The attacker who killed three people near the British parliament before being shot dead was British-born and was once investigated by MI5 intelligence agents over concerns about violent extremism, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday.
The Iraqi city of Qaraqosh is still uninhabitable months after it was freed from the clutches of the Islamic State, but the Assyrian Christians who once lived in the ancient town are confident that God can use this "hell" to work out a miracle in the future, according to a national security analyst.
Alabama may approve a bill that will allow a megachurch in suburban Birmingham to establish its own police force to thwart potential threats in light of the deadly shootings at Sandy Hook and other churches and schools.
"Watu Wote," a fictional film adaptation set to premiere next month, relives the ordeal of Muslims who protected Christians from al-Shabaab militants who ambushed a bus in Mandera, Kenya in December 2015.
"Facing Darkness," an upcoming movie based on the true story of two American medical mission workers who were infected with the Ebola virus while helping victims in Liberia, should teach Christians to run toward suffering and not away from it, according to its executive producer Franklin Graham.
Christians ought to stop using the phrase "Everything happens for a reason" to comfort people going through tough times and instead say that each event can be used by God for a certain purpose, according to a pastor and author based in Nashville, Tennessee.
Christians who fled their homes in Mosul may never be able to return because the Islamic State has spawned a new generation of radicalized children who will carry on the terror group's deadly campaign against believers, a vicar in Erbil has warned.
Christians in Kaduna state in Nigeria who have had enough of being oppressed have reportedly started taking up arms and pushing back against Muslim militants who have torched their villages and driven them out of their homes.
The government of Myanmar has been accused of covering up violence and genocide against its religious minorities after more than 100,000 Christians fled to Malaysia to escape religious persecution and are now living there as refugees.
A fundamentalist Christian pastor in Pennsylvania who has been telling his congregation to trust God alone for healing has been charged in connection with the death of a child from a preventable disease.
U.S. President Donald Trump's proposal for "deep cuts" to foreign aid is facing fierce opposition from more than 100 Christian leaders who have sent a letter to Congress calling for the rejection of those plans.
A year after former Secretary of State John F. Kerry declared that the Islamic State has committed genocide against Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East, advocates, lawmakers as well as survivors of the terror group's atrocities have called on U.S. president Donald Trump to take action on the issue.
Pope Francis has asked for forgiveness for the Catholic Church's "sins and failings" in the 1994 Rwandan genocide, but the African state's government said that the apology was not enough as there were suspects who still have not been brought to justice.
The Limpopo High Court has banned a controversial South African pastor from spraying his congregants with Doom pesticide during his "healing" services after the health department raised concern over the potential serious health risk the practice poses.
The European Union envoy for religious freedom Jan Figel flew to Sudan to meet with political leaders there as well as to ask about the situation of Christians and the demolition of churches in the African country.
"Beauty and the Beast" prompted a campaign among Christians to boycott the film after Disney announced that it would feature a "gay moment," but there are also some Christians who do not think that banning the movie is a good idea.
Pop superstar Katy Perry once again expressed her support for the LGBTQ community as she revealed on Saturday night at a Human Rights Campaign's event that she did more than just kiss a girl during her conservative Christian past.
A Christian mother has complained that Facebook is still censoring her blog even after the social media giant already apologized for previously suspending the page when it quoted the Bible on a discussion about homosexuality.
Displaced Christians suffering amidst a famine in sub-Saharan Africa are unable to receive vital aid as they are reportedly being discriminated against because of their faith, according to persecution charity Open Doors.
Christians ought to withdraw from society and politics and practice St. Benedicts' detachment from culture for some time to address the spiritual crisis that America is currently facing, according to author Rod Dreher.