Sudan: church compound illegally occupied

Christians in Sudan request prayer against continued efforts to take over church property. Yesterday (26th April) the police and an armed mob occupied part of the Sudan Presbyterian Evangelical Church (SPEC) compound in Omdurman which includes houses, offices and school

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Turkish Christians in Paris

It is Friday again and Marna and I are looking forward to meet up with our Turkish Bible study group. Karam* and Ismael* has been a real source of blessing for us lately. They made Jesus the Lord and Master

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Meeting Jesus in a Tent.

One afternoon Daniel walked into a white tent in a refugee camp in Jordan, with a family of eight people inside. “Hi I’m Daniel and I’m here to tell you about Jesus,” he announced. He wasn’t quite prepared for their

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Vietnamese Child’s Feet Healed Through Prayer

Two young Vietnamese parents are rejoicing after their crippled 2-year-old daughter miraculously began walking after being prayed for by local missionaries. According to a report from Christian Aid Mission (CAM), the couple, from Vietnam’s Central Highlands, were on their way

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Pray for Indonesian Elections

According to unofficial counts, the Christian governor of Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta, is heading for a tough run-off against a Muslim opponent, following a divisive election campaign marred by religious intolerance and racial bigotry. Yesterday, 15th February, more than 13,000 polling stations

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Call to Protect Child Soldiers.

Sunday, 12th February, marked Red Hand Day, also known as the International Day against the Use of Child Soldiers, and the charity World Vision used the day to urge the UK government to make protection for the world’s 250,000 child

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‘Children they are, not slaves’.

Sister Gracy Rodrigues, an Indian nun with the Congregation of the Daughters of Charity (the Canossians), is involved in rescuing child victims of trafficking and active with the Asian Movement of Women Religious Against Human Trafficking (AMRAT), a network of

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