Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Pesecution The News we never hear about in Main Media.

I haven't been posting much here lately, But I wanted to send out some real news to you out there that we normally don't hear about. Please keep them all in your prayers.


  • Indonesia: Officials Close Church

    A church in Bogor that has been attacked six times since 2008 was recently ordered to stop all religious activities or risk inviting “the community and others to react in a way that could...  View Story
  • Kazakhstan: Pastors Fined for Praying

    Two pastors in Kazakhstan have been punished for praying for others. Pastor Vissa Kim appealed then paid his fine in 2010, while Pastor Yerzhan Ushanov was charged just weeks ago. Pastor Ushanov of...  View Story
  • Iran: Life in Prison

    In March 2009, Christian roommates Maryam Rustampoor, 29, and Marzieh Amirizadeh, 32, were charged by the Iranian state with being “anti-government activists.” They spent 259 days in...  View Story
  • West Bank: Ministry Harassed

    Holy Land Missions (HLM) continues to face threats as it spreads the gospel in the West Bank. “Apparently Satan has caught wind that we are carrying out the Lord’s calling to...  View Story
  • Iran: Death for Nadarkhani?

    UPDATE: Death Sentence Conditionally Annulled On Sunday, July 3, 2011, Iran's Supreme Court overturned the death sentence that a lower court had imposed on Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani. “The...  View Story
  • Eritrea: Unimaginable Suffering

    Eritrean Christians fleeing persecution often face appalling conditions in Egypt, according to a report on the Christian Today website. The report cites The Barnabas Fund as saying that Egypt is the...  View Story
  • India: U.S. Christians Expelled

    Three American women who entered India on tourist visas were asked to leave last week following complaints by Hindu organizations that they were part of a religious conversion drive in the city of...  View Story
  • Iran: Cleric Admits Failures

    Iran’s religious leaders continue to denounce Christianity in their speeches and meetings. In an April 2011 speech, Islamist hardliner Ayatollah Mohammad Taghi Mesbah Yazdi, who is known as a...  View Story
  • Pakistan: The Power to Forgive

    Shaken and still feeling the effects from an attack on their service, Numseoul Presbyterian Church publicly forgave the men who attacked them on Wednesday, June 1, 2011. Armed with guns, the nephew...  View Story
  • Algeria: Churches Threatened

    A provincial governor ordered seven churches in the province of Béjaïa to close recently, but Christian leaders do not intend to comply. On May 22, 2011, the Béjaïa...  View Story




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