Syrian Christians Face Starvation, Deadly Attacks

Minority Christians in Syria’s largest city Aleppo said Friday, December 7, they face starvation after dozens of believers already died in targeted attacks rocking Christian areas of the war-torn country. “Bread isn’t found since last week, there is no wheat in the city and of course fuel is not available so…bakeries are not working,” said…

Twitter Christmas Sermons for Anglican Bishops

What’s next?! Britain’s senior Anglican bishops will be tweeting their Christmas Day sermons for the first time this year. The Archbishop of Canterbury and the archbishop-designate, as well as clergy and congregations around the UK, will be celebrating the birth of Jesus in a campaign making use of social media. Worshippers in the Church’s 16,000…

Zimbabwean Christians Make Stand Against Corruption

Christian Today: Thousands of Christians are marching in Zimbabwe this week to protest against corruption. The action was organised to coincide with the global Anti-Corruption Day yesterday and is part of the yearlong anti-corruption campaign, Exposed 2013. Churches say that corruption is keeping millions of people trapped in poverty.  Leaders of Zimbabwe’s three largest Christian…