Another Attack on Nigerian Churches
Another Attack on Nigerian Churches

The latest from Nigeria is that the killing of Christians continues. On Sunday, February 26th, a suicide bomber detonated an explosive at the main headquarters of the Church of Christ during its morning service. A father and child were killed and at least 38 others were wounded. Newsweek magazine covered this pattern of attacks in-depth… Read more »

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A Closed Country Begins to Open
A Closed Country Begins to Open

One of the world’s most repressive governments is changing. Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, resumed diplomatic relations with the U.S. last month after its military-led regime freed hundreds of political prisoners and announced a cease-fire in its war against a major ethnic group, the Karen. That move appears to end one of the longest-running civil… Read more »

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Child Sacrifices Increasing in Uganda

“We can bury the child alive on your construction site, or we cut them in different places and put their blood in a bottle of spiritual medicine,” the witch doctor said. He was speaking with a reporter from the British Broadcasting Company (BBC), investigating rising rates of child sacrifice in Uganda, posing as a businessman. Officials… Read more »

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Leprosy Feature
Leprosy Curses Healthy Children

Smallpox. Polio. Plague. Tuberculosis. Leprosy. Vaccines and cures now exist for all these once-terrifying diseases. But one, leprosy, remains deadly because of the stigma it still carries, especially in India. Thousands of people live in that country’s 1,000 leper colonies while their children live in orphanages even though they are healthy and may have two… Read more »

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A War on Christians
A War on Christians

The Global War on Christians in the Muslim World is the cover story in the current edition of Newsweek magazine both in the U.S. and internationally. It reads, “From one end of the Muslim world to the other, Christians are being murdered for their faith.” The author details the situation as, …an unrecognized battle costing thousands… Read more »

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Australian Students Take Action
Australian Students Take Action

800 students from King’s Christian College (Australia’s largest K-12 Christian Academy) were so moved by the impact that the Story of Jesus is having on children worldwide that they decided to do a fundraiser to distribute even more. Together they raised enough money to reach another 20,000 kids their own age. Studies show that more… Read more »

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World’s Largest Muslim Country
World’s Largest Muslim Country

The world’s largest Muslim population is not in the Middle East nor are its members ethnic Arabs. That surprises many people. More Muslims live in the Asian country of Indonesia than anywhere else.Unique in many ways, Indonesia is also marked by the zeal of its growing Christian population. Christians probably comprise between 10 and 15… Read more »

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A Nose for Teaching
A Nose for Teaching

“Take a look at the nose of the person sitting next to you.” Marlene LeFever, a master teacher with David C Cook, was instructing 1,100 Christian teachers in Mexico. “Now imagine what that nose would look like on your face!” The crowd erupted with laughter. She explained, “We used to think God made all smart people’s… Read more »

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Father Unknown
Father Unknown

The sprawling red-light district of Mumbai, a huge city once called Bombay, is home to thousands of prostitutes or, in polite language, commercial sex workers. It’s also home to their children, who have no idea who their fathers might be. Their mothers are seldom home. Their homes may be a single crowded room or a… Read more »

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Church Growth Explodes…in Cuba?
Church Growth Explodes…in Cuba?

Yes, God is moving in an amazing way in the communist country so close to the U.S., yet so distant from the experience of most Americans. In fact, church growth in Cuba is so great that it brings an ongoing and urgent need for Bible studies and other resources for training new leaders and discipling… Read more »

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