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UCC Denomination No Friend of Israel

Declining United Church of Christ’s Israel divestment might not pack any punch The United Church of Christ (UCC) last week became the latest mainline Protestant denomination to approve a resolution calling for ...

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3,000 Mile Ride2Freedom to Stop in KC

A group of 30 youths from 13 countries on five continents will stop in Kansas City on their 3,300-mile bicycle journey across the United States. Their mission: to call attention to plight ...

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How Aquaponics helps Trash Mountain people

By Mollyanne Gibson |   I traveled with Trash Mountain Project to Tegucigalpa, Honduras to build an aquaponics system at Amor Fe y Esperanza school for a week in February. It was ...

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Christians and Jews Team Up to Fight Islamic Persecution

JERUSALEM, Israel — As stories of new beheadings of Christian children in Iraq come to light, many wonder – who will speak out against it? Now Jews and Christians are banding together ...

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“State of Emergency” Declared for Middle East Christians

Are the world’s oldest Christian communities on the verge of extinction?  A state of emergency declared for Middle East Christians could bring their plight to a wider world audience as  evangelical and Protestant ...

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Iraqi Christians Face Deadline to Convert

‘One week’ deadlines for Iraqi Christians to convert or ‘face the sword’ By World Watch Monitor   An Iraqi Christian Mikha Qasha, fleeing from Qaraqosh, has given a personal account of members ...

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Condition Worsens for American Missionary with Ebola

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. |Christian News Service| — The condition of Nancy Writebol, a missionary who recently contracted Ebola while serving in Liberia, has worsened, according to SIM (www.simusa.org), the Christian missions organization with ...

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Christians flee as Islamist Terrorists Sweep Across Iraq

By Gregory Tomlin MOSUL, Iraq (BP) — Iraqi Christians came under fire again as the bloody campaign of Islamic militants spilled over from Syria into Iraq’s northern cities last week. An estimated ...

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Brazilian Soccer Star ‘Kaká’ Belongs to Jesus

By Andrew Branch   (WNS)–As his native Brazil hosts the month-long World Cup tournament, soccer star Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite wants you to know that he is a Christian. Ricardo, better known ...

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Can Pope Francis Make a Difference for Peace?

Making sense of Pope Francis’s whirlwind Mideast trip By Alex Traiman/JNS.org After two intense days of religious ceremonies in Bethlehem and Jerusalem, meetings with Israeli and Palestinian officials, unscheduled photo opportunities, and ...

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Pope Francis to Visit Israel, Jordan

In Israel, Pope Francis to witness oasis of stability in chaotic region for Christians    By Sean Savage | JNS.org   Following in the footsteps of his two immediate predecessors, Pope Francis ...

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Pregnant Sudanese Doctor to Hang for Christian Conversion

Meriam Yahia Ibrahim, a 27 year old Sudanese doctor due to have her second baby next month, has been condemned to death by hanging, after refusing to renounce her Christian faith, despite ...

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Ukrainians Unite in Prayer Ahead of Russian Invasion

‘Holy desperation’ in Ukraine, says preacher By Diana Chandler | KIEV, Ukraine (BP) — The Ukrainian crisis has kindled an interdenominational prayer movement in the nation, said a Southern Baptist evangelist who ...

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Over 100 Christians Murdered by Nigerian Islamists

KADUNA, Nigeria (BP) — Muslim Fulani herdsmen killed more than 100 Christians and destroyed homes in Kaduna state in North-Western Nigeria Friday (March 14), Morning Star News reported. Scores of the herdsmen ...

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Workplace Discrimination: Christian Wins Settlement

A Christian graphic designer who sued a hotel claiming he was denied a job there because of his faith has settled out of court. The case is drawing interest from groups that ...

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