Christian Dad Shares How Family Moved to Africa After Feds ‘Sabotaged’ Daughter’s Adoption

A Christian father, who along with his wife and three children, moved to Africa in 2013 after the U.S. government refused to let them...
In this photo taken Thursday, April 4, 2019, genocide survivor Laurencia Mukalemera, left, a Tutsi, is offered a cup of water by Tasian Nkundiye, right, a Hutu who murdered her husband and spent eight years in prison for the killing and other crimes, before being interviewed at Nkundiye's home in the reconciliation village of Mbyo, near Nyamata, in Rwanda. Twenty-five years after the genocide the country has six "reconciliation villages" where convicted perpetrators who have been released from prison after publicly apologizing for their crimes live side by side with genocide survivors who have professed forgiveness. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

25 Years After Rwanda Genocide, Survivors Forgive Killers

Twenty-five years ago, Tasian Nkundiye murdered his neighbor with a machete. The 43-year-old Hutu and a few other men from his Rwandan village chopped the...

Video Showing Over 100 Kidnapped Nigerian Girls Surfaces; Boko Haram Leader says Girls Will...

A new video released by Islamist militants Boko Haram claims to show around 130 girls kidnapped from a school in Nigeria last month. The group's...

World Evangelical Alliance Ambassador Brian C. Stiller Shares Why Kenya’s Election Should Matter to...

Kenyan evangelicals were a petri dish in the grand experiment of public square engagement. by Brian C. Stiller The Academy Award winning Out of Africa, with...
Who Will Save Algeria’s Closed Churches?

Who Will Save Algeria’s Closed Churches?

Algeria’s Christians hope that a one-two punch may reopen their churches. Last December, a letter from the United Nations asked the North African government to...

Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops Sued for Canceling Rental Contract of Muslim-Run Restaurant

The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops is facing a lawsuit over the cancellation of a rental contract for a restaurant operated by a Somali...

Christians in Egypt on the Country’s New Constitution: It’s Not Perfect, but it Gives...

Egyptian voters have approved a new constitution, leaving Christians a bit more hopeful, though it does not secure basic rights for religious minorities. One Egyptian...

Niger government confirms 137 killed in village attacks near border with Mali

Gunmen aboard motorcycles have attacked a series of villages near Niger’s troubled border with Mali, leaving at least 137 people dead in the deadliest...

2 Dead, Over 40 Injured In Kenyan Building Collapse

At least one person was killed and several others were injured on Sunday when a six-storey residential building collapsed in the Kenyan capital Nairobi,...
Mission Cry Encourages Persecuted Nigerian Christians with Scripture and Christian Literature

Mission Cry Encourages Persecuted Nigerian Christians with Scripture and Christian Literature

Nigerian Christians are facing intense persecution, and Mission Cry hopes to bring these believers encouragement through the power of God’s Word. Jason Woolford of Mission Cry explains...

Billions of Locusts Swarm Madagascar’s Capital City, Destroying Local Crops

Billions of locusts clouded the sky over Madagascar's capital Antananarivo starting last week. It is believed that the largest swarms have covered hundreds of square...

Nigeria’s Defense Chief says Military Has Located Over 300 Abducted Schoolgirls; says ‘We Can’t...

Nigeria's military has located nearly 300 school girls abducted by Islamic extremists but fears using force to try to free them could get them...

Nigerian Church Leaders to Government: Stop Political Activity and Focus on Defeating Boko Haram

Influential Nigerian church leaders have appealed to the government to suspend political activities and focus solely on defeating Boko Haram. Right Rev. Stephen Dami Mamza,...

Civil War Crisis In South Sudan Stirs Call to Prayer

With South Sudan on the brink of renewed civil war, a Southern Baptist-led relief organization and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary remain unrelenting in their...
Mystery disease which ’causes people to throw up blood’ reportedly kills ‘at least 15 victims’ in Tanzania

Mystery disease which ’causes people to throw up blood’ reportedly kills ‘at least 15...

A mystery disease which causes people to throw up blood has killed at least 15 people, it has been reported. The unidentified illness in Tanzania...

Ethiopian Airlines Co-pilot Hijacks Plane and Flies it to Geneva in Order to Seek...

The co-pilot of an Ethiopian Airlines plane flying from Addis Ababa to Rome has hijacked the aircraft and landed in Geneva, Swiss police say. The...

Angola is Officially Inaugurated as a New Diocese of the Anglican Church

Angola was officially inaugurated as a new Anglican Diocese this week, following 16 years as a missionary diocese and after more than 40 years...

Boko Haram Is Offering to Free Over 200 Women and Girls Kidnapped from Chibok...

Nigeria's Boko Haram extremists are offering to free more than 200 young women and girls kidnapped from a boarding school in the town of...

Mother of Girl Held Captive by Boko Haram for Refusing to Deny Christ Pleads...

The mother of Leah Sharibu, a Christian girl kidnapped by Boko Haram last year, visited the United States this week to call on President...

Zambian President Michael Sata Dies; Vice-President Becomes Africa’s First White Head-of-State Since de Klerk

Zambian Vice-President Guy Scott has been named acting leader following the death of President Michael Sata. Presidential elections to choose a permanent successor will be...