Pray for Yemen

Part of the ancient spice route, this country has been rich in trade and wealth. The fertile land was home to the Queen of Sheba who visited King Solomon. As a nation they were early accepters of the Good News,

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A Letter from Syria

Syria has been closed to the outside world for many weeks. This letter has been received from a leading pastor in Syria and the Evangelical Alliance in the UK is taking the unprecedented step of circulating it to Christians around

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The Church in Egypt as Salt and Light

Watch this video clip and pray for the church in Egypt as it extends grace to the community where it lives. Egypt still needs God’s grace and a work of His Spirit for renewal and life for all.    

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Eighty Christian Believers Raided in Uzbekistan

Eighty Christian Believers Raided in Uzbekistan  SUMMARY: In December 2012, a group of policemen raided a gathering of Christian Believers. While hurling abuses at the Believers, the police took away songbooks and Bibles. They left after taking everyone’s fingerprints. Later, four

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Deteriorating situation of Churches in Sudan

The situation for Christians in Sudan (the old North Sudan) is currently worsening since the pressure on Christians has been increasing. Last December, Khartoum state government managed to demolish a church in Khartoum. They came with more than 60 policemen

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Refugees in Lebanon

With political upheaval in nations around Lebanon it plays a major role in caring for refugees. But this small nation is challenged, while the opportunities to show love and compassion need the response of the Church.

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Kurdish Northern Iraq

Kurdistan could well have been home to the Garden of Eden. The Bible says God placed the Garden between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers that still flow in Kurdistan today. But the semi-autonomous region in north-eastern Iraq is today recovering from decades

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The Church in Tunisia

Tunisia is a country with an ancient history of the church, once the centre of Christian thought and learning. Today the church is young and fragile, in the face of the challenges brought about by the revolution.

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Youth in the Middle East

One of the things that strike any casual observer of the Middle East is that it is very young. The median age can be as low as 15!  This means that most of the population of the country is at

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