The suspect sought Allah’s reward, source says.
The shooter entered the religious service in the city’s main Kingdom Hall. The attacker, who killed himself, was a former member of the group and had acquired the weapon legally.
Congolese Christians are sceptical about the humanist statements made by Pope Francis during his official visit to a country facing a serious conflict.
In Algeciras (Spain), the young man killed a sexton with a machete after injuring another priest who was officiating the Eucharist in a nearby temple.
A bomb exploded during a Sunday baptismal service. The attack was claimed by the Islamic State.
The specific measures to prevent terrorist attacks in places of worship on Hanukkah and Christmas were not announced.
A bomb and gun attack left more than 70 victims during a mass in the southwest of the country.
The 'anti-separatism' law strengthens the secularist narrative ahead of the 2022 elections. Meanwhile, a depersonalised Christmas continues to be celebrated on the streets.
“Those seeking refuge need to be included in community life so that love, not fear, will win”, says Welcome Churches. Anglicans deny correlation between conversions and asylum applications.
At least eight more Christians slain in October. “Christians are being killed, and the government exhibits carelessness”, said evangelical leaders in Kaduna.
Janet Winston-Young and her husband survived the Brussels International Airport terrorist attack of 2016. She tells us her story of recovery and why she wrote a book about it. “I can say that God was with me in the hell of the bombing”.
Janet Winston is a survivor of the Brussels International Airport terrorist attack in 2016. In this interview, she shares about her journey of physical, emotional and spiritual recovery.
An evangelical pastor says terrorists roam freely in presence of security personnel. Churches affected by herdsmen attacks in the area include Baptists, Pentecostals, Anglicans, and Catholics.
At least seven students and one teacher died and 6 children are in severe condition. President Putin has ordered to revise Russian gun regulations.
Asian American Christians in the US call on fellow believers to “understand and acknowledge that the roots of evil undergirding racial hatred go deep within our congregations”.
Of the eight people killed, six were Asian women. The perpetrator is a member of a Baptist church that has condemned the attacks.
In the summer of 2018, a stampede broke out when a group of nine evangelists were preaching in the Spanish city's public transport. They are being judged for public disorder and injuries.
“Philosophical and religious convictions” will be described in records of thousands of people who are seen as a threat to the state. Evangelicals worried about the “fragility” of fundamental rights.
European leaders meet to set up “rigorous measures for a rapid and coordinated response to terrorism”. Austria targets the Muslim Brotherhood while Spain starts the trial against the Barcelona attackers.
One of the attackers was shot dead. There have been some arrests in an operation still open. Evangelicals call to “pray for the emergency services, the injured and relatives of the victims”.
The perpetrator repeatedly shouted “Allahu Akbar” (God is greatest). One woman was decapitated. In Avignon, another suspected terrorist was shot down by the police. French President admits the country faces a crisis.
It is important for Christians to face the fact that terrorism cannot be explained through the singular lens of persecution of Christians. An article by Wanjiru M. Gitau.
Gunmen also wounded 18 and kidnapped 3. The previous week, other 7 Christians were seized and 5 were found dead.
Gunmen opened fire during the worship service. This is the fourth attack against Christian communities in the last eight months.
Ramez Atallah, Director of the Bible Society Egypt, addresses some of the misconceptions about the country, and analyses the presence and influence of the Christian minority.
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