Former NFL Star Says Men In America Needs To Be Godly And Fight For Women And Children Amid LGBT Push
Former National Football League Star Stephen Davis reportedly said on Tuesday in a summit in Florida that men in America need to be Godly and fight for women and children amid the push of the Left and… After a 16-month hiatus conference-less and gather-lessness, this July kickoff of the International Religious Freedom Conference Summit marks a special turning point year in 2021 at the Omni Shoreham … Pastor Tim Stephens, a Canadian pastor who was imprisoned for leading outdoor worship services following a church lockdown, shares how his imprisonment allowed him to preach Christ to inmates. A former Muslim from Eastern Uganda was reported to have been attacked with a machete by his brother for simply listening to Gospel music and embracing Christ.
Uyghur Who Survived Chinese Concentration Camp Tearfully Shares Horrific Abuse Before Religious Freedom Advocates
A Uyghur woman recounted through tears her experience being persecuted by authorities in China as a crowd of religious advocates listened to her painful story at a summit this week.
Chinese authorities repeatedly detain a Christian man in Hunan for sharing the gospel on the streets. Believers are urged to pray for boldness, strength and wisdom as the government and mainstream media now consider Christians and conservatives to be "extremists." Reports recount horrific tales of how women from religious minorities suffer from China's "re-education" camps. A TV series portraying the life of Jesus has started airing this month on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). Shandong Province in China prohibits citizens from publishing audios and videos of sermons and preachings from online gatherings and services, a report revealed. A new report from Open Doors sheds light on the Christian prisoners in North Korea today and the faithful are urged to pray for them by their names. A Korean organization has released a report presenting horrifying accounts of Christian persecution in North Korea. Christian discipleship organization Voice of the Martyrs Korea successfully provided over 23,000 Bibles to North Korean Christians in 2020, a figure they are looking to increase this year. Authorities with the Chinese Communist Party accused a Christian man of violating multiple anti-religion laws after hosting a Christmas celebration and fined him nearly $25,000. A new study reveals that moral relativism has become a "majority opinion" of the Gen Z, believing that "many religions can lead to eternal life."