boycott these schools which are imposing such laws
pakistani christians must start home schooling or christian young adults…who chose teaching as a profession must collaborate and start teaching in their respective regions…. they should give time after their work or these teachers should be financially supported by parents of the childrens who need to be educated….this is a serious issue and must be dealt with some stern and different measures
We asked you to advocate for Chinese Christian Gao Zhisheng, who has been previously imprisoned and has now disappeared (many believe the Chinese government knows where he is).
Joy Bishara, one of the 276 Christian girls whom Boko Haram kidnapped from Chibok, shares how experiencing God during that trial pushed her to become a "real Christian."
She joined us for our June 2018 Capitol Hill Policy Day to share her story of persecution. Please pray for both the 100+ Chibok Girls who were kidnapped with Joy and are still missing and for their families. … See MoreSee Less
There are two regions in the world that account for 60 percent of the US State Department’s Countries of Particular Concern (CPC). Asia, with countries like Burma, China, and North Korea, is one region.
Can you guess the other region that comprises 30 percent of CPCs? … See MoreSee Less
"While other worldviews lead us to sit in the midst of life’s joys, foreseeing the coming sorrows, Christianity empowers its people to sit in the midst of this world’s sorrows, tasting the coming joy." – Timothy Keller
Persecution is a heavy topic. We grieve at our brothers’ and sisters’ pain. Yet, there is a greater reality than this suffering we see. We have a reason to rejoice – because of the HOPE that Jesus has given us!
Whether you are facing serious persecution or daily disappointments, take hope in Christ’s goodness today. Remember that "our light affliction, which is but for a moment, is working for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory!" (2 Cor. 4:17) … See MoreSee Less
Is it not sad that these other worldviews are being preached in churches all over the world today promoting the "I" problem that permeates through said societies today. The "power" given to Christians does not encourage us to sit and wait, but to go forth in faith brining in the lost and spreading the Gospel to all corners of the earth. The prize at the end should be enough to encourage us to endure momentary hardships.
Thank you for a good Word.