Month: July 2015

Jul 30

Do We Take It For Granted?

Take a moment and let this sink in: half of the Christians in Laos can’t read the Bible in their own language. Which usually means that they can’t read the Bible at all. It’s a pretty safe bet that everyone reading this owns at least one Bible in their own language (if not many), so […]

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Jul 29

Advocacy Update on Asia Bibi Case

 Many see the court’s recent decision to hear the appeal as a positive sign and are hopeful that this case will spark a reexamination of Pakistan’s controversial blasphemy laws. Asia Bibi’s case is one of many that underscore the need for President Obama to appoint a Special Envoy for Religious Minorities in the Near East and South Central Asia.  

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Jul 28

#AsiaBibi Battling Urgent Health Concerns

Aasiya Bibi, the 49 year-old who is allegedly accused of blasphemy against Islam, is said to be extremely sick. She is suffering from internal bleeding and requires urgent medical attention.

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Jul 24

JOIN: Prayer Campaign for Somali People to Hear the Gospel

Christians living in Somalia face some of the most extreme and harsh persecution today. While other nations have been more prominent in the news recently, such as Iraq and Nigeria, Somalia ranks #2 on the World Watch List of countries, just after North Korea.

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Jul 21

Boko Haram Terror in NIgeria: Violent Incidents During Ramadan Raise Concerns

You might recall the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls, representing a campaign to free hundreds of Nigerian school girls kidnapped last year by the Nigerian radical Islamist group Boko Haram. But what is happening in Nigeria today?

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