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Persecution Updates: Canada, Egypt, Iran

I’ve been remiss in sharing the past few stories I wrote for Worldmag.com about the persecuted. So here they are: Canada contemplates closing its Office of Religious Freedom Groups representing Jews, Muslims, Christians, and others are urging Canada’s new Liberal … Continue reading

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Persecution Updates: Good News from Ireland

On the persecution beat, positive stories are rare. I was happy to get to write this one about an Irish pastor’s acquittal.

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Persecution Updates From CAR, Pakistan and Sudan (Good News too!)

I’ve been remiss in sharing my articles for WORLD the past few weeks. This week I got to write a rare good news story about prisoners of the faith being freed.

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Coptic Teens and Teacher Jailed in Egypt

My latest article for WORLD turns to Egypt, where four teenage boys and their teacher are in prison over a video mocking ISIS.

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Christmas Isn’t Over for Everyone

The holiday isn’t quite finished, and unfortunately neither is related persecution. 

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Persecution in Eritrea

I mentioned last week that I’m starting to write for World magazine online. Here is my first story about the persecution of international Christians. This article is about what is going on in the African nation of Eritrea: From prayer meeting … Continue reading

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