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Why We Mourn for Pakistan’s ChristiansSubscriber Access Only
Persecuted church advocate K. A. Ellis on what it takes for the Western Church to support its beleaguered brothers and sisters.
Suicide Bomber Kills More Than 70 as Taliban Targets Christians Celebrating Easter at Pakistan ParkSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) Blasphemy execution goes from good news to bad news for beleaguered believers.
Subverting the TalibanSubscriber Access Only
Some things Christians can do to stop terrorists in Pakistan from shooting girls.
How Heather Mercer's Hostage Stint Turned into Global HopeSubscriber Access Only
After 9/11, the missionary's ten-year journey leads from the Taliban to Iraqi Kurdistan.
Shahbaz Bhatti, Pakistan's Most Prominent Christian, Assassinated (Updated)Subscriber Access Only
Minister for Minorities Affairs had predicted his death in a recent interview.
The Ethics of Promoting DemocracySubscriber Access Only
Should the U.S. stay militarily involved in Afghanistan?
A Problematic Peace AccordSubscriber Access Only
Christians in Swat Valley brace for Taliban rule.
Taliban TargetsSubscriber Access Only
Post-assassination political fight puts the church at greater risk.
In the Aftermath of a KidnappingSubscriber Access Only
The South Korean missionary movement seeks to mature without losing its zeal.
Short-Term TroublesSubscriber Access Only
Lessons from the South Korean kidnappings in Afghanistan.
Missions Isn't SafeSubscriber Access Only
Let's not learn the wrong lessons from the South Korean kidnappings.
Hostages' Pastor: 'Remorse Is the Face of the Church'Subscriber Access Only
Interview with Park Eun-jo: 'I don't want this to be a stumbling block for missions.'
Costly CommitmentSubscriber Access Only
In wake of abductions, Korean Christians take heavy criticism.
Taliban, South Korea Start Direct TalksSubscriber Access Only
Also: U.S. missionary killed in Honduras, WEA announces Iraq branch, a commercial cross fight, and other stories from online sources around the world.
South Korea Orders All Aid Groups Out of AfghanistanSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Military ministry video faulted, all eyes on Christian voters (in Lebanon), and other stories from online sources around the world.
South Korean Politicians Blame U.S. for Taliban HostagesSubscriber Access Only
Korean officials seek direct negotiations with kidnappers.
After Taliban Kills Two Hostages, South Korea Pleads for CompromiseSubscriber Access Only
As another deadline passes, Taliban abductors make threats and Afghanistan warns of military action.
Afghanistan Kidnappers Kill Hostage as South Korea Debates Mission WorkSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Malaysia changes course on Shari'ah courts, remembering Tammy Faye, a church is attacked by Christian terrorists, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Land of WarlordsSubscriber Access Only
Unconfirmed report on martyrdom deepens gloom for Christians.
Double JeopardySubscriber Access Only
"Former Taliban hostages Dayna Curry and Heather Mercer talk about the risks they took, the imprisonment they suffered, and their hopes to return to 'the hardest place on Earth.'"
Syrian Christians Brave Insecurity to Stay Behind and Help
Syrian Christians Brave Insecurity to Stay Behind and Help
Preemptive Love’s Jeremy Courtney says despite the Turkey deal, “This crisis shows no sign of letting up, and we can’t either.”
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