International Christian Concern has learned that on December 6, 2019, 11 non-local Christian passengers were attacked while travelling to Mandera from Nairobi and killed at Kotulo in northeastern Kenya.
Wearing a gas mask, Santa strolls down the streets of Baghdad. He carefully treads through flurries of shredded trash strewn across dirt blackened by nearly three months of ongoing protests. Iraq’s churches declared Christmas cancelled—so Santa walks the streets early, distributing offertory roses of peace among protesters. … See MoreSee Less
Jesus is the Prince of Peace. Without him there will be no peace.
You may cancel Christmas celebrations, but you can’t cancel Christmas…
See America now u spend billoins on these nation's to protect them and this is their return.
God help them
Think of all the US lives destroyed by fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan…for what end?! Worse than Vietnam!
So unclean. Awful.
Merry Christmas to the good and brave people of Iraq. Nuts to the others.
what does santa have to do with christmas?
Maybe if they cancelled Islam and embraced Christ, their streets wouldn't be bombed out ruins.
ICC’s partner, Free North Korea Radio (FNKR), has been serving underground Christians by broadcasting their Christian programming into North Korea twice each day.
Their audience hears daily readings of Bible passages, sermons by South Korean pastors, as well as North Korean defector pastors explaining the Gospel. They also broadcast Christian music and a radio drama on the life of Jesus Christ, which are all nearly impossible to obtain in this country where Christians are severely persecuted.
With permission, we are sharing a video that was recently filmed inside North Korea, showing underground Christians tuning in to FNKR’s program. It is living proof that our brothers and sisters in Christ in North Korea continue to seek out God in spite of the extremely hostile environment.
Please continue praying for our persecuted family in this closed nation. If you would like to support this crucial ministry, please also consider giving today: bit.ly/2UdsJ5L… See MoreSee Less