Archives for May 2014
The group responsible for the kidnapping of 276 Nigerian schoolgirls has continued attacks throughout Nigeria, targeting many Christians.
While the punishment is severe, Christians continue to share the Gospel with other Iranians.
Destruction caused by the worst floods in 120 years in the Balkans has spurred a local Serbian Christian radio station into action.
The order, which came earlier in May, is part of a large-scale persecution of the Christian church in North Korea, which has been ranked as one of the worst places to be a Christian.
Jaya had ruined his life with drugs and gambling. At the end of his line, he decided to listen to a radio program on his cell phone that changed everything for him.
An Indonesian student surrenders her life to Jesus after hearing an FEBC broadcast. Listening to FEBC broadcasts on the radio gives her the encouragement to share the gospel with her Muslim family and community.
Last night at 3 am Thailand’s military chief appeared on national television to declare martial law across the country, coming two weeks after Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s removal from office.
The viral hashtag “Bring Back Our Girls” has brought the kidnapping of 276 Nigerian schoolgirls to the world’s attention, and has triggered cooperation between multiple African nations to bring the kidnappers to justice.
A Sudanese court sentenced pregnant Meriam Yehya Ibrahim to death by hanging after she refused to recant her Christian faith.