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Two years after her kidnapping, Pakistani Christian teen Nayab Gill made a daring escape and is now sharing her story. She was just 13 years old when she was taken from her home in Gujranwala, Pakistan, by her Muslim employer. She was forced to convert to Islam and made to marry her abductor at gunpoint, a fate faced by dozens of minor Christian girls in Pakistan each year.

The first day of Advent this year is Dec. 3, marking the beginning of the New Year for Christians, but this seasonal observance is unfamiliar to some Christians. Here are three things you should know about the month-long season of Advent leading up to Christmas Day.

From elderly couples to teenage Israeli soldiers, several Americans were among the over 200 people Hamas terrorists took hostage during its brutal surprise attack against southern Israel on Oct. 7. 

Events that occurred this week in Christian history include the election of the only English pope in Catholic Church history, the Presbyterian Church in America holding its first General Assembly, and the closure of Ohio Valley University.

What I didn’t expect was for God to wreck me.

Approximately seven years after he was fired from NewSpring Church in South Carolina for alcohol abuse and other "unfortunate choices and decisions," Perry Noble is thanking God for allowing him back into the megachurch space with the announcement of the Greenville campus of his Second Chance Church.

A regional body of the United Methodist Church has voted to allow 62 congregations in Michigan to leave the denomination over its debate over homosexuality, joining thousands of other churches who have done the same.

Rob Schneider shares how his newfound faith will impact his future Hollywood career.