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Understanding: Increased tensions between Hindus and Christians

Part One of a look at Hindu/Christian relations in India and the United States With all the media attention focused on relations in the Middle East, ad-Dawlah al-Islāmiyah fīl-ʿIrāq wash-Shām (AKA Daesh, ISIL, ISIS, etc., etc.) and Boko Haram, now known as ISWAP (Islamic State’s West Africa Province) after receiving endorsement from ISIS, it’s easy to miss what’s… Continue reading Understanding: Increased tensions between Hindus and Christians

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Prepare and Participate: Prayer – How to get started in 2 simple steps

Every one of the mission organizations that help persecuted Christian that I follow say the same thing: Prayer is the single most important thing that we can do to help persecuted Christians.  It’s the very first thing that persecuted Christians ask us to do for them because they know that is the most important thing… Continue reading Prepare and Participate: Prayer – How to get started in 2 simple steps

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Week in Review: News Highlights

Sunday, April 26: al-Shabaab’s African killing spree; Ugandan President criticizes Obama. See also: “First time” al-Shabaab has killed for “insulting” Muhammed this week.     Friday, April 24: 100th Anniversary of Armenian genocide. Also: Suspected Al Qaeda plot targeting Vatican uncovered by Italian Police”   Tuesday, April 21: China Aid release 2014 Annual Report of… Continue reading Week in Review: News Highlights