God is moving mightily in the Muslim world, and Ramadan is the perfect time for Him to show up. Each year during this Islamic holy month, Muslims worldwide fast from sunrise to sunset and intently study the Quran. More Ramadan headlines here.
The coronavirus continues to hit the country hard, and pastoral staffs of churches are no exception. Bob Bryant, the associate pastor of benevolence at Water of Life Community Church in Fontana, California, died Monday after suffering a silent heart attack, pneumonia and kidney problems. He […]
In a year that has been extremely difficult all around the world, countries in the Near East are particularly struggling. Cry Out Now encourages prayer for Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, and Iraq as people in these countries search for hope.
Arab Baptist Theological Seminary (ABTS) announced a new partnership with the Arabic Nazarene Bible College that will introduce new perspectives and continue a pattern of cross-denominational collaboration.
The country of Jordan boasts over 9.4 million citizens. But only around 8,000 of them are evangelical Christians. Of those, 20 percent fall between the ages of 15-24: that’s almost 1,600 young believers.
On August 13, Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) signed a peace deal normalizing relations between the two countries. The UAE is the third Arab country to form this kind of relationship with Israel, along with Egypt and Jordan.
The rise of COVID-19 has seen the rise of another problem: misinformation. Around the world, people struggle to sort through biased, outdated, or simply incorrect information in order to find the means to keep themselves safe and healthy.
On May 15, Palestinians observed the Nakba, (translated literally, the catastrophe) commemorating when thousands of Palestinians, including a large percentage of Christians, were driven out of their homes in 1948.
Israel and Saudi Arabia have been conducting secret negotiations since December about allowing Saudi officials to join the Jerusalem Islamic Waqf responsible for controlling the Temple Mount and Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, Israel Hayom reported.