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Yemen

Yemen

In the light of the severe situation in Yemen, we urge Christians to pray for Yemen. Included is a link to a four-week prayer guide starting on 1 February 2018. There is a prayer request from the Arabian Peninsula Prayer Network that the church will make more time... Read more
Yanbu, Saudi Arabia

Yanbu, Saudi Arabia

Yanbu is a beautiful city located on the shores of the Red Sea.  The name Yanbu comes from the Arabic word for a spring.  The city dates back some 2,500 years when it was a trading and caravan stopping post.  Spice and incense traders would have been common. In more... Read more
Attacking Mosques

Attacking Mosques

We must have no illusion that as the influence of ISIS is curbed, the influence of radical Islam is also subsiding. On the contrary: this radicalisation is escalating through other organisations. Hezbollah and al Qaida, the Salafists and ISIS in Egypt are just four of... Read more
M5 – InContext Ministries

M5 – InContext Ministries

Please read the insightful article by Mike Burnard from InContext ministries. We also want to encourage you to subscribe to their newsletters. You will find it most helpful to make sense of the news globally and to get Christian perspectives of what is happening... Read more
More and persistent persecution

More and persistent persecution

It is true that in many countries Muslim majority nations there is moderately more freedom to preach the gospel. But it is also true that in many nations like Egypt, Algeria, Iran, Eritrea, Somali and some areas in Kenya, persecution is on the increase or there is a... Read more
Slavery is alive and growing

Slavery is alive and growing

Window International reports: “The 2016 Global Slavery Index estimated 45.8 million people are in some form of modern-day slavery in 167 countries. It is reported that 58 percent of those living in slavery are in 5 countries: India, China, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and... Read more
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