Lida’s husband betrayed her by becoming involved with Lida’s own mother, forcing Lida to leave home with nothing but the clothes on her back. Desperate and alone she wandered from village to village, unsure of where to turn.
Archives for August 2014
Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman sentenced to hang on charges of converting from Islam to Christianity, arrived in the U.S. on July 31st after months of negotiations, which secured her freedom.
Eight Syrian rebels were crucified by ISIS militants in Aleppo province, indicating a growing trend of violence between Islamic groups fighting for control over Syria.
In Sydney, Australia, nearly 5,000 Iraqi Christians gathered as a part of the “WeAreN” movement to protest the violence perpetrated by ISIS militants on Christians in Iraq.
Several villages in central India have outlawed the practice of Christianity, a move that encourages Christian persecution.
While working in Liberia for the Christian organization Samaritan’s Purse, doctor Kent Brantly contracted Ebola, and is the first known patient to be treated in the United States.