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.
America can and must do more to protect persecuted Christians around the globe.
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