After refusing to bake a pro-gay marriage cake on the grounds it would have conflicted with their religious beliefs, the Christian owners of a bakery in Ireland were found guilty of discrimination. The owners have since lost their appeal in a ruling this week.
Saeed Abedini has urged Americans to vote for Donald Trump, revealing that the Republican presidential nominee supported Abedini\'s family with $10,000 during the time the Iranian-American pastor was imprisoned in Iran for over three years because of his faith.
An athletic club in Ireland has decided to remove the cross emblem on their athletes\' sportswear. The move was taken on account of violent threats received by what is suspected to be the Islamic State.
A woman in North Korea who started a secret Christian church in a prison camp where she was forced to work has revealed that people living under the regime are made to believe that Christians kill people and suck their blood.
To combat violence against women, a campaign led by Christian ministry, City Women of Toowoomba, seeks to create a city free from porn. The initiative is also being backed by the city\'s mayor Paul Antonio.
After showing refugees the power of the love of Christ by meeting their needs, the workers later bring Bibles for the refugees, he revealed. He continued, \"We just help because we love them, and maybe the next time we visit we tell them about Jesus and give them Bibles. We believe in the power of the Word of God. We don\'t have many preachers. We don\'t have many missionaries, but we have the Word of God that we\'re able to print, purchase and deliver to the people and their children.\"