US citizen Jeffrey Fowle, a committed Christian, is to go on trial in North Korea after being detained and charged with “perpetrating hostile acts” against the state. He left a Bible in his hotel room while on a tour of the country and North Korea’s official news agency reported that he “perpetrated activities that violated the laws of our republic, which did not fit his stated purpose of visiting our republic as a tourist.” His family in the US has insisted that he was not there for missionary purposes. Photo: Jeffrey Fowle
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What a beautiful picture of worship! Over 14,000 people in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, attended the Spring Love Festival hosted by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association from March 4-5.
The event has made history as the first time the Communist Vietnamese government has given permission for an evangelistic outreach with a foreign speaker outside of a holiday.
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14,000 Gather in Vietnam for Evangelism Event - International Christian Concern03/06/2023 Vietnam (International Christian Concern) – Over 14,000 people in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, attended the Spring Love Festival hosted by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association from Mar...
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Hasan was forced to flee his country with his family after his father was brutally murdered for his Christian faith. Little did the family know that the persecution would follow them to Kenya.
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