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ISIS Force Last Iraqi Christians to Leave Mosul

ISIS Force Last Iraqi Christians to Leave Mosul

By 1 p.m. on Friday almost every Christian in Mosul had heard the Sunni militants’ message — they had until noon Saturday to leave the city.

Pray for Boko Haram Members To Have A Change of Heart

Pray for Boko Haram Members To Have A Change of Heart

The Islamist militants captured the main group of girls in April. Nigeria’s government has been getting help from Western governments in planning a rescue. However, the question is not whether the girls can be rescued, but how to do it without endangering their lives.

African Migrants risk Lives to Escape War and Persecution

The latest tragic incident of hundreds of African migrants drowning in European waters tells a wider story, says World Watch Monitor (www.worldwatchmonitor.org), in an article released on Tuesday, October 8, 2013.

Henry VIII’s Crusade Against the Churches and Monasteries of England

Henry VIII’s Crusade Against the Churches and Monasteries of England

One of the fundamental characteristics of government is an insatiable appetite for cash — and religious institutions have often been seen as important sources of funds. Renaissance princes constantly sought means of “revenue enhancements” for their military, to buy friends, and to support lifestyles appropriate to the “divine right of kings.”

5,000 Christians Brought to Safety in South Sudan

5,000 Christians Brought to Safety in South Sudan

The Barnabas Fund is on a mission to rescue 3,500 Christians from persecution in Sudan. Their Exodus mission started last year. Since then, Barnabas has airlifted and bussed 5,000 Christians to safety in South Sudan.

True Life Story of a Fearless Witness in North Korea

True Life Story of a Fearless Witness in North Korea

In the first five decades of his life, Seung-Wan (Steven) Kim was a businessman who pursued financial prosperity, while largely ignoring his family and his commitment to God. In 1975, drawn by visions of success, Steven flew from South Korea to New York with just a few dollars in his pocket. There, he started working as a produce clerk, eventually opening his own store, and he ultimately earned millions of dollars from later enterprises in real estate and furniture.

Jeremy Camp a Bold Witness in Kyrgyzstan

Jeremy Camp a Bold Witness in Kyrgyzstan

It was ironic. The very day of the arrival of Jeremy Camp and his team with Speaking Louder Ministries in Bishkek for a major public Christian event, an article was published by the Christian Broadcasting Network about “secret believers” meeting in Kyrgyzstan.

Burma: Buddhists, Muslims at odds, with Christians as peacemakers

Burma: Buddhists, Muslims at odds, with Christians as peacemakers

Anti-Muslim preaching by a radical Buddhist monk is feeding anti-Muslim sentiment in Burma today. Surprisingly, this is actually opening doors for Christians in a country plagued by violence. All the while the Buddhists and Muslims are at odds, Christians can be peacemakers in Burma.

Christian Minister in Serbia miraculously freed after prayer

Christian Minister in Serbia miraculously freed after prayer

“I was sleeping on my bed in the cell, when they woke me up. ‘Sasko, you’re going home.’” Sasko Bogeski had just told the Lord, “I give up. There is nothing I can do.” And then he went to sleep in his cell. And God answered his prayers, and the prayers of thousands around the world.

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