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Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom makes history

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Day one of the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom conference saw many emotional moments as victims of religious persecution shared their testimonies.  This is the first time that such a meeting has ...

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Largest gathering ever on religious freedom this week

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What is described as history’s largest officially sponsored gathering to support religious liberty will take place in Washington, D.C. next week. The historic “Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom” meeting will be convened ...

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Large family target of attacks in Uganda

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“Fire!” came the yells from outside the eastern Uganda home Yusuf Tulo as he and his sizeable family. Neighbors continued to shout, “Fire!” until Yusuf came to the door. When they went ...

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4 things to know about Indian elections, persecution

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The Indian elections last week saw a landslide victory for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu nationalist party. It has Indian Christians and other minority faiths fearing increased persecution. Since ...

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New York Times says religious conservative wives are the happiest; social media completely loses it

Over the weekend, the New York Times caused an uproar of anger on social media after they published an op-ed showcasing a report that detailed the happiest of American wives identify as religious conservatives. ...

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Muslim Imam warns Christians, ‘wake up’ before it’s too late

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Mohammad Tawhidi calls himself an “Imam of peace” and is urging fellow-Muslims to support Christians and other people of faith who routinely suffer for their beliefs. “We are all brothers in humanity ...

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AZ governor stands by Christian Facebook post despite calls to remove

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey refused to give in to pressure from a state secular organization this week, publicly affirming that he has no intention of removing religious messages posted to his gubernatorial ...

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‘Crown of thorns’ saved from Notre Dame by hero priest

A French priest who provided comfort to victims during the 2015 Paris terror attack was hailed as a hero after he risked his life by dashing into the Notre Dame cathedral that ...

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Half of pastors are worried about offending someone if they speak out on social issues

Pastors are pressured from all sides to speak out on hot button issues, but struggle with just how to address those topics, such as LGBT issues and same-sex marriage. In a new ...

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China uses dynamite to destroy well-known megachurch

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Chinese authorities have blown up with dynanmite a well-known Christian megachurch, inflaming . Witnesses and overseas activists said the paramilitary People’s Armed Police used dynamite and excavators to destroy the Golden Lampstand ...

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President and Congress join to target China over religious persecution

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For the first time, persecuted faith groups in China and human rights organizations are forming a coalition to advance religious freedom in China, with the backing of the Trump administration and members ...

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Chinese prisoner killed by organ harvesting, daughter escapes to US

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Ten police cars accompanied a small group of relatives to view Chinese prisoner Han Jun Qing’s body. No cameras or reporters were allowed on the premises. But his daughter, Han Yu, needs ...

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People who attend church lead happier lives

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Those who identify with a religious group and regularly attend worship services tend to be happier and more civically engaged than those who do not, a new Pew Research Center survey has ...

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School principal’s decision to keep teacher out of church overruled

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A school principal’s attempt to prevent a teacher from attending a church event has been reversed by the superintendent after pressure. The principal had forbid the teacher at an undisclosed mid-west high ...

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Vice President Pence’s wife attacked for new job at Christian school

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The battle to force private schools and churches to hire LGBT and cross-gender teachers, pastors and staff is heating up after the new job of the wife of Vice President Pence was ...

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Country that persecuted Christians makes dramatic turnaround

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A list released each year by Open Doors USA ranks persecution of Christians by country around the world. It has had a profound impact on one Middle East Country. The organization has ...

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10 Commandments altered by Chinese Communist authorities

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Chinese communist authorities forced a church in China’s Henan Province to take down the first of the Ten Commandments given to Moses, as it was deemed offensive. The move comes as China’s ...

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Black Christians lead Americans in Bible use

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African-Americans have higher levels of Bible use and engagement and are more concerned about the decline in morality than the general U.S. population, a recent study has found. The latest State of the ...

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Is Kim Jong Un afraid of Jesus?

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Open Doors USA has explored the reasons why North Korean leader Kim Jong Un remains “afraid” of Christianity. Their findings go to the heart of people’s beliefs about Jesus. Sunday, November 4 ...

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Why Americans go (and don’t go) to religious services

In recent years, the percentage of U.S. adults who say they regularly attend religious services has been declining, while the share of Americans who attend only a few times a year, seldom ...

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British bakers win their own court case

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After a four-year legal battle, Christian bakers in Northern Ireland have won their case at the Supreme Court in the United Kingdom. The owners of Ashers Baking Company came under fire for ...

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The danger of thinking you’re a good person

Jesus once told a story about two men who went to pray.  One was a high standing religious man, the other was a tax collector that had extorted money from people.  The ...

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Texas cheerleaders win case against censorship

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Some Texas cheerleaders have another victory to cheer. The Texas Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal of a lower court decision that protects the right of cheerleaders to display Bible verses ...

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President Trump’s remarks to Christians at White House dinner

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In our continuing effort to provide you with news that is unfiltered, below are the President’s remarks to a group of Christians last night at a White House dinner.   REMARKS BY ...

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New law in Nepal criminalizes evangelism

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A law criminalizing religious conversions and the “hurting of religious feelings” went into effect in Nepal this week, a year after the bill was passed. As World Watch Monitor reported last year, ...

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