Chinese Christian human rights advocate Gao Shisheng has been missing for months. Todd Nettleton of The Voice of the Martyrs is calling on China's government to release information on his whereabouts.
Sharing the gospel in a Muslim country can be challenging and at times dangerous. In Turkey, where most people are Muslim, one radio station has the unique opportunity to openly broadcast the gospel message. George Thomas reports.
One year after a devastating earthquake, the Chinese people are still trying to recover, and they're getting help from a Christian ministry.
North Korea has long been recognized as one of the world's worst abusers of religious freedom. This week in Washington, D.C., North Korean defectors and human rights activists came together to bring attention to the situation.
They called a time of death on Jeff. Then, his doctor heard the Lord say, 'Pray for him.'
Phil and Kay Robertson of the hit A&E television program Duck Dynasty join Terry Meeuwsen to share how their faith has been integral to their success.
The graffiti on a building in Belgium says it all: "Welcome to 'Belgistan." In fact, some are now calling it the Muslim capital of Europe.