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Social media and the gospel

Social media and the gospel

It is one thing to talk about using the internet and social media to share the gospel, some people are actually using it – in astonishing ways and astonishing numbers. The Jesus Film Project is distributing the gospel in more than 1600 translations worldwide.... Read more
ISIS as “evangelist”

ISIS as “evangelist”

The atrocities that took place under ISIS were so severe and horrifying that many people in Syria seriously question their own faith. A Muslim that became a follower of Jesus and suffered under ISIS, remarked: “If heaven is made for ISIS and their belief, I... Read more
Arab Bedouin tribes

Arab Bedouin tribes

The Arab Bedouin tribes are some of the most unreached ethnic groups in the world. Rivers in the Desert Network compiled a 40-day prayer guide. The Arab Bedouins live in tight-knit communities, usually a part of the larger tribe to which they belong. The word Bedouin... Read more
Palestinian Christians forgotten?

Palestinian Christians forgotten?

The Holy Land is the birthplace of Christianity. Areej Masoud with Bethlehem Bible College says Christians once made up around 30% of the population in Palestine. Now, according to the Joshua Project, Palestinian Christians are less than 1.2% of the population in the... Read more
Growing persecution in the Middle East

Growing persecution in the Middle East

While we see hundreds of thousands of Muslims coming to Christ in the Middle East, there is now also a very clear spike in persecution. From state-sponsored backlash to familial pressures, faith in Christ is under attack. This is increasingly true in countries... Read more
Boko Haram and Fulani herdsmen

Boko Haram and Fulani herdsmen

At the moment Nigeria is responsible for nearly 90% of all Christians being killed all over the world by Boko Haram and the Fulani herdsmen. This is basically happening in Northern Nigeria. Boko Haram, especially, has links with ISIS and al Qaida. The situation... Read more

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