Flooding caused by torrential rain has paralysed parts of the Philippine capital, forcing tens of thousands to flee their homes and closing schools, offices and the stock exchange. Authorities said half of Manila had been hit by floods, with water up to waist and neck levels in some areas.
The WEA has today (August 7th, 2012) received this update from friends in Syria. Please continue to pray earnestly for all the people of this country, so torn, and so desperately in need of the love of God in Christ. Dear friends, Some time I desire for life to return back to norm
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The deadly 16 month conflict in Syria continues to rage between supporters of President Bashar al-Assad and rebel forces. With government forces showing little concern for civilians in their efforts to quell the rebels and the rebels holding strong Muslim beliefs, the majority of Christians in Syria
"The Lord's message rang out from you not only in Macedonia and Achaia-your faith in God has become known everywhere."
Mission News Network reports: Daily attacks. Piles of bodies. Scurrying refugees. There's still no end in sight for the human tragedy taking place in Syria.
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Millions of Christians around the world are praying for Syria, as the country goes through a very difficult time indeed. Please use this update that we have received from a friend in Syria to inform some of your prayers: Dear Friends, Through everything you hear about this countr
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