Month: January 2018

Jan 28

Making Disciples in the Heart of India

The Church in India is growing at an unprecedented rate, with house church leaders forging a burgeoning movement. Most leaders form house-church congregations that are part of a Protestant group, making it difficult to estimate their size. However, these non-traditional Christian communities are the biggest group of Christians in India, making up nearly 60 percent […]

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Jan 24

Sam Brownback: 3 Things to Know About the New Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom

We’re so grateful for your voice on this issue! Your prayers and advocacy have led to this moment.

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Jan 24

Why There Are No Christian Children in North Korea

Lee Joo-Chan* (now in his 50s) is one of the thousands of North Koreans who grew up in a Christian family without knowing it.

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Jan 21

“Yes, I Am Christian”—Egyptian Believer Boldly Proclaimed His Faith Twice Before Militants

Bassem Herz Attalhah was on his way home from work in El-Arish when three men stopped him and asked him to show them the wrist of his right hand.

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Jan 19

Faith in the Crossfire–How Sudanese Believers Are Living Boldly in a Deadly Culture

Persecution is especially harsh in the Nuba Mountains, home to the Nuba people. These believers continue to hope and pray for independence and freedom to worship.

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