Month: February 2014

Feb 28

Police Invade Discipleship Class

Imagine facing daily threats of imprisonment and threats of expulsion. These are pressures that Christians in three provinces in northern Laos have been struggling with for the past three months. James 1:-4 says, “…for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be […]

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Feb 26

Urgent: Prayers Needed For Nigeria

Please pray for the situation in Yobe, where another Boko Haram attack has left an estimated 100 or more students dead. Sources told Open Doors that as many as 100 students of the Federal Government College in Gujba village (near Damaturu in Yobe State) may have died on Monday night, when suspected Boko Haram members […]

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Feb 24

We Need Your Prayers for Bangladesh

“Prayer is a wartime walkie talkie for spiritual warfare, not a domestic intercom to increase the comforts of the saints” John Piper Why pray? Isn’t God all-knowing? He definitely is. We pray to not increase God’s knowledge (if that were even possible), but we do so to have fellowship with Him and to live the […]

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Feb 24

World Watch List Challenge – #7 Maldives

The Maldives boasts of having a 100% Muslim population, and is the only country in the world which requires all citizens to be Muslim. For this reason, there are very few Christians, and it is one of the only countries that is too dangerous to share stories from. Even if elements of a story are […]

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Feb 21

A Heart for Her Own People

As you read statistics and see charts, do you ever wonder where the life is within it all? It is easy to see the ranks on our World Watch List, and not be moved by the numbers alone. This is normal. We were not created to be moved by percentages or graphs, but rather, souls. […]

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