U.K. Deports Christians Under New Immigration Rules

A prominent Christian musician and a team of college-age missionaries were recently deported from the United Kingdom under new immigration rules that require religious workers to be sponsored by a licensed organization and obtain visas to enter the country. read more

Update: Zimbabwe PM: 'No Foul Play'

A memorial service was held today for Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's wife, who was killed in a car accident Friday, the Associated Press reported. read more

Christianity vs. Secularism

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair warned this week that Christianity is at risk of being sidelined in England's secularist society, the Daily Telegraph reported. read more

NCAA OKs Giving to Tebow Ministry

Star quarterback Tim Tebow plans to return to the University of Florida for his senior season thanks to a deal that allows his missionary-father to accept donations for his orphanage in the Philippines, the Miami Herald reported. read more

Teens Fast to Relieve World Hunger

As tens of thousands of teens prepare to fundraise through fasting this weekend, the results of a new study reveal most teens are charity-minded, and that the current U.S. recession is only helping to boost their awareness. read more

U.K. Favors Public Faith

A recent BBC poll found that most of the population wants the United Kingdom's traditionally Christian values to play a significant role in public life. read more

Praying for World's Poor

Christians worldwide are praying for global poverty issues as part of Tearfund's Global Poverty Prayer Week, which begins today. read more

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