Delegates at the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON) in Jerusalem, which was attended by 1,950 representatives from 50 countries, made a passionate call this week to go to the ends of the earth to proclaim Jesus Christ to all nations. They also agreed on a letter to the churches in the Anglican communion which calls for the Archbishop of Canterbury as its leader, to reaffirm the clear teaching of the Bible in line with historical Anglican orthodoxy.
The U.S. military said it moved 100 wooden coffins to the inter-Korean border on Saturday to prepare for North Korea’s returning of the remains of American soldiers who have been missing since the 1950-53 Korean War.
For decades, he was known only as Unknown X-9352 at a World War II American cemetery in Belgium where he was interred. On Tuesday, Julius Heinrich Otto “Henry” Pieper, his identity recovered, was laid to rest beside his twin brother in Normandy, 74 years after the two Navy men died together when their ship shattered while trying to reach the blood-soaked D-Day beaches.
Jacqueline Brunson Furnari said her father has missed two of the biggest milestones in her life.
A Coptic Christian church's worship service turned into a blood bath after a gunman opened fire, killing at least 11 people. One young girl, Nesma Wael, was there when the attack happened and wrote a heartfelt message to the world.
The numbers are staggering: the U.S. Agency for International Development director reports nearly 90 percent of Christians have fled Iraq in the past 15 years, but thankfully, USAID and the American Center for Law and Justice say help is at last on the way.
A top-ranking Honduran government official explains what the country is doing to stop its people from leaving and heading for the US-Mexico border.
Last February, the world mourned the loss of Reverend Billy Graham, especially the evangelist's children. Now the daughter whose preaching style most closely resembles the style of "America's Pastor" is speaking about how the family has handled his passing.