Month: April 2018

Lindy Lowry - Apr 30, 2018

Mother of Boko Haram Captive Begs: ‘Please Don’t Tire of Praying for My Leah’

In this conversation with the mother of Leah Sharibu, we learn more about the night Boko Haram attacked and gain greater insight into the young girl’s character and faith.

Brian - Apr 27, 2018

What Does Peace Between the Koreas Mean for Persecuted Christians?

Does peace between the Koreas mean more intellectual and religious freedom in the North?

Lindy Lowry - Apr 26, 2018

19 Nigerian Christians Gunned Down in Church–as Fulani Militants Crisis Intensifies

The recent attack on a church in Benue State has church leaders and President Buhari condemning the bloodshed as they talk about the Fulani militants crisis in northern Nigeria.

Lindy Lowry - Apr 25, 2018

Pray for the Persecuted in Nigeria as Buhari Meets Trump at White House

Please pray with your persecuted family in northern Nigeria and next week’s meeting between Presidents Trump and Buhari.

Lindy Lowry - Apr 24, 2018

Turkey’s President Responds to U.S. Pressure to Free Andrew Brunson

[Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan] Responding over the weekend to public pressure from both US President Donald Trump and 66 members of the US Senate, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan repeated his demand that US-based Turkish cleric Fethullah Gülen must be extradited back to Turkey if Washington expects the capital city Ankara to release jailed US […]

Lindy Lowry - Apr 24, 2018

Inside Nigeria’s Unreported Terror: Snapshots of Havoc and Hope in Africa

Meet and hear from Nigerian believers in West Africa as they share with us what’s happening in their West African villages and these deadly clashes with Muslim Fulani militants.

Lindy Lowry - Apr 20, 2018

US Pastor Brunson Moved From ‘Nightmare’ Prison

A bipartisan group of 66 senators is threatening Turkey with “measures” if US Pastor Andrew Brunson isn’t freed.

Lindy Lowry - Apr 16, 2018

U.S. Pastor Andrew Brunson to Wait for Next Hearing in Grim Turkish Prison

After only one day of testimony, the outcome of the first hearing for  U.S. Pastor Andrew Brunson has not gone as we hoped.

Kate Yates - Apr 16, 2018

Bearing the Burdens of Our Persecuted Brothers and Sisters In Prison

While we are able to encourage those around us and even pray with them in their difficulties with relative ease, how are we to help bear the burdens of brothers and sisters living on the other side of the world? Does it even matter?

Lindy Lowry - Apr 16, 2018

Trial for U.S. Pastor Andrew Brunson Begins–“I Want Truth to Come Out”

The trial for U.S. Pastor Andrew Brunson began today. In Andrew’s defense statement, he told the court, “I am a Christian pastor. I did not join an Islamic movement. Their aims and mine are different…”