Sudan

Sudan

Sudan gets rid of the blasphemy law, and advances other human rights causes A new dawn has come for religious freedom and human rights in Sudan. The government passed several laws that got rid of the country’s apostasy law, allow non-Muslims to drink alcohol and...
Imprisoned without trial

Imprisoned without trial

From West to North to East Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, Asia, South East Asia, thousands of Christians are imprisoned, awaiting trial. Many of the are already a year or even several years on prison without a trial.    Accusations can be anything from...
Persevere

Persevere

Jesus said in Luke 18:1 “And he told them a parable to the effect that they ought always to pray and not lose heart.” Pray for the effective use of the many internet resources that are available to share the gospel with Muslims.  Pray that Muslim seekers...
Muslim women

Muslim women

When God looked on His creation of women he declared that she was good. Jesus loves women! Yet roughly 800 million Muslim women don’t know it. Many live in the isolation of inferiority. They don’t know they were created in the image of God: beloved, equal in worth,...
Mali

Mali

Mali is one of the poorest and most dangerous places on earth.  Thousands of protestors recently gathered in Mali’s capital to demand reform and the president’s resignation. They were promised peace and stability, but the nation continues to be plagued by tribal...
Turning fears into prayers

Turning fears into prayers

A former Muslim from Yemen—now a believer living under quarantine outside his native land—shared a rare glimpse inside the troubled country and how Christians are responding in the growing COVID-19 crisis. In Yemen, the health system has “in effect” collapsed. The...

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