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The Silent War of the Church
Dr. Peter Lee stops by the blog to reflect on the silent war of the church and the meddling of the evil one.
Weekend Edition: September 11, 2015
Seminarians staying put, on mission as the marginalized, and more in the first ever Weekend Edition.
Leading Lawyer Defending Crosses in ‘China’s Jerusalem’ Jailed Before Meeting US Ambassador
Zhang Kai among 270 people detained or arrested.
Dozens of Assyrian Christians Kidnapped or Detained By ISIS
In May, ISIS demanded $23 million in ransom for previous group of captives.
'I'm Born Again': Sudan Frees Pastors Facing Death Penalty
The good news behind judge's guilty verdict.
China Sees Red: Christian Protest Puts Hundreds of Crosses Back in Public
(UPDATED) Protestants and Catholics unite for 'safe and legal non-violent disobedience.'
Christian Mother on Pakistan's Death Row Gets Last Chance to Escape Blasphemy Execution
Asia Bibi, the 'world's most emblematic defender of human rights,' goes before Islamabad's Supreme Court.
US Wants Answers on Evangelical Persecution—in Mexico
Indigenous converts still facing "widespread discrimination, violence, and displacement," advocates say.
Sudan Punishes Imprisoned Pastors after American Advocacy
Jesus' encouragement to visit ‘the least of these’ in jail proves tricky in practice.
Onward 'Christian Soldiers': First American Volunteer Dies Fighting ISIS
Some of the foreign fighters flocking to Iraq and Syria are taking the side of persecuted Christians.
The Last Gasp of the Cradle Christians?
The American church has a key role in rescuing, restoring, and returning Christians and other religious minorities who have fled ISIS.
Sister Momeka: Liberate Christian Lands from ISIS
(UPDATED) After State Department approves visit, nun tells US congressmen that Iraqi Christians wish to return home.
After Removing 400 Crosses, China Proposes Where Churches Can Put Them Instead
(UPDATED) China protests USCIRF report, but campaign to 'de-Christianize' skyline of China's Jerusalem continues.
Violence, Persecution Spread in Eastern Ukraine
Pro-Russian forces condemned for ongoing aggression. Orthodox Church criticized.
13 Million Flee Religion-Linked Conflicts Worldwide
Federal agency calls for US to resettle at least 100,000 refugees per year.
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Top Story October 6, 2015
Fractured by Freedom, South Sudan's Christians Show Off Successes
The Christian Case for Not Giving Up on the World's Most Fragile State
Why World Vision and local Christian leaders remain hopeful about South Sudan.
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