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Not Even War Will Stop the Church in Ukraine!
Posted by Caleb Suko
Bibles smuggled by faith alone
Published by Katey Hearth on September 1, 2014
(photo credit: SEND Int'l)
Ukraine crisis has a silver lining
Published by Katey Hearth on September 4, 2014
When refugees enter Sumy Grace Church and others like it, they see Christ’s love in action in the form of food, shelter, clothing, and more. They also get to study His Word and hear the Gospel, many for the first time.
However, caring for refugees is maxing out Sumy Grace Church’s resources.
“There is a specific need for finances to help take care of these people, because there are no other outside sources,” Paetkau says.
If you can help out, click here.
Nepali Pastor Released After Two Years in Prison
International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
Nov. 9, 2014 Uniting in prayer for the persecuted church. Free resources are available by download.
"You can kill my body but not my soul"
Though this story would be considered largely negative due to the persecution, it is the bravery and faith of the believer that inspires and challenges us.
(Crossroad Bible Institute photo)
Published by Julie Oosterhouse on September 5, 2014
"I want people outside to know that even if we get cut into pieces, we won’t leave Jesus Christ."
Again, another terrible persecution story but the steadfast faith of the persecuted should inspire us all.