Lizzie Dearden- Sunday 16 October 2016 An American aid worker has been kidnapped by gunman in Niger, where he was helping local tribes overcome drought and food shortages. Jeffery Woodke was abducted from his home in Abalak by armed men who killed two guards before driving him across the desert into neighbouring Mali. The Youth With A […]

July 29, 2016 – Jack Kerwick Ask yourself this: In all of the gazillions of lectures and tirades (there have, as to date, been no genuine conversations) on slavery, have you ever heard of the names of John Currantee and Ephraim Robin John? Such names—and there are many, many more—belong to a racially incorrect history of […]

8/15/16 – Mark Ellis at God Reports The world was horrified when the Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram kidnapped 276 schoolgirls from the town of Chibok in 2014. But less coverage has been given to the kidnapping of more than 10,000 boys over the last three years by the terror group and their brutal coercion […]

June 13, 2016 – by Mark Ellis Jesus appeared in dreams to this descendant of Muhammad As hundreds of millions of Muslims fast and pray during Ramadan this month, with many seeking to grow closer to Allah, others are finding Jesus. “God is moving very powerfully using dreams and visions Muslims are having of the […]

8 June, 2016 – by Reagan Hoezee  The situation may seem hopeless, but the good news is these people haven’t been abandoned. “We have these two million people that are actually majority Muslim, but they’re consolidated into dozens of refugee camps all across that northern part of the country, and they’ve really become accessible for not […]

June 2, 2014 | Posted by A Moore The number of people enslaved by Muslims has been a hotly debated topic, especially when the millions of Africans forced from their homelands are considered. Some historians estimate that between A.D. 650 and 1900, 10 to 20 million people were enslaved by Arab slave traders. Others believe over 20 […]

George Thomas : Mar 9, 2016 : CBN News Shahid recently shared a picture showing him baptizing new converts to Christianity on the same shores of North Africa where the Islamic terror group ISIS beheaded 21 Coptic Christians in February 2015. The Middle East)—[CBN News] Shahid is proof that God is moving powerfully across parts […]

Bloomberg, Reuters | 10 March, 2016  Zimbabwe plans to start compensating mainly white farmers who lost their land and livelihoods during state-backed farm invasions that began in 2000 and triggered a near decade-long recession, the finance ministry has told MPs in a circular. Farmers may be compensated for “both land and improvements”, as well as […]

02-27-2016 – Christian Broadcasting Network The world’s deadliest terrorist group is not in the Middle East. It’s in Nigeria, where Islamic regime Boko Haram and other violent groups killed more than 4,000 Christians in 2015. According to a new report released by Open Doors, the death toll in the Northern part of the country has […]

Dear family and friends in Christ, 1) You may click the following link to read a very interesting article from Christian Broadcasting News titled ‘Groundbreaking Muslim Declaration Calls to Protect Christians from Persecution’. http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/world/2016/January/Morocco-Calls-for-Muslim-Nations-to-Protect-Christians-from-Persecution 2) For those of you in the Melbourne area, our monthly Rise Up Australia Prayer Meeting is this Friday 5th February […]

August 7, 2015 | By: Heather Clark A former Muslim imam in Africa is sharing his story of how he converted from Islam to Christianity and now preaches Christ to Islamists throughout his country. World Watch Monitor recently released the video testimony of a man who once was taught to persecute Christians as a Muslim and […]

August 7, 2015 | Filed under: Persecution,Top Stories,World | By: Heather Clark A former Muslim imam in Africa is sharing his story of how he converted from Islam to Christianity and now preaches Christ to Islamists throughout his country. World Watch Monitor recently released the video testimony of a man who once was taught to persecute […]

Nicole James : Aug 26, 2015 : Operation Mobilization (Egypt)—Ali*, a local worker, has one goal for his life: to wash Egypt with the Word of God. Before 2017, he hopes to distribute two million Bibles to Egyptian Muslims. He hands out Bibles by the carton-full, according to team leader Jared*. “Ali is not afraid, […]

September 6, 2015 – By Robert Spencer “The Blugs say two men, who looked to be of Moroccan descent, knocked on the door to their apartment, claiming to be the police and demanding entrance….The assailants threw the couple on the floor, kicked them repeatedly and shouted: ‘Dirty Jews – from now on your property is […]

September 4, 2015 – Nonie Darwish Western media is reporting on the Muslim refugee crisis as a humanitarian problem that the West must deal with. But where are the media’s questions about the huge financial and land resources available to oil rich Arab and Muslim countries? Where are the Islamic solutions in this equation? The […]

Aletelia ^ | July 29, 2015 | DIANE MONTAGNA US leader stands accused of the same bullying he himself denounced on eve of African trip. President Barack Obama’s cajoling of Kenyan leaders to accept “LGBT rights” has met with a notable backlash from African bishops and other state and religious leaders, with one African bishop […]

Isaiah Narciso : Jul 28, 2015 : Gospel Herald “Unfortunately, we are living in a world where these things have now become quite acceptable but for the fact that they are acceptable doesn’t mean that they are right.” -Cardinal John Onaiyekan, the Archbishop of Abuja Diocese in Nigeria. (Kenya)—In his historic visit to East Africa […]

July 24, 2015 – Christian Post Churchgoer Romain Oke poses for a picture inside an evangelical church that was destroyed in riots demonstrating against French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, in Niamey, Niger, January 23, 2015. At least five people were killed last Saturday in protests in Niger against Charlie […]

July 25, 2015 – Beatrice Gitau – Christian Science Monitor While the United States may have started the trend of megachuches, a new study shows that the future of super-size congregations lies abroad. A survey by the Leadership Network, a Christian nonprofit organization, reveals that the world’s biggest churches are not in the United States, […]

News Staff : Jul 6, 2015 : Christian Aid Mission “In the midst of what is happening, we still thank God, because we are still alive; we are still working. If the Church is in hiding, who will know the Church? There must be missionaries who are so desperate for soul-winning that they’re ready to […]

By Isaiah Narciso  Jun 06, 2015 Christianity’s stronghold was historically based in the United States and Europe. However, while many in the West embrace secular values at their own peril, countries in Africa and Asia have become to embrace Christianity. According to Dr. Susan Berry of Breitbart, the church is thriving in Africa and Asia […]

May 19, 2015 – MNN – Lindsay Steele If you were unjustly thrown in jail, would you cry out and ask God why He was doing this to you? Or would you see it as an opportunity to share Christ in a new environment? Seven Ethiopian Christians chose the second option, and Open Doors USA […]

May 09, 2015 -The Christian Post – David Curry As mothers around the world celebrate Mother’s Day with flowers and homemade gifts from their children, there is a community of 200 mothers who do not know the fate of their daughters. On the night of April 14, 2014, an Islamic militant group kidnapped more than […]

By Brian C Stiller , Global Ambassador, World Evangelical Alliance – April 28, 2015 A shaking is taking place in the Muslim world with tectonic rumblings. Signs are early and evidence is anecdotal, yet stories abound and are persuasive. The unsettling of entrenched Islamic faith is making its way into places and with people we […]

07 May 2015  Mirza Ghalib – www.islam-watch.org Islamic propaganda machine succeeded largely in its mission of shadowing the evils of Islam and its prophet. This has unfortunately continued for the past fourteen hundred years. It got a bit of hammering since the invention of the internet. Thanks to our scientists, internet has provided us the […]

David P. Goldman May 5, 2015 In Mel Brooks’ comedy “History of the World Part I,” Moses is shown descending from Mount Sinai with three stone tablets in hand. As he declares, “I give you the Fifteen Commandments,” one falls and breaks, and Moses corrects himself, “er, Ten Commandments.” Jews, including the observant, find this […]

May 1, 2015 – By Robert Spencer – Jihad Watch Mona Walter grew up a Muslim in Somalia. When she moved to Sweden, she started studying Islam, and found that she did not like what she was learning. Now she has left Islam and is called an “Islamophobe” and worse. What should she have done? […]

May 5, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) An African Catholic bishop has said he thinks Hillary Clinton believes she is a god, someone who doesn’t value others’ morals, and he hopes Americans will wake up to what sort of people are running to be their president. “I believe there are three groups of people in this world,” said […]

The Christian Post – 4 May 2015 Reinhard Bonnke, a longtime and once hardline global evangelist who clashed with Muslims in Africa to win millions of converts for Christ on the continent, is set to get a Lifetime Global Impact award at the Global Congress of Empowered21 in Jerusalem for his trailblazing ministry next month. […]

4, April 2015 – DAVID MASCI  – Pew Research Center, FactTank The global Christian population has been shifting southward for at least a century and is expected to continue to do so over the next four decades, according to new demographic projections from the Pew Research Center. Overall, the share of Christians in the world […]

February 10, 2015 – By Raymond Ibrahim The one glaring fact concerning the persecution of approximately 100 million Christians around the world today is that the overwhelming majority of it is being committed by Muslims of all races, nationalities, languages, and socio-political circumstances: Muslims from among America’s allies (Saudi Arabia) and from its enemies (Iran); […]

December 21, 2014 – The Christian Post – Nicola Menzie Pastor William Devlin of Infinity Bible Church in the Bronx borough of New York City, stands with Pastor Hanna Massad in Gaza in this photo shared Sept. 13, 2014, on Facebook. A New York City pastor traveling with a U.S. Yazidi leader to offer humanitarian […]

Adapted from Dr. Peter Hammond’s book: Slavery, Terrorism and Islam: The Historical Roots and Contemporary Threat Islam has religious, legal, political, economic and military components. The religious component is a beard for all the other components. Islamization occurs when there are sufficient Muslims in a country to agitate for their so-called “religious rights.” When politically […]

September 4, 2014 by Raymond Ibrahim As shocking as the Muslim-run sex ring in Rotherham, England may seem to some—1,400 British children as young as 11 plied with drugs before being passed around and sexually abused in cabs and kabob shops—the fact is that this phenomenon is immensely widespread. In the United Kingdom alone, it’s […]

September 15, 2014 – CBN News The Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram has started taking over churches in parts of Nigeria, beheading men and forcing women to convert to Islam and be taken as wives.  “Things are getting pretty bad,” Rev. John Bakeni, with the Maiduguri Roman Catholic diocese in northeastern Nigeria, told Religion News […]

Christian Aid Staff (Oct 31, 2014) (Ghana)—Members of a ministry based in Ghana are fighting more than poverty, illiteracy and illness. A spiritual battle against discouragement rose to a new level when evangelistic success brought threats of persecution. “It has been tough and discouraging these days, but we are still dependent on Him,” the director […]

October 29 2014 – by SAPA Lagos – A coroner on Wednesday threatened popular Nigerian preacher TB Joshua with arrest if he failed to testify at an inquest into the deaths of 116 people at his church. Oyetade Komolafe rejected arguments from Joshua’s lawyers that the televangelist should not be summoned because he did not […]

theguardian.com, Tuesday 22 July 2014 More than 700 million women worldwide were married as children, with one in three of them married before their 15th birthday, according to a global prevalence study. As activists, politicians and campaigners gather for the first Girl Summit on child marriage and female genital mutilation (FGM), a report by Unicef, […]

By iqbal.latif – June 10, 2014 Hugh Thomas’s “The Slave Trade” and Robin Blackburn’s “The Making Of New World Slavery” sheds new light on centuries of slave trading. Piero Scaruffi in “The Origins of the African Slave Trade” writes that the civil rights movement of the 1960’s have left many people with the belief that […]

By Harriet Alexander – 25 May 2014 Apostasy is not just something that scandalises people in far off lands. Harriet Alexander hears the story of a British woman whose life was turned upside down when she left Islam – echoing the plight of Meriam Ibrahim, who awaits a death sentence in Sudan for the same […]

May 19, 2014 – John Burnett – NPR In earlier times, white missionaries traveled from Europe and America to sub-Saharan Africa to save souls. Today, the trend has reversed. Evangelists from the global south are targeting Americans and Europeans they say are ripe for Christian renewal. There is no greater example than the Redeemed Christian […]

Robert Spencer May 17, 2014 As evidence of his “radicalization,” the clueless Telegraph offers him quoting from the Qur’an, although the paper is evidently unaware that the quote comes from the Qur’an. Even if the authors and editors of this piece did know that, they likely wouldn’t mention it, as that would harm “community cohesion.” […]

Sunday 18 May 2014 – Patrick Cockburn Earlier this month, Saudi liberal activist Raif Badawi was sentenced to 1,000 lashes, 10 years in prison and a heavy fine for insulting Islam. In fact, his crime was to establish an online discussion forum where people were free to speak about religion and criticise religious scholars. He […]

By Dr David Curry , CP Guest Contributor – May 2, 2014 $12.50. This reportedly is the current “market” price for Nigerian girl brides in some areas of Cameroon and Chad. Two-hundred and thirty Nigerian girls, mostly Christians ages 16-20, were kidnapped from a boarding school in the northeastern village of Chobok by members of […]

By Stoyan Zaimov , Christian Post Reporter – April 6, 2014| To mark Monday’s 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, where close to 800,000 people were killed, one survivor working with Operation Christmas Child has shared his personal story of visiting and forgiving the people who murdered his family. He also revealed that the country has […]

ABC (Australia) ^ | 5/12/2014 by nickcarraway A teenage girl who managed to escape kidnapping by Islamist group Boko Haram during a night raid in Nigeria last month has spoken publicly about the ordeal, as international assistance to locate more than 200 girls still held hostage ramps up. Militants stormed a secondary school in the […]

Andrew Bolt – Herald Sun – 7th May 2014 WALEED Aly is the model moderate Muslim, used by the media to persuade us we have little to fear from Islam but our own bigotry. His rewards have been great. Once the spokesman for the Islamic Council of Victoria, he is now an ABC radio host, […]

By Raymond Ibrahim  March 21, 2014  The Torch (Christians United for Israel, Winter 2014) “To their loss they are crucifying the Son of God all over again and subjecting Him to public disgrace”—Hebrews 6:6 The United Nations, Western governments, media, universities, and talking heads everywhere insist that Palestinians are suffering tremendous abuses from the state of […]

17 February 2014 – Raymond Ibrahim The New York Times has finally found a victim of Islamic aggression in Nigeria worth reporting on: homosexuals. In a big spread complete with pictures appearing last week, the NYT’s Adam Nossiter wrote “Wielding Whip and a Hard New Law, Nigeria Tries to ‘Sanitize’ Itself of Gays.” While it’s […]

PUBLISHED: 9 January 2014  – By Dan Newling South Africa’s president Jacob Zuma has told how he used to practise witchcraft against white people. Speaking in his native Zulu language at a pre-election rally in the country’s rural north, he told a crowd of his voodoo past. ‘I used to practise witchcraft around here, bewitching […]

FamilyVoice Australia  Media Release  27 November 2013 “Australia should take seriously the warning by Professor Kevin Fenton, UK Director of Health and Wellbeing, that the world faces a new global HIV epidemic among men who have sex with men,” FamilyVoice Australia research officer Ros Phillips said today. In an address to a UK HIV conference […]

Dec 18, 2013 – Raymond Ibrahim – www.jihadwatch.org Why was Ronald Thomas Smith II, an American teaching at Benghazi’s International School, shot to death last Thursday in Libya, even as he “was looking forward to his first Christmas in the United States with his wife and toddler son”? Most Western media and analysts dismiss the […]

Fire in My Bones – 11/6/2013 J. Lee Grady Pentecostals get a bad rap these days from all sides. Secularists don’t like us because we are morally conservative. Some mainline Christians classify us as holy rollers. And fundamentalists like John MacArthur question our very faith, claiming that all our experiences with the Holy Spirit are fake. But […]

ACN News ^ | 10/18/2013 In many countries the situation of Christians has sharply deteriorated. This is the finding of the report Persecuted and Forgotten? which was launched at a meeting in the UK Houses of Parliament on 17th October by the UK office of the international Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need […]

Teresa Neumann (Nov 5, 2013) “You are a most distinguished pilgrim. The relations between Nigeria and Israel are close and long-standing. They are based upon friendship and the shared values of freedom, democracy and faith. Nigeria and Israel have been steadfast partners in combating terror groups… Terrorists all over the world are united in their […]

John L. Allen Jr. 5 October 2013- The Spectator Imagine if correspondents in late 1944 had reported the Battle of the Bulge, but without explaining that it was a turning point in the second world war. Or what if finance reporters had told the story of the AIG meltdown in 2008 without adding that it […]

Peter Walker  theguardian.com, Tuesday 24 September 2013 With 62 confirmed dead after al-Shabaab militants stormed the complex, it is unclear whether any hostages are still being held. Kenyan security forces remain locked in a slow and bloody operation to clear Islamist militant hostage-takers from an upmarket shopping mall in Nairobi, as plumes of black smoke […]

By Alex Murashko, Christian Post Reporter – August 16, 2013 The recent barrage of attacks on Christians in Egypt, including on members and churches of the nation’s Coptic denomination, are of a scale unseen in modern times and being described as satanic, according to sources living in the country. The persecution watchdog group, Open Doors […]

Noah Beck – 20 August 2013 As Egypt’s Islamists blame Christians for the ouster of Mohammed Morsi, anti-Christian violence has reached epidemic levels, with an estimated 82 churches across Egypt attacked and heavily damaged by pro-Morsi supporters in a mere 48 hours. Unfortunately, the persecution of Christians is nothing new in Egypt or other Muslim-majority countries. […]

Walid Shoebat – Posted on 6/7/13 | by Ben Barrack The half-brother of the President of the United States is the Executive Secretary of an organization that was founded by an Sudanese Islamic terrorist – Hassan al-Turabi – who was extremely close with the masterminds behind each World Trade Center attack (2/26/93 and 9/11/01). As […]

By Dan Murphy JewishWorldReview.com | The Muslim Brotherhood’s dominance may be over but its members may yet rejoice. Making sense of the rough and tumble of politics in the shadow of the pyramids CAIRO — (TCSM) When mass protests broke out against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Jan. 25, 2011, the Muslim Brotherhood was on […]

By Janet Parshall – Special to CP – May 13, 2013 With all of the unrest being reported in countries like Egypt, Syria and Libya, perhaps the real untold story is the record number of Christians leaving the Muslim world. According to Open Doors USA, at least 100 million Christians in 65 countries suffer persecution. […]

Kirsten Powers – USA Today – April 2, 2013 Christians are harassed in more countries — 130 — than any other religion in the world. Tragically, Christians have been forced to abandon homelands they have occupied for thousands of years. Prosecution of Christians in the Middle East needs more attention. “Christianity is the most persecuted […]

April 3, 2013 By Raymond Ibrahim of Frontpage Magazine  Dr. Abdullah Badr—an Egyptian Muslim scholar, Al Azhar graduate, and professor of Islamic exegesis, who spent ten years in prison under Mubarak, but, along with any number of Islamic terrorists and agitators, was released under Morsi—recently gave an excellent summation of the second half of the highly […]

April 12, 2013 – Bill Muehlenberg of CultureWatch-  http://www.billmuehlenberg.com/ Dear friends One. We will one day stand before our Lord and give an account of why we frittered away our time in entertainment and pleasure-seeking while our brothers and sisters all over the world were being raped, tortured, imprisoned and killed for their faith. God […]

3/14/2013 World Watch Monitor – Charisma News Among their first formal meetings as president and deputy president-elect of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto met senior religious leaders on Tuesday, even ahead of meeting outgoing President Mwai Kibaki. Kenyatta emerged the winner by garnering 6173,453 votes, meeting the threshold of the country’s Constitution which required a 50 […]

By Stoyan Zaimov , Christian Post Reporter – March 1, 2013 Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church in California commented on the much-anticipated “The Bible” TV series, which premiers on the History Channel on Sunday, saying it is by far the best Bible movie he has ever seen. “I have seen probably every film made […]

FEBRUARY 5, 2013 – Isi Leibler Israel was the first country to boycott the annual human rights review presented at the bogus United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). Despite being tacitly rebuked by the US, Israel was justified in doing so. For years, whilst ignoring the rampant denial of human rights and the butchering of […]

Dear family & friends in Christ, On Sat night, Sun morning & evening, our Guest Speaker was Andrea Williams from the UK. This woman of God who is a Barrister who stands and fights for the rights of Christians in the UK and other nations.  She had just finished speaking for the Anglican Archbishop of […]

By Michael Gryboski , Christian Post Reporter – January 9, 2013 WASHINGTON – A human rights activist with more than 25 years’ experience in ministering to persecuted Christians said Tuesday that many Christians are “ignorant” of the extent of persecution globally. Dr. Ron Boyd-MacMilan, chief strategy officer for Open Doors International, told The Christian Post […]

Charisma News – J. Lee Grady- 11/23/2012 The Holy Spirit is working in places you might never expect. The move of God happening in these 12 locations is notable, and these hot spots are great places for evangelists and missionaries to set their sights. China.  Nothing in the history of missions rivals the success story […]

By MidEast Christian News – January 13, 2013 Writing in the monthly conservative Townhall Magazine, Michael Youssef has asked why President Obama, a self-proclaimed Christian, has failed to defend the cause of the harassed and persecuted Christians around the world. Dr. Michael Youssef, an Egyptian-born U.S. citizen who has authored 27 books including ‘Blindsided: The […]

Dr. Peter Hammond – 22nd Feb 2013 Pastor Beheaded in Tanzania Pastor Mathayo Kachili of the Tanzania Assemblies of God in Buseresere was beheaded by a Muslim mob. The Geita Regional Police Commander’s office issued a statement that the murder occurred during a confrontation when Muslims demanded the immediate closure of butcheries owned by Christians. […]

Front Page Magazine – January 15, 2013 By Faith J. H. McDonnell  Evoking the moral apathy and failure of the past, U.S. Representative Frank R. Wolf (R-VA) recently asked church leaders around the United States to use their influence for those who are persecuted. In his January 9, 2013 letter to over 300 Catholic and Protestant leaders, […]

Charisma News – 1/12/2013 – Reinhard Bonnke  “AFRICA SHALL BE SAVED.” I heard God’s message so clearly. In response my family moved from Lesotho to South Africa in 1974. But how was Africa going to be saved? Clueless, I sat with my head in my hands. As unknowns, we moved out into the unknown, with […]

Colorado Springs, December 21 2012 (World Watch Monitor) — By Steve Rabey Jesus warned his followers that they would experience persecution, a prediction that was already coming true before the books of the New Testament were completed. Today, Shortt argues, “the greatest curbs on religious freedoms take place in Muslim majority countries.” Take Egypt, where Christianity […]

JewishWorldReview.com | At the height of the Nazi Holocaust, the wretched human cargo spilling out of cattle cars onto the platforms of Auschwitz was immediately subject to a brutal selection by the infamous Dr. Josef Mengele, whose flick of a finger to the left meant immediate death in a gas chamber; to the right, slave labor and slow […]

Teresa Neumann (Breaking Christian News – Nov 27, 2012) “We want to dedicate this nation to You so that You will be our God and guide. We want Uganda to be known as a nation that fears God and as a nation whose foundations are firmly rooted in righteousness and justice to fulfil what the […]

By Michael Gryboski , Christian Post Reporter – December 26, 2012 A British think tank has released a lengthy report claiming that militant Islam is the greatest existential threat to Middle Eastern Christianity, bringing Christian communities in the region “close to extinction.” The London-based Civitas, also known as the Institute for the Study of Civil Society, published the report in December. […]

By Jeff Schapiro , Christian Post Reporter – November 1, 2012 The persecution of Christians in the 10/40 Window has increased by 400 percent over the last 10 years, which is why Gospel for Asia (GFA) is calling on Christians to spend an entire day, not just a few minutes, fasting and praying for the persecuted […]

Posted on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 by Deacon Benjamin – Times of India CAIRO: A Cairo court on Wednesday sentenced to death seven Egyptian Christians tried in absentia for participating in an anti-Islam video that was released on the Internet in September and prompted violent protests in Muslim countries. “The seven accused persons were convicted of […]

November 30, 2012 By Raymond Ibrahim Comments  Which of the following three headlines is most difficult for the media—including the usual array of liberal pundits, apologists, academics, and politicians—to whitewash or rationalize away?  Which most exposes Islam’s inherent intolerance? A)   “Allahu Akbar” screaming Muslims fire rockets into Israel B)   “Allahu Akbar” screaming Muslims riot and […]

INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERS – 10th Nov 2012 Johannesburg – A group of Christian demonstrators handed over a memorandum to Home Affairs Minister Naledi Pandor on Saturday to oppose a proposal to remove Good Friday and Christmas as public holidays. “Hands-off Christmas and Good Friday,” said the group outside Constitution Hill in Johannesburg. The group of around […]

Charisma News – Bob Paulson – BillyGraham.org (BGEA) “Hope for a New Nation” brought the gospel home to nearly 100,000 people Friday and Saturday at John Gerang Memorial Park in Juba, and the people received the message with joy. Both days began in sweltering heat, with the sun beating down on the thousands in attendance. People found shade […]

October 23, 2012 By Mark D. Tooley  The Church of England’s Archbishop of York continues to distinguish himself as a frequent fly in the ointment of political correctness by defending British culture and Christianity. Himself a Ugandan refugee from the horrors of Idi Amin, John Sentamu is thankful for the civilization that has protected and […]

BBC News Africa – 1st Oct 2012 One child has been killed and three seriously hurt, police say, in a grenade attack on a church’s Sunday school in the Kenya capital, Nairobi. The attacker targeted St Polycarp’s church on Juja Road. A police spokesman blamed sympathisers of Somalia’s al-Shabab Islamist militant group, angry over Kenya’s […]

9/7/2012 – Charisma News – Steve Yount  As a missionary, Tom Doyle has made dozens of trips to the Middle East. But when he first heard the stories of God working in a supernatural way there, he had trouble believing them. Then, in the words of one of his friends, “God showed me that my […]

By Katherine Weber , Christian Post Reporter – October 3, 2012 Multiple sources have confirmed that about 25 to 30 Christian college students were massacred at a university in northeastern Nigeria late Monday night, causing Christians to pray for a “change of heart” among the extremist Islamist group Boko Haram to put a stop to the […]

Posted by Daniel Greenfield Bio ? on Sep 27th, 2012  According to the Victorial Police Commissioner… Sudanese and Somali-born Victorians are about five times more likely to commit crimes than the wider community, a trend that must be addressed to prevent Cronulla-style social unrest, police warn. The most common crimes committed by Somali and Sudanese-born […]

Posted by Daniel Greenfield Bio ? on Aug 1st, 2012 If Romney accomplished nothing else during his Israeli visit, he did manage to offend every single Palestinian Arab terrorist group, all of whom, the Palestinian Authority, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, the PFLP and the DFLP, issued press releases denouncing him. American media outlets have been denouncing […]

Posted by Dr. Hans Jansen Bio  on Jul 16th, 2012  The Islamic Sharia is a system of law. It is a collection of prohibitions, admonitions and commands about human behavior. The Sharia is not an internal matter that only concerns Islam and Muslims. The Sharia includes a large number of provisions about people who are […]

Wednesday, Jul 18, 2012 – By Stoyan Zaimov , Christian Post Reporter As the attacks on Nigeria’s Christians continued in full force this past week, a particularly grisly attack saw fifty believers burned to death at their pastor’s home, where they had fled for refuge from a terrorist attack. A Nigerian pastor is blaming the country’s […]

Dear friends and family in Christ, 1) All praise, honour and glory to our reigning King of kings and LORD of lords for His Holy Spirit revival outpouring of miracles, signs and wonders in Melbourne as Pastor Robert Kayanja (Uganda) ministered the prophetic anointing, power, presence, glory and Word of the Lord to more than […]

Teresa Neumann : May 22, 2012 : Tim Stafford – Christianity Today “Here, healings come easily. We’ve prayed for the blind all over the world, and only five times have people been healed. But here, it happens most of the time. To tell you the truth, I don’t understand it.” -Pastor to Mozambique (Pemba, Mozambique)—Heidi […]

May 18, 2012 in Africa News – Originally published in GhanaWeb The Vice President of the Ghana Football Association, Jordan Anagblah has given his life to Christ and he has become a born-again Christian. Anagblah, who has been a confirmed atheist for most of his life, was struck down by serious illness and he told Accra-based radio […]

By Stoyan Zaimov , Christian Post Reporter – May 4, 2012 Nigerian Christians have faced constant attacks in the form of church bombings and shootings that have left hundreds dead over the last year, but worshippers are showing courage by insisting they will continue gathering at churches no matter what. “The Bible teach me that we […]

The Christian Post – Africa – May 1, 2012 An enthusiastic welcome was given to evangelist Franklin Graham by Ghana President John Evans Atta Mills on the first night of a two-night Billy Graham Evangelistic Association event held at a stadium in Accra. Mills, along with Ghana’s First Lady, made an appearance at the “Ghana […]

By Daniel Blake , Christian Post Contributor – March 14, 2012 Red Bull has said that it will drop a commercial released in South Africa due to fierce criticism from Christians, who have said the ad mocks Jesus’ miracle of walking on water. Christians in the country, although not asked to take part in a full […]

By Michelle A. Vu , Christian Post Reporter – Tuesday, Mar 27, 2012 The idea of more than 200,000 former Muslims coming to faith in Sub-Saharan Africa within a few short years is mind-boggling. But entire mosques in Sub-Saharan Africa coming to faith? That news is even harder to wrap one’s mind around, but it is in fact […]

By Lee Moran  14 March 2012 Angry Moroccans are demanding a change to the country’s strict Islamic penal code after a 16-year-old girl killed herself after being forced to marry her rapist. An online petition, a Facebook page and countless tweets expressed horror over the suicide of Amina Filali, who swallowed rat poison on Saturday in […]


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