A missionary has been killed and several churches set ablaze in attacks by Nigeria’s Islamist group Boko Haram in neighboring Cameroon.
For the past two days on BreakPoint, Eric’s been talking about the global war on Christians. Today, we focus on the Middle East.
You'd think that Christians would be completely safe in the land of Gandhi. Unfortunately, you'd be wrong.
We’re at war. Or at least, war is being waged on our brothers and sisters in Christ across the globe.
Supporters hail the recent Iran deal as a diplomatic success story but critics – including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – are calling the deal a “mistake.”
There’s no question Christian martyrdom exists worldwide, yet the question remains: Exactly how many Christians are killed for their faith?
For the first time since his transfer to Rajai Shahr, another prison in Iran, American pastor Saeed Abedini was allowed to visit with members of his Iranian family.
Tensions between Christians and Muslims are rising in the Central African Republic, where deadly clashes have occurred in recent weeks.
What the persecuted church can teach the free church about power of association.
Conditions are worsening for Saeed Abedini, an American pastor imprisoned in Iran.
Around 80 people were executed earlier this month in several cities across North Korea, reports the Korea JoongAng Daily.
An Iranian Christian sentenced to 10 years in prison has been released after three months.
Saeed Abedini, an American pastor imprisoned in Iran for his faith, is facing life-threatening conditions after a recent prison transfer.
In a country where less than half a percent of the population are Christians, devotion to Christianity remains dangerous — and in cases of male converts from Islam, punishable by death.
One of the first things Eric Foley, the co-founder of Seoul USA, learned about the North Korean underground church is that it is not a group to be pitied.
A Christian woman perished from pneumonia in an Eritrean prison after facing harsh conditions and denial of medical treatment -- all because she would not renounce her faith.
An Iranian Christian was flogged on Wednesday after a court in Rasht, Iran, sentenced him and three other Christians to 80 lashes for drinking wine as part of a Holy Communion service.
Police in Astana, Kazakhstan, have been aggressively intimidating and harassing members of the beleaguered Grace Protestant Church.
Four Iranian Christians jailed for attending a "house church" have lost their judicial appeals.