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AOG Church - Bolatha, Gampaha District

Feb 22, 2006

We thank and praise God that the congregation of this church were able to meet together for the Sunday service. Although the attendance was low with about 20 members staying away

Sri Lanka: Incident Update & Prayer Request

Feb 17, 2006

On the 6th of February, the pastor of the Church was called to the police station again for an inquiry. He was forced to agreed that they will hold services for only for the Christians in the Bolatha village and stop members of the congregation who are from other villages from attending the services

Middle East: Christian Minorities Caught in \"Cartoon Intifada\" plus more...

Feb 16, 2006

While the Danish cartoon controversy has triggered protests all across the Muslim world, political factors put Christians in the Middle East at particular risk of \'cartoon intifada (uprising)\' violence.

India: Shabri Kumbh Mela Threatens 8000 Christians in Dangs

Feb 8, 2006

Over the weekend 11-13 February, Hindu nationalist groups and their militant factions will hold a major Kumbh (Hindu festival) in Dangs district, Gujarat, northwest India...

NCEASL Incident Update (Feb 7, 2006)

Feb 7, 2006

At approximately 11 am in the morning, a man arrived at the Dutch reformed Church in Galle, on a motor cycle, looking for the Pastor in charge...

Iraq: Churches Targeted As Tensions Rise

Feb 2, 2006

On Sunday 29 January, five car bombs exploded in Kirkuk and Baghdad between 4:10pm and 4:30pm. Three people were killed by the Kirkuk bombs which went off outside the Church of the Virgin and an Orthodox church...

Christians Attacked in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

Jan 30, 2006

The Evangelical Fellowship of India (EFI) expresses deep concern at the latest attack against the Christian Minority group in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh...

Review of January Prayer Topics

Jan 25, 2006

During January we have prayed for...

Uzbekistan: Persecuted Believers Speaking Out

Jan 18, 2006

Religious intolerance in the predominantly Muslim Uzbekistan has escalated after the anti-government uprising in Andijan in May 2005. The authorities have tightened control of the \'other-minded\' and the measures taken against them.

Russia: Challenging Times For the Church

Jan 11, 2006

According to TASS newspaper, high-ranking officials of major religious confessions (Moscow Patriarchate of the Russian Orthodox Church [ROC MP], Council of Muftis of Russia, and Chief Rabbi of Russia) thought freedom of belief in Russia improved significantly in 2005. This doubtless reflected how mu