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Israeli archaeologists have uncovered an ancient church they believe marks the burial site of the Prophet Zechariah.
Christian World News: February 11, 2011
On this week's Christian World News: What the future holds for Egypt's Christians, President Obama speaks openly about his faith, remembering the martyr who stood up to Hitler, and more.
U.S. President Barack Obama, gave Americans a rare glimpse into his personal faith at the National Prayer Breakfast this week. The President said he waits on God morning and night...and relies on Him for strength.
Christians in the Revolution
On this week's Christian World News, more on the U.S. Missionary killed in Mexico, one man's mission to bring revival to England, a day of prayer set for Pakistani Christians, and more.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have their sights set on another Super Bowl Championship and a big reason is the All-Star play of Safety Troy Palamalu, who says he plays football for the glory of God.
A Scottish preacher is renovating the UK mission base used by Pentecostal pioneer Smith Wigglesworth. His hope is to rekindle the revival that Wigglesworth helped bring to the UK 100 years ago.
U.S. churches are taking controversial steps to reach out to their Muslim neighbors by allowing them to hold worship services in their buildings.
The killing of an American missionary in Mexico has many missions groups considering the risks of working in a country that’s beset by violence.
On this week's Christian World News: China's human rights record as their leader visits the U.S., a Filipino pastor killed in a Muslim neighborhood, flood recovery in Australia and Brazil, and more.
The weak economy is threatening families across the United Kingdom; some even face the threat of homelessness and hunger, but churches are helping bridge the gap.
Martyred in the Philippines
Ending China’s Abuses
On this week's Christian World News: What's being done to stop persecution against Christians, the latest on the Tucson massacre, songs of praise from one of the most repressive regimes, and more.