Monthly Archives: November 2012

NCM stands up for life on World Aids Day

You can live with HIV, but few in Twopiece Khumalo’s community in Luve, Swaziland, believed it before 2007. Afraid of the AIDS diagnosis and the stigma that came with it, many refused to be tested; those who were confirmed HIV positive hid … Continue reading

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“The Pimp Next Door” – CBN TV Video

Stories of God’s deliverance from human trafficking: Human Trafficking Survivors’ Stories

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Bangladesh Nazarenes give to Hurricane Sandy victims

If there’s one thing Bangladesh Nazarenes know, it’s how it feels to lose everything due to catastrophic flooding and storms. That’s why when news reached them about how Hurricane Sandy devastated parts of the Caribbean and the U.S. East Coast … Continue reading

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At least 11 people have been killed in a suicide bombing at a church inside a military barracks in Kaduna state, while elsewhere in Nigeria, an allegation of blasphemy prompted anti-Christian riots. Read More

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Minnesota City Defies Federal Judge and Bans Christians From Witnessing in Public Park

Despite a Federal judge issuing issued a restraining order against the City of Duluth preventing them from prohibiting speech during the annual Tour of Lights, four Christians were recently barred from sharing the Gospel in a public park. The Christians … Continue reading

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Erin from PNG: Some days are harder than others

At 4 months old, babies are supposed to be happy and healthy.  They are starting to roll over, hold their head up, grasp things and put them in their mouth and more.  My sister just sent me a picture of … Continue reading

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Christian Convert from Islam Beheaded in Somalia

Islamic extremists accuse young man of being spy, embracing ‘foreign religion’ By Dan Wooding, Assist News Service BARAWA, SOMALIA (ANS) — Islamic extremists from Somalia’s rebel Al-Shabaab militants on Friday (Nov. 16, 2012) brutally murdered a Christian in Somalia’s coastal … Continue reading

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“If Barnabas had not come to give us this house we would have been in very difficult situation with eight members in the family. In the rain we are protected, for heat we have a roof above us. We are … Continue reading

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Pakistan court clears Rimsha; location remains secret as risk remains

London, November 20 (Open Doors News) — The case against Rimsha Masih, the teenage Pakistani Christian girl, has today been dropped by the court in the Pakistani capital Islamabad. Read More

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Millions of Indian Christians are being denied their constitutional rights by the government, which is refusing to give them a place in the country’s hierarchical caste system. Read More

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