Number of Malnourished Children In Nigeria Doubling Amid Boko Haram

The number of malnourished children in and around northeastern Nigeria will more than double by the end of 2016 under Boko Haram terrorism, UNICEF...

Christian Survivors of 2015 Garissa University Student Massacre Recall ‘Exam’ In Which Muslims Lived...

Christian student survivors of the 2015 Garissa University massacre, where 147 students were slaughtered by al-Shabaab radicals, recalled on the two-year anniversary of the...

MIT Grad Obinna Ukwuani Is Building Africa’s First STEM School

Most graduates of the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston have their choice of six-figure-salary jobs after graduation. But for one graduate, a...

Kenyan Crowdsourcing Tool Will be Used to Monitor U.S. Election in Case of Voter...

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has refused to say he’d accept the outcome of next week’s election if he loses. He has claimed, despite...

Nearly 60 Nigerian Soldiers Arrested for Working as Spies for Boko Haram

It seemed as if Boko Haram was always two steps ahead of Nigeria’s military, and the commanders think they’ve figured out why: They’ve got...

Man Dies During Deliverance Service at Church In Benin

There was pandemonium Monday at Uselu quarters in Benin City as a 44 year-old man, identified as Osayande Ekhator, reportedly died during a deliverance...

21 Killed, 17 Wounded in Bombing at Shopping Mall in Abuja, Nigeria

Violence rocked the Nigerian capital of Abuja on Wednesday when a bomb exploded at a shopping mall in the upscale Wuse 2 neighborhood, killing...

David Platt Announces Plans to Transition Out of Presidency of the International Mission Board

David Platt has announced plans to transition out of his role as president of the International Mission Board but will continue to serve until...

Hundreds of Christians In South Sudan Wear Sackcloths; Call for Repentance, Seek God’s Forgiveness...

Hundreds of Christians in the town of Yei in South Sudan reportedly wore sackcloths in a mass demonstration calling for repentance, urging God to...
Recovered Sudanese child soldier turned activist and hip-hop artist, Emmanuel Jal (Fox News/Hollie McKay )

Emanuel Jal, Former Child Soldier in Sudan, is Now a Christian Hip-hop Artist Urging...

While his South Sudan homeland continues to be ripped apart by a  protracted civil war, a former child fighter turned prominent hip-hop artist says...

Sudan Pastor Says Government Has “Declared War Against Christians” Because It’s Fearful Muslims Will...

A Christian pastor in Sudan says the government has "declared war against Christians" because it's fearful Muslims will be led to Jesus Christ, which...

Hundreds Protest in Burundi After President is Nominated for a Third Term

Hundreds of people in Burundi protested in the capital Sunday after the country's ruling party nominated President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third...

Nigerian Prosperity Gospel Preacher Worth $150 Million Sells Oil Claiming to Cure HIV, Building...

Pentecostal megachurches promoting a prosperity gospel, led by millionaire superstar pastors promising economic salvation and HIV cures, are on the rise in Nigeria, a...
Rwandans sing and pray at the Evangelical Restoration Church in the Kimisagara neighborhood of the capital, Kigali, Rwanda, on April 6, 2014. Rwanda's government has closed numerous churches and mosques in 2018 as it seeks to assert more control over a vibrant religious community whose sometimes makeshift operations, authorities say, have threatened the lives of followers. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

Rwandan Worshipers Gather in Homes After Government Shuts Down Thousands of Church Buildings Over...

Grace Umutesi has secretly been conducting services in her house in the Bannyahe slum on the outskirts of the capital since officials shut down...

South Africa’s ANC Holds Election to Replace Scandal-hit Leader Jacob Zuma

The African National Congress (ANC), South Africa's only ruler since the end of apartheid, votes this weekend in a race too close to call...

George Clooney: Sanctions Threats Not Enough to Confront South Sudan’s Corruption

Editor's note: George Clooney is co-founder of the Satellite Sentinel Project with John Prendergast, who is founding director of the Enough Project, where Akshaya...

Liberty University Law School Faculty Member Selected for Prestigious Carnegie Fellowship

Anthony Ikwueme, director of the Ehrhorn Law Library at Liberty University School of Law, has been awarded a fellowship by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship...

President Obama Pays Tribute to Victims of Rwandan Genocide

US President Barack Obama paid tribute to victims of Rwanda's genocide, urging the international community to choose compassion over hatred, on the eve of commemorations marking...

All Schools In Nigeria Shut Down Due to Ebola Outbreak

All schools in Nigeria have been ordered to remain shut until 13 October as part of measures to prevent the spread of the deadly...

Muslim High School Students Beat and Stabbed Christians Who Refused to Convert to Islam...

Muslim students at a high school in Nairobi on Tuesdaynight (Jan. 23) beat and stabbed Christians who refused to convert to Islam, a local source...