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“We were very stupid.” It is a statement of grief, uttered by many Christian women living in Upper Egypt. They are marginalized because they are Christian, then marginalized again because they are women.More
In this week’s episode of #intothedeep podcast, Jeff King interviews North Korea expert Suzanne Scholte, who delves into the origin of the spiritual warfare waging in North Korea, explaining how Christianity became the greatest threat to the foundation of the Kim dynasty.
3 hours ago
That is so sad
Sitting in a rickshaw on a bumpy path deep in the jungle of Myanmar, I knew that the interview ahead would be heartbreaking. I was meeting with a widow who lived in an active fighting zone, left with three young children to raise on her own after her husband’s disappearance.
As we entered the Christian shelter where ICC provided for her two sons to stay and receive after-school tutoring, the dimmed light in the room pre-determined the grim nature of our conversation.
In January 2019, Pastor U Tun Nu in Rakhine State was taken from his home at gunpoint by the AA, who reportedly told him that they needed to question him. He was never heard from again. On February 1, his mission organization, Gospel for Asia, confirmed his death. His wife, however, never got to see his body and still hopes for his return.
1 day ago
May God bless and protect her and her children. Amen
May God strength be upon her !
God strength her and their children
Lord Jesus bless them comfort them strengthen them 🙏🏾😔❤️
Lord strengthen her and their children to trust in you with a stronger faith and provide them the strength to pass the pain.
Lord cover her and her family with your protection.