Al-Shabaab Militants Kill Seven Christian Men in Eastern Kenya

Militants Go Door to Door and Kill Men for Christian Faith 07/24/2017 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that in early July, al-Shabaab militants led a series of attacks in Kenya’s Lamu County. Between July 5 and July 8 2017, militants raided three villages, Pandanguo, Jima, and Poromoko, killing three policeContinue reading “Al-Shabaab Militants Kill Seven Christian Men in Eastern Kenya”

Christian teacher shot dead in front of his pupils in Kenya

View this email in your browser   It’s the news every parent dreads: a gunman has walked into their child’s school and opened fire.   Sadly in northeast Kenya that’s exactly what happened recently. Al-Shabaab militants walked into Fafi Primary School, 60 miles from Garissa, and shot dead a Christian teacher, Elly Oloo Ojiema – rightContinue reading “Christian teacher shot dead in front of his pupils in Kenya”

Christians in Kenya fear imminent attack – please pray

Please pray for our Christian family in north-east Kenya who fear an imminent attack after a renewed outbreak of violence against non-Muslims in the region. Al-Shabaab militants appear to have stepped up their campaign of violence in areas bordering Somalia – and Christians in the city of Mandera believe they could be the next target.Continue reading “Christians in Kenya fear imminent attack – please pray”

Church in Northern Kenya Fearful after Gruesome Attack on Christians

  Kenya (Morning Star News) – Church members in a northeastern town in Kenya fear for their lives after Islamic extremists targeted Christians in a grenade and gun attack early Thursday morning (Oct. 6) that killed six people, sources said. Targeting predominantly Christian migrant workers from Kenya’s interior, rebels from Somalia’s Al Shabaab group reportedly tookContinue reading “Church in Northern Kenya Fearful after Gruesome Attack on Christians”

Twelve believers killed by al-Shabaab in Kenya; “the fear among Christians here is now visible”

On Tuesday 25 October, twelve Christians were killed in the town of Mandera, in north-east Kenya, when al-Shabaab militants attacked a guesthouse with guns and grenades. Our contact told Barnabas Fund, “We the Christian community in the region are living in fear of attack. The security forces appear to be unable to protect us fromContinue reading “Twelve believers killed by al-Shabaab in Kenya; “the fear among Christians here is now visible””

Muslim atrocities in East Africa

    (Morning Star News) – The Muslim father of a 9-year-old boy in eastern Uganda who put his faith in Christ this month tied his son to a tree and burned him, sources said. Nassif Malagara of the Kakira Parish area, Kisozi Sub-County, Kamuli District decided to become a Christian after a neighbor tookContinue reading “Muslim atrocities in East Africa”

Aftermath of terrorism

We often neglect the aftermath of terrorist attacks and the effects that may last for many years afterwards. Persecution in Kenya Destroys Lives, Tears Families Apart 04/28/2016 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Patrick Macharia knows what it means to suffer for bearing the Name of Christ. In July 2015, he was 29 years old, aContinue reading “Aftermath of terrorism”

Garissa University slaughter by Al-Shabaab-UPDATE

    ‘Footsteps and Gunshots’: Witnesses Describe Kenya University Raid ICC Note: In the aftermath of Thursday’s horrific mass killing at a university where Islamic militants Al-Shabaab specifically targeted Christians, terrifying details are emerging detailing the horrors first-hand. At the end of the day, 147 people were killed, mostly Christians, and dozens wounded. The attackersContinue reading “Garissa University slaughter by Al-Shabaab-UPDATE”

Family, Church Buildings Lost in Predominantly Christian E. African Countries

  Kenya (Morning Star News) – A Muslim in Kenya who put his faith in Christ last November has lost his wife and children, and now he fears for his life. When his wife was hospitalized last October, Abdu Godana, 35, could not have guessed that the healing she received after an evangelist’s prayer would leadContinue reading “Family, Church Buildings Lost in Predominantly Christian E. African Countries”