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For decades, Christians in China faced arrest, torture and death for their faith. Today, Chinese Christians are getting bolder about sharing their faith openly and one of the largest underground churches in Beijing has decided to go public.
One year ago this week, a 7.0 earthquake ravaged Haiti, killing more than 300,000 people and leaving over a million homeless. Now, Christian ministries are helping its people recover.
On this week's Christian World News: Muslim nations labeled the harshest persecutors of Christians, the explosive growth of the Chinese church, a look at the inspiring music of Hillsong Church, and more.
Fishing has been part of the Sea of Galilee for thousands of years, but all that may soon come to an end.
The Secret Behind Hillsong
Christians in Egypt launched street protests after the New Year's Day bombing of a Coptic Church. Egyptian officials blame outside groups like Al-Qaida, but Egypt's Christians say the government does nothing to protect them.
Open Doors International -- a ministry to the persecuted church -- released its annual "Watch List" of the world's worst offenders and eight of the top ten have Islamic majorities.
Decades ago, most Christians in China lived in the countryside, but that's all changing as young professionals are bringing faith to the big cities like Beijing and Shanghai.
Film Shows Dangers Somali Christians Face
Dividing Jerusalem Again Center of Mideast Conflict
Summit: 'No Future for Christianity If Kids Not Reached'
New Zealand Churches Continue Quake Relief Work
Dakar Churches Attacked Amid Anti-Gov't Protests
New Legal 'Thriller' Covers India's 'Untouchables'
Mideast Christians Facing Increased Threats
Hope in Crisis: Where is God When Tragedy Hits?
Hope in Crisis: When Tragedy Hits Home