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Lidl Airbrushes Church Crosses from Food Packaging

German-owned supermarket Lidl is under fire after removing Christian symbols from Greek food packaging, Keep Talking Greece reports.

20% of Germans Want More Christians in Politics

A recent survey showed that one in five Germans would like to have more Christians in the national parliament, Evangelical Focus reports.

Aussie Teens Inspired to Follow Jesus

Tspan>he Bible Society Australia organizes an annual event where teenagers deepen their knowledge of Jesus.

Nepalis Christian Population on the Rise

The number of Nepalis converting to Christianity is at an all-time high, claimed the World Christian Database. From zero Christian in 1951, there are now more than 375,000 Christians in the Asian country.

German Pastor Holds Twitter Services

Churches implement a "No Cellphone Use" rule during service to give people solemnity as they worship and praise God. Mobile phones are either put in Silent mode or turned off so as not to interrupt the service.

Christian Millennials Reawaken Faith in Israel

Covenant Journey is a US-based non-profit organization that provides trips to Israel for deserving Christian students aged 18 to 25. It sponsors the pilgrimage to the Holy Land to...

Christian Groups Hail Ruling on N.Ireland’s Abortion Law

Christian groups welcomed a legal ruling that Northern Ireland's abortion laws should be decided by the local government---not by the judges, reports Belfast News Letter.

2018 Global Christian Forum to Meet in Colombia

Christian leaders from around the world are gearing up to join Global Christian Forum's gathering in Bogota, Colombia in 2018.

“Jesus Ban” Proposed in Australian Schools Sparks Fury

The state of Queensland in Australia has proposed prohibiting school children from talking about Jesus, The Australian reports.

Robot Spider on Canadian Cathedral Drew Mixed Reactions

A giant robot spider became famous when it was used in a performance at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Ottawa, Ontario on July 27.
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