Kenyan Schoolboy Rekindled Dreams After Losing Father to al-Shabaab

04/02/2019 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Fifteen-year-old Joseph Mwangangi lost all hope of attending secondary school after his father was killed and his family was displaced by al-Shabaab. These events occurred just a few months before he would have transitioned from primary

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Visual Media Important Platform for the Gospel

According to Trans World Radio, 80 percent of those unreached with the Gospel live in a country where YouTube is the first or second most visited website? For ministries, that’s something to think about. and for TWR, it means diversification

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Young Kazakhs Actively Seeking Religion

“Almost 90 percent of the leaders of Kazakhstan youth consider themselves believers, with 86 percent of them professing Islam,” according to a survey conducted by sociologist Madina Nurgaliyeva, and leading her to warn that “religiosity among young Kazakhs is at

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Growing Unrest on the Streets of Tunisia.

Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi has warned that members of ISIL living in Libya may use the current unrest in Tunisia to sneak into the country. Protests and clashes in the western Kasserine province of Tunisia started last Saturday, after

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The Plight of Unaccompanied Child Refugees

It has taken Nasir six weeks to reach this muddy park in Serbia’s capital. After leaving his home in Afghanistan’s Baghlan province, he first travelled to Iran, traversing the country on foot and in smugglers’ trucks. At the border with

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Iraqi Nun Helping Fellow Refugees

Sister Hayat, 30, lived a sheltered, spiritual life in a Dominican monastery near Mosul, northern Iraq. She took care of the children in an orphanage and taught anthropology at the local university. However, in the summer of 2014, ISIL fought

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