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Evangelical leaders will travel to Israel to signal their support
Evangelical leaders will travel to Israel to signal their support
Evangelical leaders will travel to Israel to signal their support

Christian Leaders To Travel To Israel As Sign Of Solidarity

Several high-profile evangelical leaders will travel to Israel next week as a part of the “Christians in Solidarity with Israel” trip put together by the National Religious Broadcasters in response to the most recent conflict ...
 
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Is Ebola a curse from God? Some African Christian leaders think so
Is Ebola a curse from God? Some African Christian leaders think so
Is Ebola a curse from God? Some African Christian leaders think so

Is Ebola A Curse From God?

As Western nations evacuate their citizens from West Africa’s growing Ebola outbreak, some Christian leaders have begun to speak of the virus as a curse from God.
 
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Somali Widow’s Life in Danger in Kenya after Reporting Assault to Police
Somali Widow’s Life in Danger in Kenya after Reporting Assault to Police
Somali Widow’s Life in Danger in Kenya after Reporting Assault to Police

Somali Widow’s Life In Danger In Kenya After Reporting Assault To Police

Islamic extremists from Somalia, upset that a Christian widow would not send her children to a Muslim school, attacked her and seek to kill her because she reported the assault to police, community members said.

 
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Some Nigerians call for banning the hijab to prevent female suicide bombers
Some Nigerians call for banning the hijab to prevent female suicide bombers
Some Nigerians call for banning the hijab to prevent female suicide bombers

Some Nigerians Call For Banning Hijab To Stop Female Suicide Bombers

In northern Nigeria, mounting fears of militant female suicide bombers have raised calls to ban the hijab, or the veil that covers the head, chest and, in some cases, the entire body.
 
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Massacre in Predominantly Christian Gwoza, Nigeria Said to Leave 100 Dead
Massacre in Predominantly Christian Gwoza, Nigeria Said to Leave 100 Dead
Massacre in Predominantly Christian Gwoza, Nigeria Said to Leave 100 Dead

Massacre In Predominantly Christian Nigerian Town Leaves 100 Dead

After weeks of sacking villages and destroying church buildings around Nigeria’s northeastern town of Gwoza, Islamic extremist group Boko Haram on Wednesday (Aug. 6) killed an estimated 100 people in the predominantly Christian...
 
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Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Released From Prison
Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Released From Prison
Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Released From Prison

Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Released From Prison

China has released a human rights lawyer after three years in prison, but his family and rights advocates worry about his continued safety.

 
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At least 205 Christians Killed by Fulani Herdsmen in Benue State, Nigeria
At least 205 Christians Killed by Fulani Herdsmen in Benue State, Nigeria
At least 205 Christians Killed by Fulani Herdsmen in Benue State, Nigeria

More Than 76 Christians Killed In Taraba State, Nigeria In Last 4 Months

Four Christians killed in Nigeria’s northeastern state of Taraba last week were among at least 76 slain in the state in the past five months, Christian leaders report.
 
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martyrs prayers
martyrs prayers
martyrs prayers

‘Martyrs Prayers’ An Album For The Persecuted Church

It is unlikely that you have heard any album quite like "Martyrs Prayers." A lot of people may consider "Martyrs Prayers" dark, but the record is raw and brings light to what persecuted Christians think and go through.
 
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China Detains Canadian Coffee Shop Owners for 'Spying'
China Detains Canadian Coffee Shop Owners for 'Spying'
China Detains Canadian Coffee Shop Owners for 'Spying'

China Detains Canadian Christian Coffee Shop Owners For ‘Spying’

China is investigating a Canadian couple on suspicion of stealing state secrets, one week after Canada accused Beijing of cyber hacking.

 
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Family of US Prisoner in Pyongyang Marks Birthday
Family of US Prisoner in Pyongyang Marks Birthday
Family of US Prisoner in Pyongyang Marks Birthday

Family Of US Prisoner In Pyongyang Marks Birthday

The family of Kenneth Bae, an American imprisoned in North Korea, celebrated his 46th birthday Friday without him. “Happy birthday, Jun-ho!” said his mother Myung-hee Bae when asked to send a message to Bae. The Baes are of ...