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Supreme Court orders California to lift restrictions on at-home worships

California’s rule that limits at-home religious gatherings violates the First Amendment’s protection of religious exercise.

Budapest Report on Christian Persecution 2020: sub-Saharan Christians, part 2

Even though in the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan Christians are in majority, they still face religious persecution.

Christian nurses falsely accused of disrespecting the Koran

There is a growing number of people wrongly accused of blasphemy and forced conversion of girls belonging to religious minorities.

Detained Lao Christian pastor released after a year

A Lao pastor who was arrested by the authorities after he refused to cease worship early last year was finally released.

U.S. Embassy in Indonesia warns of potential terrorist attacks

As Ramadan approaches, Indonesia remains on high alert.

2020 Budapest Report on Christian Persecution: sub-Saharan Christians

On the 2020 Open Doors World Watch list, twelve out of the fifty countries are located in sub-Saharan Africa.

A Protestant church has been destroyed by Pakistani authorities

The altar was desecrated, the cross and Bibles destroyed, along with other belongings of the Emmanuel Gospel Church community.

Rapper DMX dies from heart attack

DMX’s most recent music release was for a new Christian song released by evangelist Mike Servin.

Ten out of thirty-nine kidnapped students released in Nigeria

Ten students abducted from the Federal College of Forestry Mechanization in Kaduna State last month have been freed.

Nigerian Christian girl working on saving her own people

26 years old Christian Elizabeth Ayoade Adeyemo arrived in September of 2019 with many of her friends from Nigeria to Debrecen.