The Russian Orthodox Church and the Vatican have forged a partnership to rebuild Christian sites in Syria. The church leaders agreed to implement a plan on how to reconstruct Christian churches and monasteries in the war-torn country.
The Christian Association of Nigeria condems the recent terror attacks against Christian communities in Nigeria where 238 people were brutally killed in a village and churches were destroyed.
In August 2017, Laos' Prime Minister signed the Decree on Associations which requires all religious meetings to get approval first from several government offices.
China has issued a circular requiring organizers of religious activities at temporary churches to seek guidance from government-recognized church organizations.
With the growing secularism in Europe, churches in the United Kingdom have devising ways to attract more people to go to church.
UNESCO added on June 30, 2018 to the World Heritage list the 12 sites in Japan linked to the history of persecuted Christians.
A recent Student Christian Movement survey found that many Christian students in the U.K. want churches to embrace change.
A new museum in Poland will display more than 40,000 accounts of Polish Christians who rescued their Jewish countrymen during the Holocaust.
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled on June 15, 2018 that provincial law societies can deny accreditation to a proposed Christian law school.
Christians in Korea welcomed the first summit meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on June 12, 2018 in Singapore.