Find out news regarding the persecuted church, worldwide, for the third week of June 2019.
BURKINA FASO The attacks against Christians in Burkina Faso is rising dramatically. On June 9 and 10, twin attacks by Islamists killed 29 people. These two attacks bring the total to 6. In addition to reported deaths, Christians are feeling for their lives. Local Barnabas Fund contacts said that 82 pastors
We often see the injustices in the world but don’t know how to begin tackling the issue. We raise a fuss about the things we see, but seldom put out a hand to help. In his book “Vulnerable” Raleigh Sadler redefines the way Christians should think about these issues and walks the reader through easy things that they can do to make an impact that has lasting effects.
Click to purchase. I have just completed this book, my first of Gao’s writings. It is a definite read for those interested in human rights, religious freedom, and/or Christian persecution. As a lawyer, and a Christian, Gao has dedicated his life to defending the rights of people in China. Those actions landed him
World Watch Monitor: Reprinted with permission Extremism, Human Rights, and Christians We hear very little about the violence and persecution that goes on within the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). It is in the top 10 countries for Catholicism (by population) and the first in Africa. Yet, the DRC
Downtown Chicago with Ms. Brenda Most people have encountered a homeless person at some point in their life. Maybe the person was on the side of the road, at a stop light, with a sign. Maybe the person was sitting at the entrance to the Metro. Maybe the person was