Fleeing From Their Homes: Praying for Christians in Niger

FaithWire News has reported that Boko Haram, after kidnapping a Christian woman from her village of Kintchendi, Niger, has let her go with a warning to Christians: “leave the town in three days or be killed.” Continue reading


Advocating for the Persecuted in Eritrea

The country of Eritrea, a country of approximately 4.5 million people in Africa, is incredibly underreported. But, according to Open Doors, it is the 7th most persecuted country in the world. Continue reading

Let Us Pray. Let Us Love.

I am reading an article, and my heart bows low. Numbers of dead bodies and statistics fill its sentences. According to this article, Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) has said that Fulani Herdsmen and Boko Haram have killed 280 people in February and March terrorist attacks, including 130 deaths in Kaduna, 120 in Zamfara and 30 in Benue states—all within the middle belt of the country. Continue reading

Update on Strasbourg, France Shooting

It turns out that the shootingin Strasbourg, France was perpetrated by a jihadist muslim, who yelled “Allahu Akbar” as he shot and killed 2 people. One person was left brain dead, and twelve people were wounded—6 seriously (source). Continue reading

Prayer for Christians in China

I am saddened to report that approximately 100 Christians have been arrested and detained by the Chinese government as of late. Early Rain Covenant Church, a Protestant underground church that has close to 500 worshippers, was seemingly shut down, with the pastors’ and deacons’ homes raided.

Church elder Li Yingqiang said of the raid, “Even if we are down to our last five, worship and gatherings will still go on because our faith is real.” Continue reading