Month: May 2018

May 31

Cross Draws Ethiopian Muslim to Christ–Secret Faith Brings Peace in Midst of Family’s Vow to Kill Him

In Ethiopia (#29 on the World Watch List), government regulations restrict the freedom of religion, while in some parts of the country conservative Muslims pose challenges for believers, especially converts from Islam. Arrests and disappearances of believers are common in Ethiopia, and those who leave Islam face harsh mistreatment from family members. For Ibrahim*, family […]

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May 29

“Our God Is Stronger Than Persecution”—Egyptian Widow Shares Courageous Message a Year After Attack

The widow of a laborer who died during last May’s ISIS attacks on vehicles traveling to a monastery in Egypt remembers the day off her husband’s death and reflects on the last year without him.

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May 27

Indian Pastor Beaten, Thrown Into Ditch–But Persecutors Shocked by What God Does Next

Increasingly, the leaders of village churches in India are bearing the brunt of Christian persecution, often finding themselves the first target of Hindu extremists.

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May 24

The Radical Forgiveness One Egyptian Mother Has for Her Son’s Murderers

On May 26, 2017, 28 Christians traveling to a monastery in Egypt’s Minya region died for their faith when ISIS militants attacked their bus.

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May 21

Once a Persecutor, Now a Christ Follower–Former Muslim Shares How He Met Jesus During Ramadan

Former Muslims, now Christians, share their stories of finding Jesus during Ramadan and the catalytic impact of their newfound faith on their lives.

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