Tag Archives: refugees

Persecution updates from around the globe, especially India

World Digital has revamped its international content and my persecution stories are now part of a roundup called “World Tour.” Here are the past few which include my reporting on false charges against Indian Christians for kidnapping and forced conversion, … Continue reading

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Weighing in on the refugee matter

I try very hard to stay away from politics here at Steak and a Bible. That isn’t because I don’t have strong political opinions, I do. I avoid it because I do not want my political opinions to get in … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss List: Updates on refugees, persecution and more

Doctors Without Borders update from Serbia This update from Serbia about the refugee and migrant crisis there is gut-wrenching and needs to be read. DWB has been treating people including children for injuries, including many sustained by border control authorities. … Continue reading

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Christians Respond to the Refugee Crisis

This New York Times story is almost two weeks old, but if you haven’t read it yet it is still worth it. The Times writes about how some politically conservative evangelical Christians in Georgia are embracing Syrian refugees (including Muslim … Continue reading

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Why and How to Help the Persecuted

I had the incredible privilege last week to attend an event (The Bridge conference put on by International Christian Concern) focused on the persecuted church in the Middle East specifically. I also was able to attend a separate discussion regarding … Continue reading

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Thoughts about the Refugee Crisis from a Pastor on the Front Lines

The refugee crisis in Europe has been in the headlines for months and probably won’t go away anytime soon. A couple of months ago I interviewed some people living in Hungary, about the situation. One of my contacts was Calvary … Continue reading

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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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