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Aid Shortfalls and Congressional Efforts to Help Middle Eastern Christians

Here are my two latest stories for WORLD.

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A Meriam Ibrahim Update

Meriam Ibrahim obtained her freedom and left Sudan, but the attorneys who worked on her case are being told they cannot leave the country. Here’s my latest article for WORLD:

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Lawmakers Say Religious Freedom Report is All Bark, More to Do

My latest article for World regarding international persecution: While the Obama administration made two big moves on persecution this week—appointing an ambassador for international religious freedom and releasing the State Department’s religious freedom report—two Republican lawmakers said more work remains … Continue reading

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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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Kenya: Pastors Murdered

The situation in Kenya is grim. Remember to keep the country and especially its Christians in prayer. Here’s my latest story from World:

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The Use of “Allah,” and What’s Really Going on in Vietnam

My recent vacation prevented me from getting a chance to post the article I wrote last week for World magazine online. I wrote about the appeals court decision in Malaysia that would keep publications like The Herald, a Catholic outlet … Continue reading

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