This week: Are we seeing the end of the Christian church in Iraq? A respected church leader says the church is ‘over’ in that country, but others say God is just getting started. Plus, in Peru, devastating floods swept away everything in their paths. See how one team of relief workers is bringing fresh water and fresh hope to the victims. And, the movement that’s working to bring America’s universities back to their spiritual heritage.
This week on Christian World News: Meet the Christian minister who's fighting to end the demonic practice of child sacrifice in Uganda. Plus, thousands of Christian refugees wait for America to open its doors, we’ll introduce you to some who are already blessing this nation and the business they work for. And, we go to a nation of 23 million people where very few have heard the name of Jesus. Now, two missionaries are hoping to make Him known in their lifetime.
This week on Christian World News: A few years ago they couldn’t speak English, but now they're computer experts. The unique program that turned refugees into college students. Plus, in India, a Christian ministry is forced to close its doors, putting more than one hundred thousand children at risk. And, pro-lifers are under attack in France. The new measure that could make speaking against abortion illegal.
A new exodus from Egypt as a wave of killings by ISIS terrorists has Christians fleeing their homes in the Sinai. Plus, Muslims having dreams and visions of Jesus Christ and the churches who are helping them understand his message. And, they take to the skies to deliver medical care, Bibles and the Gospel of Christ. It's no wonder this ministry is known as “God's Air Force."
This week on Christian World News: Meet the first Muslim to accept Christ in the nation of Azerbaijan. Plus, how the Holy Spirit shook up a college retreat and led to the global Charismatic Catholic movement. And, CBN workers in Asia give thanks to God for His great work, and pray for more.
This week on Christian World News: A new day in U.S. relations with Israel. Plus, the Christian governor in Indonesia who could win an election or go to jail. And, when his brother was buried alive by an avalanche of snow, a snowboarder called out to God for help.
This week on Christin World News: For decades, she was a foster mom to Arab children in Israel, but then she was brutally attacked by Palestinian terrorists. Hear her remarkable story of sacrifice and forgiveness. Plus, images of China's Christian soldiers. See how one photographer honors their sacrifice. And, the wall that's meant to bring people together, and remind them of God's goodness.
CBN News talks one-on-one with President Trump. Hear his plans for Israel, helping persecuted Christians, and how the job is making him lean more on God. Plus, they’re young, they’re passionate, and they’re unafraid. See how the next generation of Christians is living the gospel in Central Asia. And, they’re coming to American for a college education, but they’re learning about Jesus.
The U.S. capital is buzzing with a new president and a new administration, but what will a Trump presidency mean for the nation and the world? Plus, a country still reeling from the effects of communism. See why Russia's Christians refuse to give up the fight for religious freedom. And, the Chinese New Year is underway. See how Chinese Christians are celebrating the gospel in a brand new musical.
Christian World News anchor George Thomas reports from China on the country’s growing and increasingly influential Christian population.
This week on Christian World News: Travel to the poorest country on earth and see how Jews and Christians are working together to give hope to this suffering nation. Plus, from North Korea to Egypt to Iraq, the world is becoming a deadly place for many Christians. And, meet the Indonesia Christian governor on the frontlines of religious freedom. He's on trial for blasphemy against Islam.
As Christians around the globe celebrate the coming of the Savior, we tell you why you can still trust the Christmas story. Plus, the Bible talks of the Balm of Gilead. See how this ancient crop is making a comeback today. And, the lost story from Charles Dickens. How it sheds new light on the author's own life and faith.
ISIS strikes a Coptic Church in Cairo. As families cope with the grief, how will Egyptian authorities protect the tiny Christian community? Also, thousands of refugees are fleeing the Middle East. As the U.S. government debates how many to let in, churches are stepping up to help those already here. And, meet the governor of Jakarta, Indonesia, and find out why this Christian leader in on trial in the world's largest Muslim nation.
Thousands fled the Christian town of Qaraqosh when ISIS came storming in two years ago. Now, it's been liberated and we’ll take you there. Plus, Syrian Christian families face an unthinkable decision: Pay a ransom to ISIS or never see their loved ones again. And, the wars in Syria and northern Iraq are one of the biggest humanitarian crises of our time. We'll visit one of the thousands of children forced to flee and find a new life in a foreign country.