The United States has closed its embassy in Damascus, Syria after hundreds were killed in renewed civil conflict there. The announcement came two days after Russia and China vetoed a U.N. Security Council plan authored by the Arab League in an attempt to end 11 months of violence.
Early this week, police in northern Mexico announced the capture of a Zeta drug lord responsible for some 75 deaths. In a separate case this week, 119 other suspects were also charged for drug trafficking (among other things), according to the Law Enforcement Examiner.
Dear Friends A very good friend and longtime supporter of GDOP has sent this prayer request. We normally don’t send individual prayer requests on the data base but these prayers will certainly impact the nation of Sri Lanka. Please join us in prayer for this wonderful opport
Please remember them in your Prayers: The 50 countries where Christians face most persecution Visit the following links to find information and prayer items for each of the 50 nations: http://www.opendoors.org/ http://www.opendoorsusa.org/persecution/country-profiles/ http:
On behalf of the WPA International Coordination Team, leaders from the Indonesian and Korean prayer movements, the International Prayer Council, and many other prayer and ministry networks we would like to iinvite you and those you want to recommend for the World Prayer AssemblyMay 14-18,
More than one third of the food produced on this planet for human consumption is wasted. This amounts to approximately 1.3 billion tons of lost food per year.
Mozambique is populated by about 23 million precious souls-each one is a solid reason why we should pray for this needy nation! When one of these turns to the Faith, heaven rejoices. Based on 2 Chronicles 7:14, Church- and Prayer leaders are calling for a global year of united prayer for Mozambique.
January 1, A string of bombs on Christmas day struck five churches in Nigeria, leaving 43 dead and dozens wounded. The leader of the Christian Association of Nigeria stated the attacks were "considered as a declaration of war on Christians and Nigeria as an entity," and that while he did not want to
A Christian Baptist leader, Nikolai Popov from the town of Balkhash in Karaganda was imprisoned for two days for refusing to pay fines imposed for leading worship meetings without compulsory state registration. Another Christian has been fined as well for attending a meeting for worship while anothe
Chargées par l’Alliance Evangélique Européenne de rédiger les méditations de la semaine universelle de prière de janvier 2012, les Alliances Evangéliques de Belgique, de France (CNEF, Conseil national des évangéliques de France) et