Pakistani Christian Mother Asia Bibi Urges Pakistan Prime Minister to Protect Minority Christians

Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian, was wrongly imprisoned on death row in Pakistan for 10 years. Now, safely in Canada, she speaks to the Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) about her plight, and that of girls and religious minorities all over Pakistan. …

Pastor’s Family in India Threatened and Attacked by Village and Forced to Relocate Shelter

Pastor’s Family in India Threatened and Attacked by Village and Forced to Relocate Shelter
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    Taekwondo Mission Center in Honduras Paves the Way for the Younger Generation to Be Equipped with the Gospel

    A mission team in Honduras led by Young-Kap Kwon and Mi-Sook Kwon from Bethany Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, Georgia, held a groundbreaking ceremony at the public school in which the team will be starting a 'Taekwondo Mission Training Center'. The school is the third largest public school in El Pr…
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