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-Demands For General to be Court-Martialed Because of ‘National Day of Prayer’ Speech?

Monday, May 18th, 2015

( Major Gen. Craig Olson: US Air Force photo) An activist military group is demanding that a general, who spoke about God at a National Day of Prayer event on May 7, be court-martialed claiming that his testimony was against the law and unconstitutional. Here’s the story from the Air Force Times: …Maj. Gen. Craig […]

-Christian ‘Forgiving ISIS’ Videos Go Viral in Arab World

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

“But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you…” Matthew 5:44 We recently posted the video above of Christian child, 10 year old Myriam, forgiving ISIS even though her family had lost everything because of the terrorist group.  She said: “I will only ask God to forgive them. Now […]

-Florida: City Trying to Force Churches to Get a Business License

Friday, March 6th, 2015

(Common Ground Church/Facebook) A city in Florida is trying to force churches to get a business license. In one case the city government even sent a worker to spy on the church and has threatened to impose fines of $500 a day. Here’s the story from Charisma: Liberty Counsel sent a letter to the City […]

-Obama Foreign Policies Leading to Christian Persecution?

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

Franklin Graham of Samaritan’s Purse (a Christian relief organization0 and BGEA believes that  President Barack Obama’s sympathy towards Islam is bringing on a ‘Storm of Islam’ that will result in Christian persecution in this country and around the world. From the Blaze: “We’re going to see persecution, I believe, in this country, because our president […]

-Saudi Arabia: New Law Brings Death Sentence for Bible Smugglers?

Monday, December 22nd, 2014

           King of Saudi Arabia Apparently the Saudi government has passed a new law that prescribes a death sentences for those ‘smuggling’ in Bibles or other non-Muslim or even non-Sunni religious literature into the Muslim kingdom. For a long time it has been illegal to bring Bibles into Saudi Arabia. Usually customs agents have made […]

-High School Student Suspended for Sharing His Faith?

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

A high school senior in Everett, Washington has been suspended three times and faces potential expulsion for sharing his Christian faith. Here’s the news release about this case from the Pacific Justice Institute: A new lawsuit filed this week in Seattle federal court challenges what attorneys are calling “egregious” speech restrictions in an Everett high […]