SUDAN: Extreme Reminder
  • 28 February 2018

“Collect some wood!” the soldiers snarled. Young James Jeda assumed that the soldiers were about to cook their dinner. Earlier that day, he had watched, horrified, as the radical Muslim soldiers killed his parents and four siblings in Southern Sudan. They spared James only to use him as a worker. When the fire was well […]

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ROMANIA: Extreme Injustice
  • 28 February 2018

Pastor Florescu couldn’t bear to watch his son being beaten by the Communist officers. He had already been beaten himself, and he had not slept for two weeks for fear of being attacked by the starving rats the Communists had forced into his prison cell. The Romanian police wanted Florescu to give up other members […]

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Bible College Student Testimony: Albert
  • 27 February 2018

‘Albert’ is a 3rd year student at the Bible college in Mindanao, Philippines. He will dedicate his life for three years when he will graduate with a Bachelor of Theology. After graduating, Albert may be given a church to pastor or be a member of a team that will go to a church to support […]

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The Bible Marches on Despite the Persecution
  • 26 February 2018

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” John 1:1 (NKJV) October 2017 marked 500 years since the start of the Reformation movement of the church. These reformers were willing to give up their lives so we may have access to the Word of God and […]

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KENYA: Students Attacked in High School Clash
  • 13 February 2018

On the night of 23 January, several students at a high school beat and stabbed fellow classmates for refusing to convert to Islam. Tensions had been growing for weeks at Jamhuri High School in northern Nairobi due to the complaints of the Muslim students – primarily of Somali, Boran and Oromo descent – complaining of […]

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PAKISTAN: Killer of Christian Student Freed
  • 01 February 2018

The Multan High Court has ordered the release on bail of Ahmed Raza, the Muslim student arrested for killing Sharoon Masih, 17, his classmate of Christian faith. The latter was beaten to death after being found “guilty” of drinking from the same water dispenser as fellow Muslims. According to the judges, there was no clear […]

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