Monthly Archives: November 2017

  • On Africa’s Gold Coast, Christianity is spreading despite Islamic aggression in other regions of the continent. Ghana’s population is over 70% Christian, with many leading active and open lives of faith. “It’s common to see people studying the Bible on the bus, and many office workers keep open Bibles on their desks.” This has encouraged […]

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  • Evangelizing in Turkey is dangerous work as Islamists in the Turkish government try to silence those who preach the Gospel. One year ago on October 7, 2016, Pastor Andrew Brunson and his wife Norine were arrested by Turkish authorities on false charges of “undermining national security”. Norine was released shortly after her arrest, but Pastor […]

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  • ISIS continues to plague Syria, and Christians there especially need prayer for protection as a key city has recently been re-captured. While the Islamic State’s reign of terror in the Middle East appears to be contained, the situation is still volatile for Christians and other enemies of Islam. ISIS activity still threatens Damascus, the Syrian […]

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  • In the complex web of political, ethnic, and religious conflict in the Central African Republic, recent events have stirred up Muslim factions who threaten mass killing of Christians. Christians in land-locked Central African Republic (CAR), one of the poorest countries in Africa, are persevering amid a period of extreme pressure from Islamic rebel groups whose […]

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