Monthly Archives: May 2015

  • Nigerian military forces have been able to rescue approximately 677 of the 2,000 women and children kidnapped by Islamic terror group Boko Haram. Many of the girls who were rescued are pregnant which was the intention of their rapists. As we continue to pray for the remaining captives, let us also pray for those who […]

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  • Officials in Tiaret, Algeria continue their campaign to harass and imprison anyone who evangelizes Muslims or transports Christian materials without permission. On March 16, a 33-year-old pastor and his assistant were arrested for transporting Christian literature as well as two dozen copies of the Gospel. For two hours, police interrogated them, and filed a report […]

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  • Earlier this week news emerged out of northern Nigeria that a large number of the girls and women kidnapped by Boko Haram have been freed.  But amidst this good news is the horror of what happened to them while captive to the violent Islamists. Former captives of the group told of being raped, many repeatedly, […]

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  • Mussie Eyob trusted Jesus in 2008. Three years later while living in the Muslim autocracy of Saudi Arabia, he was locked in prison for sharing the Gospel with Muslims at a mosque in Jeddah. The Saudis then deported Mussie from Saudi Arabia to his native Eritrea. He did not, however, get another trial. Instead, officials […]

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  • The Iraqi Interior Ministry is considering military operations to liberate Mosul and Nineveh from ISIS control…which would be a very bloody battle, but is necessary if the tens of thousands of displaced Christians from the Ninevah plain will ever get to return to their homes. Turkey’s president Recep  Erdoğan is basically “looking the other way” […]

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  • Uganda The daughter of the pastor at New Hope Church in eastern Uganda was gang-raped by a group of 5 Muslims in April. The men intended to send the pastor a message that he should stop all prayer meetings and close down the church or he would live to regret it. Pray for His healing […]

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  • Almost one month ago, the massacre of 148 students from Garissa University in Kenya captured international attention in the most horrific way. Memory of the carnage is still fresh on our minds. On April 2 at 5:30 a.m., four gunmen stormed a prayer gathering at Garissa University College in northeastern Kenya. A few minutes later, […]

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