Monthly Archives: August 2011

Aids Free Generation Club


Second in a series from Mark & Linda Louw’s site: www://awfcon.org At first I was surprised! The members of the AIDS FREE GENERATION CLUB in North Central Liberia were much younger than I expected.  As they sang, danced and performed … Continue reading

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Iran: Pastor Faces Charges


Iranian pastor Abdolreza “Matthias” Haghnejad was released from prison on Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, after a family member pledged their property for his bail. Haghnejad is charged with blasphemy against Islam, according to VOM contacts. Haghnejad, a pastor from the … Continue reading

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Imprisoned Beijing Pastor Describes Her Experiences in Standing Up for the Shouwang Church


Editor’s Note: Miss Wang Shuanyan is the pastor of Beijing’s Xinshu (New Tree) Church, one of the hundreds of thousands of illegal “house churches” throughout China. Although she usually avoids the public spotlight, she has stepped forward to support Beijing’s … Continue reading

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Muslim Asylum Seekers in Norway Attack a Christian Convert with Boiling Water


By Michael Ireland Senior Correspondent, ASSIST News Service JAEREN, NORWAY (ANS) — An ex-Muslim Convert to Christianity has been attacked with boiling water and acid by Muslims at an Asylum Reception Center in Norway. http://www.Mohabatnews.com  says that “Ali” (not his … Continue reading

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Nepali Terrorist Experiences Love of Christ in Prison


Source: Christian Post, reprinted from International Christian A man responsible for killing at least six people in various bombing incidents could be set free from his life in prison sentence. Ram Prasad Mainali, 39, spearheaded the Nepal Defense Army (NDA), … Continue reading

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Olivet Nazarene University Students Give of their Time and Talents To Minister to Children and Bring Hope in Ghana


Source: West Africa Field Church of the Nazarene (Mark Louw’s site): I am so pleased to send you the reports from what the students and their professors from ONU did here in Ghana Midland district. Though they faced many challenges … Continue reading

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Answering the Call in Kyrgyzstan


Plain & simple evangelism (from international Christian Concern) http://www.persecution.org/2011/08/29/answering-the-call-in-kyrgyzstan/

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Karnataka: Protestants targeted by BJP and police


Source: Asia News, reprinted from International Christian Concern: by Nirmala Carvalho Backed by the state, police cracks down on religious freedom. According to one rule, Churches must register and provide detailed information about their worship and funding. Christian activist calls … Continue reading

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Twenty-Four Killed in Series of Attacks against Christian Communities in Nigeria


Source: Compass Direct News, reprinted from International Christian Concern: Governor in affected state fears alleged involvement of Muslim soldiers in attacks sets dangerous precedent. JOS, Nigeria, August 26 (CDN) — Twenty-four Christians were killed over the past two weeks by … Continue reading

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A Shiite Clergy views Spreading Christianity as a serious danger


Editors note:  This and the next story are related. A senior religious expert, affiliated with the Islamic Republic, stated: “Danger of Spreading Christianity in this Country is more important than new age mysticism and Satanism.” Wednesday, 24 August 2011 According … Continue reading

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