garissa attack- Kenya- Esther

Kenya: “The Sights and Sounds Haunt My Memory”

“I was just getting up when the attack started. I ran outside with my roommates, but I quickly returned when I looked around and realized people were falling all around me– they were being shot!
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algeria women

Algerian Woman Forced to Choose: Jesus or Her Family

Hassina was a respected young Algerian woman. She was a devout Muslim, practiced her prayers, respected Ramadan and stood out in doing good works. “I tried to please God, doing all the things I should, but my life was a desert.” Everything changed when she started to follow Jesus.
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Nigeria- A Crisis Escalating Daily

#BringBackOurGirls – One Year Later

Today, April 14th, marks the one-year anniversary of the kidnapping of 275 Nigerian girls from their school in the Christian town of Chibok, Borno State. This is Boko Haram’s largest abduction to date. While several girls were able to escape, according to our sources, 232 remain missing. Their families have no answers about their daughters’ location or the circumstances they are facing.
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The Man Who Talks to Boko Haram

Continuing from last week, we shared the story of Dr. Stephen Davis, the Australian who began negotiations to secure the release of the kidnapped Chibok girls last year. Taken hostage on April 14th, 2014, the 232 girls abducted that night remain in rebel custody. Little is known about their whereabouts or the circumstances of the captivity in which they have been living for the past year.
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Kristin Wright- Middle East

Watch: Inside an Iraq Refugee Camp – in a Shopping Mall

I’m walking through a refugee camp in Erbil, Iraq, where thousands of Christians who were displaced by ISIS have fled in recent months.
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