Nadeem Joseph and his family were attacked by Muslim neighbors after moving into the TV Colony of Peshawar, the capital of the Khybar Pakhtunkhawa province in Pakistan. The spread of COVID-19 has affected the Yemini citizens with the infection of half the population and deaths of more than 40,000 Yeminis. Persecution.org introduced two former Muslim Iranian women who were saved by Jesus Christ. They decided to spread Word of God to other people; they actively involved in evangelizing and smuggling Bibl… According to a member from the heavily persecuted Early Rain Covenant Church (ERCC) in Chengdu, imprisoned pastor Wang Yi was recently transferred from Chengdu Detention Center to a prison, but the ex… 42-year-old Myanmar pastor, Tun N., who served a humble church of 50 members for 20 years has returned after being presumed dead.
Christian families in the US can adopt and care for children from other countries of the world, to be able to share their love and care with them for four to six weeks this summer, through an initiative by international hosting group Force for Christ. As the Korean World Mission Conference is quickly approaching, organizers of the event have been hosting gatherings to prepare and pray for the event. The most recent preparation gathering took place on Tuesday at Grace Ministries International in Fullerton, CA. A group of Christian organizations is partnering together to launch a study Bible with notes contextualized to the African culture. Spearheaded by Oasis International, a publishing ministry for Africa, the project called the African Study Bible aims to provide a study Bible produced and developed "b… The Jamaica Constabulary Force revealed that multiple US agencies including FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration will be assisting in the investigation of murders of American missionaries Randy Hentzel and Harold Nichols, whose bodies were recovered in a rural Jamaican province this past weekend.
Two American Missionaries Involved in Discipleship Training and Community Work Found Dead in Jamaica
Two fellow American missionaries were found dead in rural Jamaica, and appeared to have been shot. The official cause of death will be disclosed after post-mortem reports come out. Young adults from five different churches in the South Bay will form one team to embark on a mission trip together this summer. The mission team of about 25 consists of members from Shalom Presbyterian Church, South Bay Mission Church, Crosslife (the English ministry of Gardena Presbyterian Church),…
Turkey Releases American Evangelist After Detaining Him for Allegedly Causing "Danger to Public Order"
An American missionary who was briefly detained in Turkey for being a “danger to public order” has been released. Stepping Stone Mission hosted a ‘Joy and Love Festival’ to celebrate Easter on April 3 at Hurt Park in Atlanta. Four barbers and hair stylists offered free hair services and nurses offered free health screenings to the homeless individuals, and shared Christ’s love with them. Korean First Presbyterian Church (KFPC) in Atlanta held an outreach festival for the children’s ministry on April 3. The outreach festival began a few years ago, when it used to be called ‘street festival,’ after Pastor Bong-Sung Kim, who leads the children’s ministry at KFPC, visited a Wedn…
Major Prayer Events Held at Far Ends of the US Coasts: Washington DC and Los Angeles Forming “Bridge of Prayer”
Two major prayer events were organized in US on two coastal extremes on April 9, and shared the same aim of prayers - to increase love, brotherhood, and healing. One was held in Washington DC, and the other in Los Angeles, which effectively forms a "Bridge of Prayer," a press release said.