Monthly Archives: September 2011

Iran: no annulment of Nadarkhani death penalty 29/09/2011

Sources inside Iran have firmly denied reports that a verbal notification of the annulment of the charges against Pastor Nadarkhani has been given to his lawyer, Mr Mohammad Ali Dadkhah.  Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) is urging that conclusions should not … Continue reading

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Nazarenes Affected by Earthquakes in Guatemala

After 4 earthquakes hit about 30 miles southeast of Guatemala City in a matter of 90 minutes on Monday, September 26, 2011, Nazarene Compassionate Ministries is responding to the needs of the people in the Southeast District of Guatemala. Hundreds … Continue reading

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Myanmar: Faith over Family

A young Christian in Myanmar was forced to choose between faith and family recently when her relatives demanded that she recant her faith. On Sept. 19, 2011, 21-year-old Ying was preparing to leave for classes at an underground seminary when … Continue reading

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Campaign to free S. Korean imprisoned in NK spreading

The campaign to rescue South Korean Shin Sook-ja and her daughters, who have been detained in North Korea for 35 years, is spreading across South Korea. Since The Dong-A Ilbo introduced their plight on Aug. 3, the campaign for their … Continue reading

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Prayer Alert: Algerian Christian to be Given Five Year Prison Sentence for Blasphemy

Dear Friend, Algerian Christians are requesting our prayers on behalf of Siagh Krimo, an Algerian Christian who is scheduled to appear in court today to see if his five year prison sentence for blasphemy will be upheld. Krimo was arrested … Continue reading

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Update: Hopeful new on Yousef Nardarkhani, death sentence may be overturned

Awaiting official confirmation – Iranian courts are unpredictable – keep praying:

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North Korea: Inside Kim Jong Il’s Death Camps

Clearly detailed satellite photos released by the South Korean government reveal a rapidly growing network of six slave-labor camps, home to more than 200,000 North Koreans, one-third of whom are believed to be children. Located in the rugged, isolated mountain … Continue reading

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Yousef Nadarkhani’s sentence upheld by Iranian court, could be executed Wednesday or Thursday

Pastor Nardakahni refused for the fourth time, to recant his faith in Jesus.  People of God, read the following and forward it to as many people as possible.  We must put pressure on public officials to act.  The silence among … Continue reading

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Jesus Film Update – September 28, 2011

“Auxiliadora had two tumors on her ovaries,” said the team member in Nicaragua. “She was very sick as she watched the JESUS Film. She made a decision to trust in Christ after the film. A few days later, God did … Continue reading

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Three Muslim Relatives Rape Pakistani Christian Girl

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