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Teenagers

Teenagers

All teenagers, 15-19 years of age in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, Libya and Tunisia, were between 7-12 years old when the “Arab Spring” started. By far most them missed their lives as children and some their early teenage years. All that they know is... Read more
Atheism and agnosticism

Atheism and agnosticism

Christian Aid Mission’s David Bogosian shares: “Some who become Christian don’t go directly from Islam to Christianity. They go from Islam to agnosticism to atheism and then to Christianity. So, a huge number of people that are coming into the church have first been... Read more
Lives changed through satellite programmes

Lives changed through satellite programmes

The broadcasting of Christian satellite programmes in Iran and Afghanistan has resulted in numerous professions of faith in Christ. Many receiving the broadcasts know little about Jesus, but often follow up with questions by phone. According to the director of SAT-7... Read more
Islamic Revolution echoes 39 years later in Iran

Islamic Revolution echoes 39 years later in Iran

February 2018, marks 39 years since Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution. At the time of the revolution, Iran was at the height of its “glory”. The country had a strong economy, decent international policies, and sat in the position of being a power player with... Read more
Eritrean evangelicals whole-family arrests

Eritrean evangelicals whole-family arrests

According to Julie Bourdon (MNN) roughly half of the population of Eritrea is considered to be of the Christian faith. A very small percentage of that group would be considered evangelical. These evangelical Christians in Eritrea are under the heavy hand of... Read more
Refugees and migrants returning home

Refugees and migrants returning home

More and more we read of refugees and migrants from Africa and the Middle East “returning home”. The question is where is home and what does where they are going look like. In many cases, there is no home anymore. Just rubble. In other places, war is... Read more

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