Syria Christian Refugees in Lebanon Fear Islamist Rebels: The rebellion in Syria,led by the Sunni Muslim majority, has stirred profound concern among Christians who make up about 10% of Syria's population. Some say they detect an increasingly radicalized Islamist strain among the rebels which makes them fear for their future. Although many young Christians sympathize with the rebellion, most Christians are believed to still support the embattled government, viewing it as a guarantor of minority rights. Read more>>
V.v.v.v urgent prayer Request on Friday all religious and other organization call for the strike so pray for the protection of the Christian in Pakistan in some places they attacked on churches as well on Christians.
Christian Students Massacred at Northern Nigerian College
Urgent prayer request - According to Open Doors sources, Boko Haram, an Islamist militant group, invaded the off-campus hostel of Federal Polytechnic College in northern Nigeria late Monday. Allegedly separating the Muslims from Christians, the assailants massacred up to 30 Christian students. The parents and families of the victims are in mourning and in “indescribable pain.” Please pray for them and the Christian community in Nigeria.
Christians Emboldened as Syria Spirals into Chaos
An estimated, “300,000 people are now refugees from Syria, that's triple the level of just three months ago," reports Jerry Dykstra from Open Doors. In the midst of the uncertainty and chaos, God is drawing people to Himself. Dykstra adds, "We hear reports that many Christians are sharing with their Muslim neighbors. So even in the midst of this terrible tragedy, we see the Lord working."
“I Will Never Forget That Day”
On a tragic morning nearly three months ago Hannatu’s husband, Nigerian Senator Gyang Dantong, was killed while attending a joint funeral for more than a hundred slain Christians. Though still in mourning Hannatu shares, “I find the greatest comfort in Psalm 23. I am reminded that the Lord will always care for me, even during this trying time."
Egyptian Brother Says Thank you!!
“Your prayers and heart-felt concern is a great comfort and support to me (us)! I give thanks to the Lord who has made me a member of the worldwide extended family of Christ! I feel privileged, and so do my fellow brothers and sisters living in Egypt, for the genuine prayers and support in such turbulent times. The thought that we have a big army of intercessors worldwide, of faithful brothers and sisters around the world who are lifting us up before the Throne, is definitely a great blessing. Love and appreciation to all and for what you are doing for us!”