The exchange of hostages held by Hamas for Palestinian prisoners in Israel continues as a four-day ceasefire in Gaza now stretches into six days. Hamas freed 12 more hostages, while Israel let 30 more Palestinian prisoners go free on the fifth day of the ceasefire.
The wife of a Christian man shot in the head on Nov. 15 while preaching is imploring people to continue fervently praying for her husband and family.
More than 200 Muslims in Gaza have reportedly asked to follow Jesus after meeting Him in a dream.
A professor at a Bible college in the U.K. who was fired for tweeting that homosexuality "is invading the church," and who later found out college administrators also considered reporting him as a potential terrorist, has filed a lawsuit against his former employer.
A new study finds that more than 30,000 babies have been born that would have otherwise been aborted since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade.
At least 10 Christians were killed on Nov. 24 when suspected Fulani herdsmen and other terrorists attacked villages in Taraba state, Nigeria.
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Israel and Hamas agreed to extend the four-day ceasefire two more days, in hopes that the pause will see the release of an additional 20 hostages. On Monday, 11 Israelis, including 2 mothers and 9 children, returned home after 52 days in captivity by Hamas.
In a final goodbye, former President Jimmy Carter, who is in hospice care, plans to attend the national tribute service for his wife and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, the Carter Center confirmed.