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Nuba Christians Bombed in Sudan

Nuba Christians Bombed in Sudan

By Jeremy Reynalds, ANS, Dec. 31, 2012: Juba, South Sudan – Non-Arab Christians in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains said they feel forgotten after Sudanese air forces killed at least 11 of the faithful in bombings before and after Christmas, according to area sources. Some of the thousands of Nuba Mountain civilians who have taken refuge from government bombing in […]

Zimbabwe: The Sanyati Hospital Makeover

Zimbabwe: The Sanyati Hospital Makeover

From www.sanyatimakeover.com: The History Sanyati Baptist Hospital has nearly a sixty year history of health care, education, evangelism and discipleship.  The economic crisis of Zimbabwe over the last decade (the worst in recorded history) has left the hospital in a place of hardship.  On average, the hospital sees about 35,000 outpatients, cares for 1,800 inpatients, assists […]

A Door of Hope for Abandoned Babies in South Africa

A Door of Hope for Abandoned Babies in South Africa

By Nico Bougas, ASSIST News Service, Dec. 1, 2012: At least three babies are found abandoned in Johannesburg every day. They are found lying on the side of the road, dumped in garbage cans or tossed in a river. A simple hole in the wall offers these forsaken babies a chance for life. It all […]

Nigeria’s Christians: Gov’t Should Declare Boko Harum as Terrorists

Nigeria’s Christians: Gov’t Should Declare Boko Harum as Terrorists

By Mission News Network (MNN), November 30, 2012: Nigeria―The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) wants the Federal Government to pronounce the radical Islamic sect, Boko Haram, as a foreign terrorist group. As if to bolster their request, the International Criminal Court just released a report concluding that  the Boko Haram has committed “Crimes Against Humanity.” […]

Our Visit to the Sahrawi

Our Visit to the Sahrawi

By Den Edwards: I recently spent two weeks in Sahrawi refugee camps near the oasis city of Tindouf, in southwest Algeria. Ten of us volunteers, from teenagers to fifty-somethings, had made the trip from our base in Granada, Spain, to speak and perform in the camps’ schools and community centers. The Sahrawi people are the […]

African Christians Unite to Reach Continent

African Christians Unite to Reach Continent

Uniting around the goal to reach the continent, African Christians gather at the “Africans Claiming Africa for Christ” conference. The gathering, hosted every four years in Lusaka, Zambia, highlights projects and initiatives by African Christians to preach the Gospel to the unreached countries of their continent. Believers from Ghana, Nigeria, Rwanda and other nations across […]

‘Release’ Condemns Nigerian Christian Students Massacre

‘Release’ Condemns Nigerian Christian Students Massacre

More than 40 Christian students have been confirmed dead in a massacre at a college dormitory amongst a predominantly Christian neighbourhood in the Nigerian north-eastern town of Mubi, ‘Release International’ partners say. (Warning: This article is suitable for adults and contains details in reference to the massacre) By Realease International, October 4, 2012: Men in military uniform […]

Airlift for 2,000 Christians Trapped in Sudan

Airlift for 2,000 Christians Trapped in Sudan

The Christian human rights group ‘Barnabas Aid’ followed through on their plans to airlift 2,000 Sudanese from Khartoum in Sudan to Juba, the capital of the recently formed South Sudan. Pray for the continued success of the humanitarian effort to rescue these Christian Sudanese who are stranded in a predominantly Muslim country. In the early 1990s, official […]

The Lone Hero: Saving Lives in Sudan

The Lone Hero: Saving Lives in Sudan

It is admirable to what length Raphael Veicht is going in order to save lifes in the war zone of South Sudan. Whether professing Christian, secret believer or none of the above, God surely is using his willingness to sacrifice and to help his fellowmen under such dire conditions. Johannes Dieterich, September 15, 2012, TAGES-ANZEIGER: Along the mountainous border […]

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