Tag Archives: Christian

Pro-Life Nurse Files Discrimination Lawsuit in Sweden

My latest persecution report for WORLD comes from Sweden, where Christian midwife says her pro-life views have cost her multiple jobs. 

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Fantastic Holy Week Sermonettes

Chris Rosebrough reviews good and bad sermons on his program: Fighting for the Faith. A couple weeks ago he included four brief good sermons from Pastor Ron Hodel in this broadcast.

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I’m Not Watching Aronofsky’s Noah, But …

That’s right I said it. Actually I said it on Twitter a couple days ago too, but I’m not going to spend money to watch Darren Aronofsky’s new movie: Noah. Why? Because when I hear Noah, I think of Noah from … Continue reading

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Sri Lankans Find Joy, Also Fear at Christmas

I hope all of my readers had a Merry Christmas and enjoyed taking time to celebrate Jesus’ birth. In Sri Lanka, Christians in rural areas cannot celebrate without fear of persecution. Here is my latest story for World:

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Christmas in Nepal

Yesterday, World published my story about Christmas preparations in the former Hindu monarchy of Nepal. I hope it blesses you this Christmas.

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Counting Martyrs

There has been some recent discussion about how many people are martyred each year because of their faith in Jesus Christ. It’s a difficult question to answer and definitions of martyrdom vary, but I tackled that subject for World this … Continue reading

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Forced Conversion

My latest from Worldmag is about forced conversions to Islam that are happening in many countries.

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