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Turkish Muslims turn to Christ

Turkish Muslims turn to Christ

​Taken from 10/40 Window Reporter   The Gospel Herald recently reported about a jihadist describing his journey to Christ. The Muslim man fought alongside the Kurdish army and subsequently the Nusra Front (an offshoot of Al Qaeda). He witnessed their brutality and... Read more
Eritrean church

Eritrean church

Homes, graveyards, shipping containers are the meeting places of the Eritrean Church. Almost 100 believers have been arrested in Eritrea during June 2017. Fifteen years ago the Evangelical Church in Eritrea was growing. The government was very paranoid and they saw... Read more
Algeria

Algeria

Christianity flourished in Algeria between the fifth and seventh centuries but gradually disappeared after the Arab invasions. Although new churches were started under French rule, an entirely local church has been born in recent years among the Berber people. Its... Read more
Trauma Counselling

Trauma Counselling

In Sudan and South Sudan there are some 900 000 refugees. Half of them children. Most of them, both adults and children need trauma counsel. However, it is not only in Sudan. There are millions of traumatized Christians in Eritrea, Ethiopia, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan,... Read more
Yazidi People of Northern Iraq

Yazidi People of Northern Iraq

This is a group of about 600 000 people with 73 periods in history where they experienced massacres and/or genocide. Over the last 5 years small numbers of Yazidi became Christians. This happened especially when Christians did not only share the gospel with them, but... Read more
Syrian Refugee Children

Syrian Refugee Children

What happens when one out of every five people in your country is a refugee? According to Daniel Dieleman of Tent Schools International, the school system suffers. Lebanon is hosting more than one million Syrian refugees, and many classrooms have more Syrian children... Read more
Assurance of salvation

Assurance of salvation

In Islam, the concept ‘salvation’ means to be allowed to go to heaven. To attain salvation, one must do good deeds, with the hope that your good deeds will cancel out you bad deeds. Therefore, a Muslim can never be totally sure that he will go to heaven and that Allah... Read more
Returning home

Returning home

Some areas in Syria and Iraq have been set free from ISIS domination. This creates the opportunity for people to return home. But to what home? Since the beginning of this year, some 31 000 Syrians returned home. That is out of more than 13 million people that fled... Read more
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