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Historic Non-Stop Prayer Sweeps Muslim Indonesia

CBN News Bogor, Indonesia – A powerful prayer movement is rising in the world’s largest Muslim nation. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, Indonesian Christians intercede for their

Headlines U.S.

Court Strikes Clergy Tax-Free Housing Allowances; FRC Calls it ‘Supreme Arrogance’

By Anugrah Kumar, Christian Post Contributer A federal judge in Wisconsin has struck down a law that exempts clergy members from paying income taxes on housing allowance, declaring it unconstitutional

Church & Ministries

Nigeria: Pentecostal Churches not a Threat to the Catholic Church

CISA News Africa, Abujan — “The existence of many Pentecostal churches is no impediment to the evangelization mission of the Catholic Church in Nigeria and neither is it a cause


Kenya: I Am Not a Preacher – Kidum

Kenyan-based Burundian singer Kidum has told off his critics concerning his juggling between gospel and secular music. The Mapenzi hitmaker said he is not pursuing the gospel music path for


Rwanda: The Church Should Prevent Sex Abuse

The New Times – In the Old Testament, there are stories of sexual abuse, meaning that this is not a thing that is only plaguing modern society. In 2 Samuel,

News Technology

Nigeria: Lagos Partners Microsoft, Oracle to Boost Technology Services

This Day – The Lagos State Ministry of Science and Technology has announced its partnership with Microsoft and Oracle, designed to boost Information and Communications Technology (ICT) service offerings in

News Technology

Rwanda’s ICT Industry Grows but Huge Challenges Abound

The New Times – The information and communication technology sector, including Internet and broadband, has suffered from limited fixed-line infrastructure and high prices, but developments in the fixed network market

Church & Ministries

Ghana: Catholic Archdiocese of Accra celebrates 120th Anniversary

Ghana News Agency – The Accra Catholic Archdiocese on Sunday climaxed its 120th anniversary celebration in Accra with a church service at the Black Stars Square in Accra, on the


Ghana is not at standstill – Mahama -President John Dramani Mahama has challenged Ghanaians to recognize the progress the country is making instead of assuming that the country is at a standstill. “My brothers and sisters,


Zimbabwe: Four Decades of Praise and Worship

Baba Mechanic Manyeruke, a fatherly figure in local music, has never been a full-time musician because he feels the industry underpays him. Like many other pioneers in various fields, the