Category Archives: persecution

courage

I’ve talked with my students this semester about persecution many have undergone and still endure for the cause of Christ since Jesus overcame death. On the last day of school before we shifted to online teaching, a friend and co-worker … Continue reading

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forgiveness

On May 26, 2017, eight to ten masked gunmen raided a bus full of adults and children going to a church gathering 85 miles south of Cairo, Egypt. A six-year-old girl was sitting in the front row with a friend, … Continue reading

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India

On May 26, 2014, Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India, the second most populated nation on earth. Since this leadership change, Christian ministries and charity organizations have been under fire. Even Compassion International, who serves children and orphans … Continue reading

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living

Each child of God should ask the question: “How am I to live for Christ in this world?” ‘Time in history’ and ‘location on earth’ have presented different challenges to those who love Jesus. A Christian who lived in Berlin, … Continue reading

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hero

I was quite surprised a few years ago to learn that my friend Mark, who works with Voice of the Martyrs, was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. Of course I called to encourage him and share some of my experiences with … Continue reading

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