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Christians’ unexpected response to Nigeria’s persecution uptick

Nigeria (MNN) — A new report from the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) urges lawmakers to take a closer look at Nigeria. Simultaneously, a second report analyzed by International Christian Concern found kidnappers target Christians...

William Ruto sworn in as President of Kenya

Kenya (MNN) — William Ruto has been sworn in as the President of Kenya after narrowly beating challenger Raila Odinga. Ruto received 50.9 percent of the vote, while Odinga received 48.9 percent. The election took place on August 9. But the results were close, and...

Public anger sweeps Iran

Iran (MNN) — Authorities crackdown as protests sweep Iran, arresting more than 1,200 demonstrators. Dozens have lost their lives in the unrest, which Iran blames on the United States. The U.S. recently allowed tech firms to expand business in Iran, where the...

Mike’s story: from Christian to Muslim to disciple

United States (MNN) — United States prison cells provide a captive audience for the message of Islam. Approximately nine percent of state and federal prisoners follow Islam, but inmates aren’t the only ones becoming Muslim. (Photo courtesy of I Found The Truth) Mike*...

Drone strikes kill 10 civilians in Tigray capital

Ethiopia (MNN) — Drone strikes killed 10 civilians yesterday in Mekelle, the capital of Ethiopia’s Tigray region. One Christian woman died after her house was hit. Eric Foley with The Voice of the Martyrs Korea says, “The Christian community is mourning. Pastor T...

‘God’s Smuggler’ Brother Andrew passes to his reward

Brother Andrew (Open Doors USA) The legendary Dutch-born Bible smuggler, Andrew van der Bijl, fondly known as Brother Andrew, who used his VW Beetle to deliver Bibles into closed communist countries at the height of the Cold War, is now with his Savior. He was 94....

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