Month: December 2016

Dec 31

Multiply your gift to help persecuted Christians

There are just a few days left in 2016 and because you’re one of our key ministry partners, I needed to write right away. Despite careful financial planning, a severe spike in global Christian persecution has stretched our resources — nearly to a breaking point. As December 31 closes in, we’re facing a $618,000 budget shortfall.

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Dec 15

GABRIEL, THE NO-MORE-POOR EVANGELIST

Gabriel, in his 50s, is from a Muslim-dominated area in rural East Africa where persecution and poverty intersect. Christians here are generally poorer than their Muslim neighbors, and the economic sidelining they face because of their faith in Christ worsens their situation even further.

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Dec 15

Sunday Morning Prayer

Over the last year I have had the privilege of spending Sunday mornings before church praying with my college students. Every Sunday I am blessed to hear our students share their hearts and cry out to the Lord to move in our college group, our church, their college campuses, our city, and the nation. But what has been an absolute blessing is to see the students hearts grow for our persecuted brothers and sisters

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Dec 13

Do You Fear God Or Persecution More?

It is easy to view physical torture or abandonment as the worst thing that could happen to us or our loved ones. But the Scriptures make it so clear that this should not be so…

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Dec 13

Mourning After Cairo Church Bombing

Egypt’s Christian community is in mourning following what the BBC has referred to as the “deadliest attack on the Coptic community in recent memory.”

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