Articles Tagged 'Christian'

Overturned blasphemy conviction of Christian woman blindsides Imran Khan’s Pakistani government

LAHORE, Pakistan — It was already an eventful first 100 days for Prime Minister Imran Khan, the onetime cricket star who broke the mold of Pakistani politics when he took office in August. But as pundits and analysts weigh in on his government’s start, Mr. Khan is facing pressure from an unanticipated source as Islamist groups react with fury to… READ MORE

When You Are in the Lion’s Den

by Spike Bowan  |  published on May 3, 2017
Too often life can feel like you are being thrown to the lions like Daniel. As a Christian, mockery and contempt can come from every angle at times. So many times, I have felt like the whole world was against me and nothing I did, would save me from the persecution and judgement of others. It is times like these… READ MORE

The Worship Perspective – Daily Devotional

by Spike Bowan  |  published on May 1, 2017
I can tell who is worshipping, who isn’t. Who is hurting and seeking the word of God for guidance, and who is there to rejoice. You see, I am on the worship team at my Church. I have a perspective of the congregation that not many have. I’m looking out at the Church and I can see the need of… READ MORE
egypt-church.jpg

Extermination of Christians in Egypt Not Getting Enough Attention: Piers Morgan Asks, ‘Why?’

by Susan Jones | cnsnews
Published on April 11, 2017

A three-month nationwide state of emergency took effect in Egypt on Monday, following the terror attacks on two Christian churches that killed at least 44… READ MORE
2_9_2017_ap-163464824922748201_c0-241-5760-3599_s885x516.jpg

Reaction to Trump preferred refugee status reveals ‘blind spot’ to Christian persecution

by Bradford Richardson | The Washington Times
Published on February 10, 2017
Advocates who work to protect persecuted groups say there is a “blind spot” in the West concerning the plight faced by Christians around the world… READ MORE