“Any nation that mistreats people who obey God will be punished, regardless of how invincible they appear.”
— Commentary on Obadiah 21
“Don’t cry. Don’t worry. But thank God for everything.”
Pastor John Cao has been in a Chinese prison for three years as of March 5th. If this were not enough, he has not even been able to have phone calls with his family members and loved ones because of Coronavirus.
This man was arrested because of his love for Jesus and for serving people in Jesus’ Name. Please pray with me for his soon release! Click here to learn more about Pastor Cao and to sign the petition to free him!
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Pastor Cao has spent his life bringing people to Jesus, and blessing them in His Name. Learn more about Jesus and His Love for you, here.
It’s been crazy, guys. Continue reading
Please pray for Rev Lawan Andimi’s release!!! Continue reading
“Moskota village has become the scene of the agonies of Boko Haram.
Only the dead, only the displaced;
Only ghost villages, shops ransacked and emptied;
Only health centres plundered and looted;
Only cattle taken away; empty buildings.
Boko Haram struck – our founder Pastor Mokoni paid the price.
And when a pastor falls in Africa doesn’t that mean anything?
Only … emptiness.”
This is the song many Christians in Cameroon are singing together. Continue reading
While they are not taking their own lives, this Indian pastor has gone through a horrific axe attack for sharing the Gospel and pastoring his church. Though he has gone through so much pain, he says that it all just makes him want to do more and more ministry.
As I said before, let’s pray for our pastors. They need our love, help and support.
With Love in Christ,
Annalee, ISAIAH 62 PRAYER MINISTRY
Learn more about the Jesus this pastor is serving, here.
He stood before the people, giving dismal, daunting news to those listening. “In total more than 37 aid workers have lost their lives in service of humanity since the beginning of the conflict,” Mr. Peter Ekayu, United Nations Office of the Coordination of Humanitarian Activities (UN-OCHA), said. Continue reading
“As a people, we are continuously under attack, and nobody seems to be hearing our cries for help, while killing of our people has now become a routine,” Ayuba said to FaithWire. For months now, muslim Fulani herdsmen have been attacking predominantly Christian villages, with “villages being set upon every two days or so” (source). Continue reading