President’s Letter: Treasure
ICC Note: Several days ago, four gunmen attacked Archangel Michael Church in Grozny, Chechnya. At least 1 churchgoer and 2 police officers were killed as well as all of the attackers. Officials are not sure if the attackers were associated with an extremist group but that area has seen many women and men traveling to ... More
ICC Note: Turkey is home to millions of Syrian refugees who have fled the civil war, which has now entered its eighth year. Syrian Christians fled early on during the war, and have no intention of ever returning. Many have settled in Mardin (Turkey), a historically Christian area although the authorities have attempted to suppress the ... More
The state of religious freedom in Pakistan remains adverse in spite of provisions written in the Pakistani constitution. More
ICC Note: Egypt’s national football team has no Coptic Christian players, although the sport is played by all Egyptians. Those Christians who try to make it to the upper leagues report discrimination, intimidation, and harassment because of their faith. This causes great frustration among many Christians who would like to pursue a career in football ... More
ICC Note: Although North Korean government recently released three Korean-American detainees all believed to be Christians, it does not signify that human rights situation in the country is improving. Open Doors USA shares how we ought to continue to remember and pray for the underground North Korea Christians enduring hardship. 05/21/2018 North Korea (Mission Network News) ... More
"Finally, brethren, pray for us, that the word of the Lord may run swiftly and be glorified, just as it is with you, and that we may be delivered from unreasonable and wicked men; for not all have faith." – 2 Thess. 3:1-2
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The report by Open Doors USA includes specific prayer requests for each of the 50 worst countries for violence and persecution against Christians.
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Students, what are your next plans? What about gaining experience in your area of study while relieving the suffering of Christians who are persecuted for their faith? Learn more: bit.ly/2IBAR9T … See MoreSee Less
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Our persecuted family knows the brokenness of this world, but that does not change this truth: He is worthy.
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He is more than Worthy.
Christian women spoke up about persecution and Pakistan’s blasphemy laws at the Human Rights Council in Geneva’s 37th session. Listen to part of a Pakistani-born woman’s experience:
Christian women activists raised the issue of persecution of minority community in the hands of Islamic fundamentalists and the misuse of blasphemy law in Pakistan during the 37th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva. … See MoreSee Less
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And what is the Human Rights Council planning to do to help?
Thank you so much for conserning this issue we christian has never herd from any big org.
Thank you brave ladies. Father deliver us from evil
The truth .
The abuse of Islam in the hands of bloodlust barbaric pl rolled who call themselves Muslim. Shameless!
Lord have mercy
The Human Rights Counsil Don’t care about Christians….
Hope something can be done for the Christians there!