By: Joe LaGuardia Cuba saw a breakdown in both politics and religion in 1959 after Fidel Castro's revolution overthrew the government. Now, nearly a year after Castro's death, Christianity is beginning to flourish again.
By: Brian Kaylor Despite the technological and financial limitations that Cubans have faced over the last 50 years, Baptist leaders there report dramatic growth among churches over the last two decades.
By: Brian Kaylor Leaders of a Cuban Baptist group praised the news that the U.S. and Cuban leaders have announced a historic shift in relations between the two nations after a strained 50-year relationship.
A Baptist pastor in Cuba said he is stepping down from his church position because of prolonged government pressure and threats made against the church. Other Baptist pastors face similar situations, he warned.
Cuba is the only country in the world to which the U.S. bans its citizens from travel. The only ones suffering because of the embargo are Cuba's people, not Castro. Will 50 years of failed policies come to an end?