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Song performed by quadriplegic speaker Joni is tipped for movie award
HOLLYWOOD HAS BEEN REELING from the shock of a humble Christian film song being short-listed for the Oscars, overtaking the likes of Coldplay and Taylor Swift.
FOR THE 12th YEAR IN A ROW, NORTH KOREA HAS TOPPED THE WORLD WATCH LIST OF COUNTRIES WHERE PERSECUTION OF CHRISTIANS IS MOST SEVERE.
Open Doors, the organisation which compiles the list, says of the Communist dictatorship on its website: “The God-like worship of the leader, Kim Jong-Un, and his predecessors leaves no room for any other religion and Christians face unimaginable pressure in every sphere of life. Forced to meet only in secret, they dare not share their faith even with their families, for fear of imprisonment in a labour camp.
Article: US schoolchildren get “Mark of the Beast”
This article was printed in error in the December 2013 – January 2014 edition as it was in fact a hoax piece.
We apologise for this and will print a retraction in …
Like the Holy Family, those who choose to obey God are still in danger from the authorities, whether in Asia or the Middle East
Before Christmas last year in central Asia I was talking to a man who, with his wife and family, had fled from their country astride a horse and a donkey in fear of their lives.
by Howard Stern
Untold stories of Palestinian Christians
Amid the myriad of narratives given by those who seek to express an opinion about the Palestinian-Israeli dispute, there is a voice that has been entirely lost.
It is the voice of the persecuted Palestinian Christians, caught between a rock and a hard place. Yes, we have the likes of Kairos and Sabeel, but these do not speak for all Christians in the Palestinian Territories – not by a long way, in fact.
Worthing-based charity Health Communication Resources (HCR) is helping to bring hope to Syria and the Philippines through Christian radio broadcasts.
CANON ANDREW WHITE, the popular “Vicar of Baghdad”, says that the BBC has given up reporting on the daily violence suffered in Iraq.
IRAN HAS HAILED the nuclear deal it reached with Western powers in Geneva as a victory over “the Zionists”.