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Black Friday Violence: Fights Break Out, Police Assaulted; #WalmartFights Tracks Incidents

By Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post – A number of Black Friday-associated fights have broken out across the nation during one of the busiest shopping days of the year, with police


Africa: Spike in Aids-Related Adolescent Deaths Raises Alarm

Johannesburg — The life of a teenager is difficult enough without the added burden of living with HIV, keeping it hidden from friends and sticking to antiretroviral treatment. But new

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Coptic Christians Threaten to Walk Out of Egyptian Constitution Talks

By Morgan Lee , Christian Post Reporter – Frustrated by their seeming lack of efficacy in creating a more moderate Egyptian constitution, Coptic Christians have threatened to walk out on a


Boko Haram Seeks to Establish a ‘Sharia State’ and Break Nigeria in Two

By MidEast Christian News, Hawua Yakubu, a human rights activist in Nigeria and a member of the fellowship program for minorities at the United Nations, warned that Boko Haram is


‘Happy Thanksgivukkah!’ Thanksgiving and Hanukkah Celebrate God, Religious Freedom

By Tyler O’Neil , Christian Post– This year, the first day of Hanukkah falls on Thanksgiving, a coincidence that last happened in 1888 and will not occur again for 79,043


Zambia: Probe Misleading Clergymen – Church

Times of Zambia – Some Church leaders on the Copperbelt have called on investigative wings to probe clergymen that are making patients stop medication on account of being prayed for.


Liberia: Christian Leaders Brainstorm On Means of Curbing HIV/AIDS, Stigma in Liberia

FrontPageAfrica, Monrovia – As part of the activities marking the celebration of this year’s World AIDS Day, Christian leaders who are members of the Liberia Council of Churches with support


Africa: Men and Women Vital in Struggle for Justice

Anglican Communion News Service. London – Men and women in the Church must work together to address the global issue of violence in the home. This is a theme that

Church & Ministries

Communion friends mourn with Anglican Church of Tanzania

By Bellah Zulu, ACNS – The Anglican Church of Tanzania is mourning the loss of two of its leading figures: Bishop of the Diocese of South West Tanganyika, the Rt

Church & Ministries

Uganda: Miracle – Draw God to You Through Deeper Worship

Sorry, but I am convinced we had the best worship session anywhere, at my church last Sunday. With Julius Ssewava leading the worship, we went into extended reverence of God