All over China ordinary men and women are embracing Christianity. Turning from the socialist teachings of the Communist Party, they are now attending church.
Some of the last surviving Naga headhunters describe how they once killed members of other tribes, a practice that ended when they converted to Christianity. Today these men are elderly, and their region in northern India, Nagaland, hasa higher percentage of Baptists than the state of Mississippi.
This video shows the emotions of the Kimyal community in West Papua, Indonesia, as they receive the first copies of the New Testament in their language. Dancing, weeping and praying, the Kimyal people welcome God's Word into their remote village and talk of how it will change their lives.
The Voice Kids Philippines Season 2 SING-OFFS August 9 2015 Team Lea "Amazing Grace" by Reynan Dal-Anay
Watch as Philippine Christians realize a tornado is coming directly at their church and start praying for Jesus to stop it! A great testimony of God miraculously intervening because of the power of prayer.
Some North Koreans have escaped from the Communist country and its human rights violations. Kim Eun Jin is one of those survivors
Why are these Chinese Christians so emotional over a book? Find out their reason!
Christianity is growing exponentially in China in spite of official government crackdowns, imprisonment of pastors and parishoners, and violence.
Officials in China’s Zhejiang province are stepping up their war against crosses on church buildings.
Church leaders in eastern China say that they are facing the worst persecution in decades. CNN’s David McKenzie explains.
In front of 300 million people, Rhema Marvanne takes the Christian message to China in the form of her absolutely beautiful version of Amazing Grace. Wow, this is so great!!