Afghanistan’s People Scared And Starving As Taliban Focuses On ‘Terrorizing The Citizens’ And Beheading Enemies, Reporter Reveals
The Iranian Bible Society in Diaspora launched a Bible reading plan, uniting Iranian Christians around the world. George Barna, Family Research Council Center for Biblical Worldview senior research fellow, highlighted how children and teenagers are constantly bombarded with messages through media, and emphasized … Seventeen American missionaries in Haiti, including children, were kidnapped by a gang on Saturday, reports say. The information comes from a voice message sent to several Christian missions by a pers… Rev. Terrell Scott, pastor of Passion-Life Church in McDonough, Georgia, talks about how God transformed him from a gang leader to a preacher through the power of the gospel. Researcher George Barna told Christians in Leesburg, Virginia, on Thursday that the United States is in the middle of a "worldview crisis" that affects every other problem confronting the nation today
A fishing fleet captain was executed in North Korea for listening to a foreign media outlet while at sea.
China: ‘Tens Of Thousands’ Of Pastors Go Into Hiding To Prepare For Government’s ‘Final Assault’ Against Christianity
Tens of thousands of pastors in China have reportedly gone into hiding in anticipation of the communist government's "final assault" against Christianity. South Korea just passed a law on Monday banning the sending of leaflets, Bibles, other printed materials, flash drives, goods, and even money to North Korea. A Christian lawyer is now in hiding after receiving death threats for defending victims in the Fulani attack in Nigeria. Religious groups in Hong Kong fear they could be politically targeted after police recently raided a church that supported protesters during the 2019 protest movement. An agnostic historian is urging Christians to avoid shying away from talking about Christianity, particularly the things that non-Christians find "weird" about it. Despite harsh persecution from their government, an increasing number of North Koreans are getting exposed to the Bible yearly. China's communist government considers giving information about religious persecution as a crime equivalent to "divulging state secrets" and reserves harsh punishment for those who are caught doing this. China just published new rules that will make it harder for foreigners in the country to share the gospel with Chinese citizens. Christians in Uganda continue to receive attacks from Muslims with the recent one claiming the life of a pastor and his son.