CONVERTS TO CHRISTIANITY ENDANGERED IN SUDANESE CRACKDOWN

  The Sudanese authorities are tracking down converts from Islam in their latest bid to rid the country of Christianity; they threatened to kill one Christian for refusing to divulge names. Churches and other Christian-ownedbuildings are being demolished In accordance with sharia law, apostasy – leaving Islam – is punishable by death in Sudan, although nobody hasContinue reading “CONVERTS TO CHRISTIANITY ENDANGERED IN SUDANESE CRACKDOWN”

Animistic aggression

Anti-Christian Persecution Increasing in Guinea Source: VOM Sources There is a swathe of Muslim aggression across sub-Saharan Africa but now we hear of animistic aggression. Violence against Christians in Guinea, especially along the Liberia and Cote d’Ivoire borders, has been steadily increasing. Three churches in Guinea were burned in the last week, according to VOMContinue reading “Animistic aggression”

Eid al-Fitr

Day 30  (last day of Ramadan)   Eid  is the Muslim holiday that comes at the end of Ramadan. Eid al-Fitr (Arabic: عيد الفطر‎ ʻĪd al-Fiṭr,”festival of breaking of the fast“), also called Feast of Breaking the Fast, is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslimsworldwide that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting (sawm). The religious Eid is a single day and Muslims are notContinue reading “Eid al-Fitr”

Christians Detained for Distributing the New Testament in Greece

This just shows how ‘orthodox’ apostate churches will always be the worst persecutors of true believers. International Christian Concern Note: Fifty-seven Christians in Greece were detained by police for distributing the Bible door-to-door. It seems many are unhappy that these Bibles are being given away, and some Orthodox priests are actually telling their parishioners toContinue reading “Christians Detained for Distributing the New Testament in Greece”

39 Christian Students Detained and Punished for Faith in Eritrea

    International Christian Concern  Note: According to sources, 39 Christian high school students have been detained by the Eritrean government because of their faith in Jesus Christ. Considered the “North Korea of Africa,” Eritrea is known for its harsh crackdowns on Christians worshiping outside of government sanctioned churches. It is estimated that over 3,000Continue reading “39 Christian Students Detained and Punished for Faith in Eritrea”

Princes now labourers.

Day 27     The Deccani muslims ruled the Indian plateau from the 14th century until 1948. From being rulers, officials and landowners they become smiths, shopkeepers and taxi drivers. Large numbers (2.5 million) are in Hyderabad. They are one of the least-reached mega peoples of the world.   Pray for distribution of the Scriptures.Continue reading “Princes now labourers.”