Egypt: 12 years after church closed, Copts start to rebuild

Twelve years after their previous church was closed, the Coptic community in the Egyptian village of Kom El-Loufy, 250km south of Cairo, is celebrating as a new church is built. Last month, with the agreement of local Muslims, the Copts started digging the foundations

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Forgiveness is a problem

Forgiveness is a problem for radicals and terrorists. The main problem – for the terrorists – is that Egyptian Christians are publicly forgiving those who murdered their families since 2014. This is unheard of, particularly in the Middle East where

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Sudan: second church demolition this month

Christians in Sudan request prayer as the authorities’ campaign to demolish churches continues. On Wednesday 17th May the Sudanese Church of Christ (SCOC) building in Algadisia, Khartoum was demolished. This follows the demolition of the SCOC church in Soba Al

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Sudanese refugees in Egypt

There are several million Sudanese refugees in Egypt. AWEMA is ministering among two specific tribes that fled Sudan because of war. It is common to find two families, each with 5-7 members, who are staying in one apartment of 2 rooms with no

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Pray for persecuted Christians In Egypt

As Coptic Christians continue to flee for their lives from the threat of ISIS in Egypt, the head of the Coptic Church in the UK has called out the ‘horrific attacks’ that have claimed 40 Christians in the last three

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