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Sunday, September 26, 2021

Florida Faith Leaders Boost Vaccine Confidence Thru Campaign

Florida faith leaders will launch a new campaign to boost confidence on the Covid 19-vaccine.

Christian Groups Unite to Fight Human Trafficking

The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) and the European Freedom Network (EFN) announced the launch of a new global network to fight human trafficking.

Facebook Launches “I Prayed” Button

Facebook launched a new feature in its platform to cater to religious communities and it got mixed reactions from religious leaders.

Gen Z Shows Openness to Scripture—ABS Survey

According to a new report by the American Bible Society (ABS), the Gen Z population in the U.S. shows significant openness to Scripture.

Youth Group in Nigeria Calls for Govt Action on Christian Killings

The youth wing of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) denounced the killings of Christians in the country.

Sudanese Christians Slowly Gaining Religious Freedom

Christians in Sudan are in awe at the changes two years post-revolution have brought to religious minorities in the country.

Open Doors USA Calls for Swift Confirmation of Biden’s Religious Freedom Nominee

Open Doors USA calls for a swift confirmation of Indian-American Rashad Hussain, President Joe Biden's nominee as Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom.

1 Million Hours of Prayer for Japan

As the world watch the 2021 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, Japanese Christians urge fellow believers to support Japan1Million, an international prayer movement.

4 African American Churches Win Preservation Grant

The National Trust for Historic Preservation pledged on July 15 more than $3M in grant to help save 40 African American landmarks in the U.S., including four historic Black churches.

Feast of Chinese Martyrs Celebrated

Christians in China celebrated on July 9th the feast day of Chinese Martyrs, 120 people persecuted for their faith and killed between 1648 and 1930.

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