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Christians Buried in Mass Graves, City Destroyed in ‘Biggest Christian Massacre’ in Syrian Civil War

By Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post Reporte More than 30 bodies of Christian civilians have been uncovered in mass graves in the Syrian city of Sadad, which was destroyed in an


Trainee Nun Gives Birth in Secret, Then Smothers Baby in Horrific Convent Killing

By Emma Koonse, Christian Post A woman studying to become a Catholic nun in D.C. is being charged with murder after smothering her newborn son to death earlier this month.

Community News

Demolishing Strongholds Revival

The Christian Journal, Bronx NY – Divine Favor Assembly of God recently held a revival dubbed “Demolishing Strongholds”. The event drew a sizable audience which started from October 22-27 2013.


Ghana: Anglican Agricultural University College Opens in Ghana

ACNS – The Anglican University College of Technology (ANGUTECH) has inaugurated its premier campus at Nkoranza in the Brong Ahafo Region to mark its operations. Inaugurating the campus at Nkoranza


Kenyans protest lax handling of rape case

Kenyans are protesting over a lack of justice for a teenage girl gang-raped earlier this year. Meanwhile, the president has launched an anti-corruption website in a bid to curb government

Africa Headlines

Nigeria: German Award Honors Nigerian Peace Ambassadors

They are an unusual team. An imam and a pastor have joined forces in Nigeria to work for peace in their country and for mutual respect between their religions. They


Malawi: VP Urged Chiefs to Disassociate Religion From Politics

Malawi News Agency, Lilongwe – Vice President Khumbo Kachali has urged chiefs in Mangochi to desist influence by some politicians who are misleading the local leaders by tying politics to


Liberia: Make Hard Choices – U.S. Preacher Urges

The New Dawn, Monrovia – The Reverend Dr. Elaine Flake, an American prelate, who gave the inspirational words at President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf’s Diamond Jubilee, has called on the men and women of

Church & Ministries

Nigeria: RCCG Prays for Security Personnel

Vanguard – As part of its monthly programme, the National Headquarters of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, plans to hold prayer session for officers and men of the


Rwanda: Are Churches Becoming Materialistic? (we Have to Give Back Something)

There have been misconceptions that churches, especially the Pentecostals, are materialistic but when you bring tithe and offerings to church, it is used to fund the different outreach programmes for