Imprisoned Chinese Christian Newspaper Editor, South Church Leader Li Ying Released 5 Years Early

Never believe your letters, comments, blog posts, phone calls, etc. don’t make a difference. A Christian newspaper editor and house church leader sentenced in 2002 to 15 years’ imprisonment for “intentional assault” was released almost five years before the end of her prison term as the result of a world-wide letter-writing campaign and other international … Read more

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Islamic-Majority Countries Top 2012 World Watch List

The Open Doors 2012 World Watch List has a familiar look to it. North Korea tops the list for the 10th straight time as the country where Christians face the most severe persecution, while Islamic-majority countries represent nine of the top 10 and 38 of the 50 countries on the annual ranking. Afghanistan (2), Saudi … Read more

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Hungarian Parliament Resurrects Soviet Past with Adoption of Restrictive Religion Law

While Communism officially ended in Hungary over 20 years ago, it appears the dictatorial mindset has not yet fully abated. Last night after midnight, the Hungarian parliament procured for the country the title of Worst Religion Law in Europe when it adopted its new “Law on the Right to Freedom of Conscience and Religion, and … Read more

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Incan Descendants Gather to Celebrate Modern Scripture Translation

Web //–> Framed by 20,545-foot Mt. Chimborazo, the village of Colta is home to the Quichua, one of the oldest indigenous people groups of the Americas. On Sunday, February 28, 2010, approximately 300 Quichua pastors, local dignitaries, and villagers celebrated the launch of Biblica’s Quichua New Testament. The event was held in the first … Read more

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Christian Relief Agencies & Donations Pour into Haiti

A massive earthquake struck Haiti on Tuesday, January 12. The epicenter of the quake was located just 10 miles from the capital city of Port-au-Prince. The earthquake measured 7.3 on the Richter scale, and caused the collapse of many buildings on the island nation including at least one hospital. News reports indicate more than 7,000 … Read more

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Extremists Attack Missionary, Injure Well-Drilling Team

Web //–> A mob of anti-Christian extremists attacked a Gospel for Asia-supported missionary working at a Jesus Well drilling site on Tuesday. The pastor escaped unharmed, but the mob badly beat a ministry intern and one of the men drilling the well. The incident occurred Tuesday when the well-drilling team arrived in the village … Read more

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Mob Brutally Attacks Missionaries

Web //–> A large mob of anti-Christian extremists brutally attacked two Gospel for Asia-supported missionaries in Himachal Pradesh, India, on Saturday, March 14. After stripping them naked and beating Murari Jay and Atul Rajesh, the vicious group burned all their belongings and then had the missionaries arrested. The mob of about 30 people barged … Read more

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Anti-Conversion Law Likely in Sri Lanka

Web //–> Sri Lanka’s Parliament is expected to pass the country’s first anti-conversion law next month. The proposed legislation, titled “Bill for Prohibition of Forcible Conversions,” was presented a second time to members of Parliament in January. It is expected to easily pass when it is presented for a vote in February. Gospel for … Read more

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Christmas Canceled in Orissa, India

Web //–> The intense persecution of Christians in Orissa, India has forced the country’s minority group to fear celebration of the upcoming Christmas holiday. In recent months, Christians have been the victims of relentless violence carried out by Hindu extremists in retaliation for the August 2008 murder of a renowned Hindu leader. Although a … Read more

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