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Religious Liberty: During January we have prayed for.....

Jan 30, 2008

Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin | No. 463 | Wed 30 Jan 2008 WELCOME to the 22 intercessors who have joined the list since November. Jesus said: \'Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? And not one of them will fall to the ground apart from your Father. But even the hairs of your hea

Palestinian Territories: Musalaha Prayer Update

Jan 25, 2008

The new year has brought with it many new blessings and opportunities. We want to share with you the progress that has been made, and thank you once again for your prayer and support. The following is a report from the recent Third Side group meeting, that was a real breakthrough and encour

Défi Michée - Réflexion et Prière - vendredi 25 janvier 2008

Jan 24, 2008

Temps de prière et de plaidoyer 2008 du Défi Michée Merci pour votre patience pendant la suspension des mails. Un mail début décembre devait vous prévenir de cette suspension due à la période des fêtes et au déménagement de la coordination internationale de Grande Bretagne en Austral

Micah Challenge Prayer & Reflection, January 25, 2008

Jan 24, 2008

Thank you for sharing and praying with the worldwide Micah Challenge community. We hope this email is challenging, inspiring and spurs us on! Reflection Please click here for the words of the prayer. Prayer Let us pray: Meditate on the Statistics As you spend time i

Uzbekistan: Hot Winter for Christians

Jan 23, 2008

Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin | No. 462 | Wed 23 Jan 2008 A Christian lawyer in Uzbekistan recently wrote: \'This winter is very cold in Uzbekistan: snow and frosts -- in some areas of the country it is -25C. But for us Christians the beginning of the year has been very hot. We are

Iraq: Sudden Violence Shatters Christmas Calm

Jan 16, 2008

Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin | No. 461 | Wed 16 Jan 2008 (Neal Youngquist) Life in Iraq is a daily challenge. In a climate of violence, shortages and economic disruptions it is impossible to live a normal life. Those fleeing the turmoil tell a foreboding expectation of their ow

Central Asia: Growing Religious Oppression

Jan 9, 2008

Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin | No. 460 | Wed 09 Jan 2008 By Anneta Vyssotskaia During 2007 there were numerous reports of restriction and persecution of Christians in Central Asia. However, these may be only the tip of the iceberg of the real situation regarding persecution of

Palestinian Territories: Musalaha Prayer Update, January 2008

Jan 4, 2008

Hello Friends, Happy New Years to you all! As we head into 2008, it is important to remember the many blessings and accomplishments granted to us by God in the past year. However, it is also important to look forward to what will come in prayerful anticipation. Thus, we want to

Christmas 2007: What does it mean for Religious Liberty?

Dec 19, 2007

Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin | No. 459 | Wed 19 Dec 2007 Religious liberty and religious security deteriorated in much of the world during 2007. Persecution -- even annihilation -- is targeting not just individuals, but whole peoples. Who will endure? Throughout the world openness a

China: Repression escalates in the lead-up to Olympics plus Turkey: Critical update

Dec 14, 2007

Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin | No. 458 | Wed 12 Dec 2007 The Olympic Games will open in Beijing at 8.08pm, on 8-8-08 and China is getting ready. In a recent article, \'Faster, higher, censored\', Graeme Philipson (The Age, Melbourne) states: \'China will use the 2008 Oly