Iran: New Testament now available in 12 new dialects as underground church grows

Mar 1, 2024 by

By Karen Faulkner, WorthyNews. Thanks to Bible translators who risk their lives for the work, Christians who live under Iran’s hostile Islamic regime are now able to read the New Testament in 12 more of their nation’s 62 languages,...

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Jimmy Lai and the Plight of Hong Kong Christians

Feb 28, 2024 by

By Josiah Hasbrouck, Juicy Ecumenism. Amidst wars in Ukraine and Gaza, China’s activities in Hong Kong have not been as much in the spotlight of global news in recent months. During a recent Hudson Institute event, however, Senior Fellow...

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Sudanese Christian Slaves Saved in Modern-Day Underground Railroad: ‘It’s Extremely Dangerous Work’

Feb 26, 2024 by

By Billy Hallowell, Faithwire.   An organization combatting Christian persecution across the globe recently announced it helped free 1,500 Sudanese slaves last year, bringing the total liberated over the past three decades to over...

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Worst Persecutors of the Church Named for 2023

Feb 12, 2024 by

By Scott Morgan, Juicy Ecumenism. Advocacy group International Christian Concern (ICC) has made available to the public its report on the worst persecutors of the church in the year 2023. The report assumes a similar approach to the U.S....

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Persecution backfires

Feb 11, 2024 by

by Campbell Campbell-Jack, A Grain of Sand: Growth Means Opposition When Algeria gained its independence from France in 1962  Articles 29 and 36 of the Algerian Constitution allowed freedom of religion and missionary work. As a result...

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New report warns of ‘intensifying intolerance towards Christians in the West’

Feb 6, 2024 by

By Kurt Mahlburg, Mercator. “This report is a warning call.” “It is shocking to see Western countries — the same ones we think of as free and open societies — take authoritarian measures against Christians simply trying to live out their...

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