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-Vietnam Authorities Block Christmas Events

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010

Image via Wikipedia The Vietnamese authorities are using force this year to block Protestant Christians from celebrating Christmas together. According to Compass Direct and Christian Post hundreds of Christians were locked out of a celebration on Sunday: The throngs who arrived at the National Convention Center (NCC) in the Tu Kiem district of Hanoi for […]

-Oregon Bomb Suspect’s Mosque Set on Fire

Monday, November 29th, 2010

This act should be condemned by all, particularly Christians. Sometime early Sunday morning a fire was started at the Salman AlFarisi Islamic Center in Corvallis, Oregon. This was the mosque where Mohamed Osman Mohamud, the suspect who attempted to bomb a Portland tree-lighting ceremony on Friday night, was a member and occasionally attended. The Corvallis […]

US Supreme Court Takes on Westboro Baptist Military Funeral Case

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

(Image via Wikipedia) The US Supreme court will hear arguments today (Wednesday 10/6/10) in the controversial case involving the so-called Westboro  Baptist Church and their protests at military funerals. Westboro Church proudly boasts of having held more than 44,000 pickets at military funerals and other events. I certainly sympathize with the Snyder family who brought […]

-Should Christians ‘Be Fruitful and Multiply’?

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

(Image via Wikipedia) Should Christians ‘be fruitful and multiply’? Yes, according to Daniel Akin, president, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary: “There is a scriptural mandate for it, and you have admonitions in the psalms that speak of the blessedness of God providing many children to a husband and wife. And there’s a general tenor throughout scripture […]

-Pakistan: Muslim Boss Forces Christian to Sell kidney

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

(Coexist? by abocon via Flickr) I doubt that you will ever find any ‘Coexist’ bumper stickers in Pakistan. This weeks worst persecution story comes from Pakistan and features a Christian who was forced by his Muslim boss to sell one of his kidneys. John Gill, a molding machine operator at Shah Plastic Manufacturers, borrowed money […]

-May Day Comes to Arizona

Saturday, May 1st, 2010

  May Day is the perfect excuse to protest the new Arizona illegal immigrant law. As usual, the protests today may be a little over the top for most Americans. Especially for those of us who remember that May 1 was a traditional day for Communist dictators to ‘celebrate’ around the world. It should be […]

“We refuse to be Muslims by force” say Two Egyptian Teenagers

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

(Image via Wikipedia) “We refuse to be Muslims by force” -replied two Christian Egyptian twin brothers after losing a court case which ruled that they were legally Muslims since their father converted to Islam. According to Egyptian law, when a father coverts to Islam the children automatically become Muslim whether they want to or not. […]

-Time to Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem

Saturday, March 13th, 2010

(Jerusalem  via Wikipedia) It is time for Christians to remember to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Meanwhile Muslims are praying for a huge piece of Jerusalem and demonstrating in the streets demanding that the whole city be given to them chanting: “Jerusalem is Arab, our eternal capital” Here’s what I posted today on one […]

-Harry Reid: Great Day-‘Only’ 36,000 Lost Their Jobs Today!

Friday, March 5th, 2010

Here’s an incredible quote from Senate majority leader Harry Reid (D). Not only that he actually means it—it is a day to celebrate!: “Today is a big day in America. Only 36,000 people lost their jobs today, which is really good.” Response: Really good unless you are one of the 36,000 and the 100,000 or […]

-Laos: Christians Forced from Worship and Homes at Gunpoint

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

(Laos via Wikipedia) According to Compass Direct, last month more than 100 local Lao officials in Katin village of Ta-Oyl district, Saravan Province forced 48 Christians to leave their worship service by gunpoint. Then the officials marched them 4 miles out of town and left them there to fend for themselves. Guards have been posted […]