Interview

Asia Bibi asks Pakistan's Prime Minister to protect minorities in the country

"I suffered terribly and lived through so many difficulties, but now I am free."

Professor Andrzej Nowak: "In 1920, Poland defeated the Evil Empire"

One hundred years after the Battle of Warsaw, Professor Andrej Nowak presents his book about the Polish-Bolshevik war of 1920.

Iran: ‘a Church without martyrs would be like a tree without fruit’

Archbishop Ramzi Garmou of Tehran, the president of the Iranian bishops’ conference, spoke with Aid to the Church in Need (ACN)

How a missionary imprisoned in Sudan brought prisoners to Christ

Jasek, a leader who works for Voice of the Martyrs, details his life in prison in his book "ISIS: Faith in the Face of Evil."

Algeria’s religious minorities are being restricted

An agenda is at play which seeks to persecute, limit, and oppress Algeria’s religious minorities - especially Christians.

Living the faith in Kenya, five years after the Garissa attack

ACN's interview with Bishop Joseph Alessandro, the Catholic Bishop of Garissa, Kenya.

In Madagascar, ‘they are paying women to wear the burka’

Bishop Georges Varkey of Port-Bergé in Madagascar talked about the Islamization of the island nation and the practice of sorcery.

Mark Wahlberg says he will never hide his relationship with God

Actor Mark Wahlberg in an interview with “Today” discussed his prayer life and why he is so outspoken about his faith.

Book review: ‘Peace in Iraq’ is best remaining hope for country’s Christians

Author Stephen Rasche's new book is titled: 'The Disappearing People: The Tragic Fate of Christians in the Middle East',

Syria’s Hidden Victims - Seta Kale

CNA's interview with Seta Kate, a Christian refugee in Sweden.