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The Truth of Genesis

I get tired of reading where people are talking about teaching Creationism. They don’t know what Biblical Creation is. Yet they speak in ignorance, mostly saying that they don’t think


Eritrean: Persecuted Christian Dies in Prison

Another Christian has died while in detention in Eritrea, Open Doors learned last week. This report follows several others in recent months. Sources reporting the death indicated that about 45

Church & Ministries

Christianity Could Become Extinct in Iraq as Islamists Drive Out Believers

Iraq’s Christian heritage can be compared to its wetland marshes. Christ-followers in Iraq date back to the first century, making it one of the oldest Christian communities in the world.


Redeemed: The Story of 46 Sex Slaves Set Free

“It was raining the evening I met Annabelle,” relates Chris Insaidoo of Operation Mobilization Ghana. “She approached my car and asked, ‘Do you want me for the night?’ I felt

Church & Ministries

Missionaries Take God’s Love to Asian Leprosy Community

Already viewed as a burden and even a curse in her culture because she is a widow, Aditri also suffers from the physical pain and social dejection of having leprosy.

Headlines World

Man Stabs 4 Choir Members in New Mexico Church

A man visiting a Catholic church in Albuquerque, N.M., stabbed four choir members as they were singing the closing hymns of a Mass on Sunday, police said. Parishioners at St.

Community News

Ghanaian charity raises Autism awareness in Tottenham

By Kirsty Abena Serwaa – A charity event launched last Saturday at Tottenham’s Bernie Grants Art Centre to highlight Autism awareness within the African community brought together personal and professional


Convictions in international organ trafficking ring

Victims were promised up to $12,000 for their kidneys but many say they were never paid. PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) – A court in Kosovo found two citizens guilty of human


Uganda: Wedding Flops Over Missing Baptism Cards

By Samuel Balagadde and Norman Katende An elderly couple is still in shock while relatives and friends are frustrated, after the wedding that they planned for months flopped following the


90-Hour Bible Reading Marathon Underway at US Capitol

By Jeff Schapiro , Christian Post Reporter The 24th annual U.S. Capitol Bible Reading Marathon began Sunday evening as a way to celebrate First Amendment freedoms, encourage Americans to read