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Rev. Yat Michael Ruot, now in a Khartoum prison (Photo: Fox News)

Pastors from South Sudan on Trial for Their Lives in Khartoum

May 29, 2015

There must be an outcry that signals to Khartoum that fellow Christians and other concerned citizens are aware of the egregious persecution of the Revs Yat Michael Ruot and Peter Yen Reith, considered Sudan’s “marginalized people” – marginalized for both their Christian faith and their African ethnicity.

Cherrie Anderson from Ooberfuse with Iraqi Christian refugee children. (Photo credit: Ooberfuse.com)

Ooberfuse Answers My Prayer

May 7, 2015

“We want those persecuted for standing steadfast to their faith to feel encouraged,” said St. John…to know that although the international community is slow to coordinate an effective response, ordinary people around the world are in solidarity with them right now.”

My God is my Rock, in whom I take refuge. (Photo Credit: Faith J. H. McDonnell, El Capitan, Yosemite)

Praying Psalms for the Persecuted Church

May 5, 2015

Wouldn’t it be great if Christians in the West all committed daily to praying a Psalm on behalf of our persecuted brothers and sisters?

Pakistani Christians protest their lack of protection after churches are bombed by Taliban in Lahore (Photo Credit: Xinhuanet/Asad)

Follow Up on Pakistan Church Attacks

March 31, 2015

The bombing of two churches in Lahore by the Taliban “underscores growing intolerance towards minority groups” says Pakistan’s Ecumenical Commission on Human Development.

Girls mourn the death of a relative killed in the Lahore church bombing (Credit: Dawn.com)

Persecution in Pakistan and Remembering the Christians’ Most Brave Advocate

March 16, 2015

Pakistani Christians have turned the other cheek and have no cheeks left to turn. Who is championing their cause? Their greatest champion was murdered for trying to bring religious freedom to the country.

Saint Michael the Archangel (Photo credit: Image Buddy)

Grassroots Prayer and Activism for Protection of People and Defeat of ISIS

March 13, 2015

Are you sickened by what ISIS is doing, and sick of people talking about ISIS and not doing anything? We have an organized plan to engage together in a 4Actions/4Friends/4ISISDefeat campaign.

Christian Quarter, Jerusalem, Israel Source: Wikimedia Commons

AIPAC Shows Israel between Christian Love and Muslim Hate

March 11, 2015

The contrast between Christian friendship and Muslim enmity towards the Jewish state was stark throughout various panels at the recent 2015 American Israel Political Action Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference in Washington, DC. Minnesota state senator and…

Duke Chapel Forum

Chapel Controversy Prompts Duke Panel to Examine “Sacred Space”

February 27, 2015

A panel of religious leaders at Duke University examined the role of “sacred space” following a controversial decision – later reversed – to permit use of the chapel bell tower as a minaret.

Icon of the 21 Christian Martyrs killed by ISIS in Libya by Antoun Rezk (Photo credit: Antoun (Tony) Rezk)

Four Things You Should Read about ISIS & Christianity

February 24, 2015

To provide more understanding about the Islamic State, and how to pray against the demonic forces that control them, here described are four articles that you should read, along with my annotations!

Brother Rashid and some tough truth telling.

Countering Jihad Part 2: Fighting the Islamic State in the War of Ideas

February 17, 2015

We must remember the bigger picture: A global caliphate, a world dominated by Islam, is the goal of IS and other Islamist groups.

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The President’s Breakfast Crusade

February 9, 2015

And what about those “foolish, historically illiterate” critics of his speech?

Duke University Chapel (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

IRD: Duke University Correct to Reverse Course on Muslim Call to Prayer

January 15, 2015

Plans to begin issuing the Muslim call to prayer from a bell tower at North Carolina’s Duke University have been withdrawn after public outcry.