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International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (IDOP)

Oct 23, 2006

More than 200 million Christians around the world are persecuted today merely for confessing their love for Christ. Each year, the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (IDOP) gives Christians in free countries the opportunity to pray for and with those who suffer for their faith.

Belarus, Iraq: Christians Need Urgent Prayer

Oct 18, 2006

In November 2002 Belarus enacted a highly repressive religion law.Minsk\'s 1000-strong New Life church has not been able to achieveregistration, meaning its meetings are illegal.

Afghanistan: Christians in the Crosshairs

Oct 12, 2006

Strategically located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, Afghanistan has been an attractive yet elusive target for numerous civilisations over the course of history. From Alexander the Great to Genghis Khan to the Soviet Empire and now to Western multilateral forces, Afghanistan has seen more th

Iran: House-church Leaders Arrested

Oct 4, 2006

On Tuesday 26 September, secret police raided the home of Iranian house-church leaders Reza Montazami (35) and his wife Fereshteh Dibaj (28) confiscating their computers, Christian literature and other items.

Sri Lanka: Prayer Requests

Sep 27, 2006

National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka (NCEASL) Prayer requestsAOG Church - Bolaththa27th September, 2006 27th September, 2006 The Pastor was summoned to the Police station on a complaint made by a neighbour that the Church was disturbing the neighbourhood. The Pastor was advised by

During September we prayed about....

Sep 27, 2006

Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin - No. 397 - Wed 27 Sep 2006WELCOME to the 17 intercessors who have joined the list this month.----------------------------------DURING SEPTEMBER WE PRAYED ABOUT -RUSSIA, where a law has been drafted against \'illegal missionary activities\' which threatens religiou

My house shall be a house of prayer for all the nations

Sep 21, 2006

Jesus loves the nations. So much so, that he died for them. He also loves it when we love the nations. Sometimes it is difficult for us to express this love because of our natural ethnocentricity. One way of experiencing God\'s heart for the nations is through praying for them.

Somalia, Iraq, Palestinian Territories: \'Unreasonable\' Jihad

Sep 20, 2006

On 12 September Pope Benedict XVI addressed an academic audience at the University of Regensburg in Bavaria, southeast . His address, which he described as \'a critique of modern reason from within\', examined the relationship between reason and faith. Pope Benedict contests that the Apostle P


Sep 13, 2006

Tajikistan is a beautiful mountainous country bordered by Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and China. Its population is reaching seven million of whom 40 per cent are children under 16. It has a rich cultural heritage but a very poor economic situation due to the 1991-97 civil war followed by a f