Monthly Archives: January 2017

  • “Anything you say right now is going to offend someone.” That’s basically what has been going through my mind this week. On the President’s actions on immigration policy and the media’s coverage of events, I have plenty of opinions. After all, I encouraged my husband to walk away from a career at a law firm […]

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  • “Please pray along with us. These armed Fulani herdsmen are out to destroy us completely.”   Grace Daniels received distressed phone calls from family members living in Gidan Waya village – Islamic Fulani herdsmen were attacking people and destroying homes and church buildings in the predominantly Christian area. From Wednesday evening until Friday afternoon (Nov. […]

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  • Maryam Zargaran was arrested by Iranian authorities for leaving Islam to worship Jesus. Maryam, a children’s music teacher, was arrested in November 2012. She was held for five days in the filthy, dangerous Vozara Detention Center, and then transferred to the notorious Evin prison. Except for a few months out on bail, she has been in […]

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  • On December 11th, in one of the deadliest attacks on Egypt’s Christian minority in years, a bomb exploded during Sunday worship in a Coptic Christian church in Cairo, killing at least 25 people (many of them women and children) and injuring 49 more. The day after the bombing Egypt’s president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi named a […]

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  • “We curse you and your family. You are an apostate according to Islamic law, and you deserve to die.” Uganda– Malik was an Islamic sheikh (teacher) when a pastor in his village visited his home and told him the Good News. In April 2016, Malik turned from Islam and began trusting Jesus. But he kept […]

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