Christian persecution is escalating at a staggering rate worldwide.
ISIS – the Islamic State – is abducting hundreds of Christians for slaughter.
It is crucifying Christian men, enslaving Christian women, and barbarically beheading Christian children.
Pakistan sentences Christians to death – like Christian mom Asia Bibi – for blasphemy, and barbarically persecutes children of underprivileged Christian families.
Iran and Sudan imprison Christian pastors, merely because of their faith.
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Turkey’s decision to ignore continued demands for the release of innocent American Pastor Andrew Brunson will not be tolerated. Yesterday, after the third court date of this sham trial, Pastor Andrew was sent back to prison and the trial was again delayed another three months – until October 12th.
Your voice is being heard at the U.N. Real progress is underway and we are seeing the fruit of our efforts to demand justice and accountability in the aftermath of ISIS’s cruel genocide against Christians and others in the Middle East. The wheels of justice are turning. As we had previously...
Today, Turkey held its third day of trial for the falsely imprisoned American Pastor Andrew Brunson. He has now been remanded back to prison and his next trial date will not be until October 12th. Pastor Andrew is innocent. Yet he's being accused of "Christianization" as a crime by the Turkish...
On one afternoon in a small village near the border between China and Myanmar, Sister Ju, a devout Christian in her mid 30s, was forcefully taken away by police when she was peacefully sharing the gospel with local Chinese in a 200-square-foot home. After being detained for more than 400 days, she...