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‘Vicar of Baghdad’ Cleared of Paying ISIS to Redeem Yazidi Sex Slaves
Case of Andrew White exposes hazards of charity work in a war zone.
Died: Chuck Murphy, Visionary Who Gave Conservative Anglicans a New Home
Founder of Anglican Mission in the Americas partnered with Rwanda to create US alternative to The Episcopal Church.
The Invisible Heroes of the Persecuted Church
The case for Christians investing in the profession only 1 in 5 Americans trust.
Egypt’s Anglicans Face ‘Existential Threat’ … from Fellow Protestants
Cairo bishop resists efforts to deny his church independence.
1,180 Churches Help World Relief Resettle Refugees at Record Rate
Highest total since 1999 comes as federal judges rule against state attempts to ban Syrian refugees.
Now Kazakhstan Christians Can Prove Their Faith Isn't Foreign
Archaeologists discover that Christianity existed along Silk Road long before the Russians arrived.
Allegations of Sexual Misconduct by Famous Chinese Evangelist Span 24 Years
New GRACE report examines student’s claim against Yuan Zhiming in wake of accusation by Chai Ling.
Israel’s 47 Christian Schools Face a Murky Future
Government says promised funds to stave off financial collapse will come soon.
Physician-Assisted Suicide in California Becomes Legal as Gov. Brown Signs Bill
(UPDATED) Controversial law, inspired by Brittany Maynard, allows physicians to prescribe lethal drugs to terminally ill.
Strike Ends After 27 Days, Christian Schools in Israel Reopen
Ministry of Education commits to $12.5 million funding increase for one year only.
Died: Menes Abdul Noor, 85, Former Pastor of Middle East’s Largest Evangelical Church
Author/translator of 100 books, Abdul Noor used literacy campaigns and Bible-based preaching to spread the gospel.
March for Life Exempt From Birth Control Mandate
Judge accepts secular pro-life group’s moral, not religious, rationale.
10,000 Syrian Refugees Headed for the United States
World Relief says US churches are ready to assist refugees after Obama approves major increase for 2016.
Leading Lawyer Defending Crosses in ‘China’s Jerusalem’ Jailed Before Meeting US Ambassador
Zhang Kai among 270 people detained or arrested.
Ligonier Suspends R. C. Sproul Jr. over Ashley Madison Visit
Reformed leader admits accessing adultery website 'in a moment of weakness, pain, and from an unhealthy curiosity.'
School’s Still Out for Summer as Israeli Christians Protest ‘Death Strike’
Discriminatory state funding cuts lead 48 schools to stay shut. Leaders pledge: ‘We will not back off until we receive our full rights.’
65,000 Pro-Life Advocates Protest at 342 Planned Parenthood Sites
(UPDATED) 'The tide has turned' against leading abortion provider, claims pro-life leader.
Tullian Tchividjian Files for Divorce
Billy Graham's grandson lost his ministerial credentials earlier this month.
Died: Danny Lotz, 78, Husband of Anne Graham Lotz
(UPDATED) Sunday funeral service to be live-streamed from church in Raleigh.
One in Three Americans Say Divorce Is Still a Sin in Cases of Abuse
Pastors are more understanding when adultery, spousal abuse, or abandonment occurs.
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