Now, however, real war may be lurking.
As believers, let us speak up for today’s beleaguered Jewish people, reach out to them, and pray for their protection and our own. These are increasingly dangerous days for us all.
Please pray that our heartfelt petitions for these faithful Nigerian sisters and brothers will provide them with the miraculous shield of God’s powerful hand.
In our comfortable surroundings, as we read, discuss, and seek to help our persecuted Christian brothers and sisters, let’s particularly pray for the homeless believers around the world. Most of them have little hope for resettlement. In fact — at least, for now — Heaven is the only home they can believe in.
We can only pray — along with our Nigerian brothers and sisters — that David Curry’s appeal to the White House is clearly heard and quickly granted.
As for those of us who live in safety, let's never forget to pray for our endangered brothers and sisters around the world. And let's also continue to demand action from our U.S. government, which bears mounting responsibility for their suffering.
Those who follow the plight of Iran’s Christians have, in recent days, called on the Iranian government to release one particular prisoner who suffers from ill-health and is serving an extremely harsh 10-year sentence for “acting against national security.”
One of the pleasures of living in Jerusalem is the ever-changing kaleidoscope of intriguing people and historic places that surrounds me.
There was actually no mistake about it: The fact is, the Armenian Genocide cost 1.5 million Armenian Christians their lives, along with another million Assyrian and Greek believers.
A century after the genocide began, Turkey still refuses to accept the truth. Yet for the sake of today's persecuted Christians, the past must not be forgotten