Month: April 2017

Apr 28

500 Children Taken by Boko Haram from Nigerian City

In the ruins of the city of Damasak in northern Nigeria, everyone seems to be missing a son or a daughter, a brother or a sister.

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Apr 27

Indonesian Believers Learn to Extend God’s Love to Persecutors

Christians need to look at Muslims differently and remove their phobia of Islam—which is not easy when one feels threatened by them.

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Apr 24

10 Dangerous Myths About the Persecuted Church

Our brothers and sisters in Christ are counting on our prayers and support—and we can’t afford to follow false narratives.

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Apr 21

New Believer in Saudi Arabia Lives a Dangerous Faith

After having more and more doubts about Islam, Saudi Muslim Mohammed* began looking for truth online. This is the remarkable story of Mohammed entering God’s Kingdom and the crucial role that Christians have in this process via the internet.

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Apr 20

Ripple Effect

One of things I love about my job as the College & Youth Director is having the chance to see a passion for the persecuted church grow in a student’s heart. This semester I have had Machaela intern for me and as part of her program we went through the Ripple Effect series. While she […]

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