial Iranian nuclear agreement.

Hungary Suspends Rail Traffic to Stem Migrant Flow

Authorities in Hungary suspended all rail traffic Tuesday to prevent migrants from boarding trains to Austria and Germany.

Thailand Arrests Suspected Shrine Bomber

Thailand's prime minister says they've captured the primary suspect in the shrine bombing two weeks ago that killed 20 and injured at least 120 others.