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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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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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Freed Captives Say Low Supplies Are Crippling Boko Haram

My latest persecution story returns to Nigeria, where a multi-national military offensive against Boko Haram has been going on. Hundreds of women and children have been freed. 

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Persecution Updates – Pakistan, Nigeria and Ukraine

I haven’t gotten a chance to post my persecution stories for WORLD in a couple weeks so here they are:

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Efforts to Bring Peace, Stability to Central African Republic

For World this week, I wrote about Central African Republic again, but this time found a glimmer of hope in the mediation efforts led by a priest in Bozoum.

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Filipino Christians Caught in the Middle

My latest story about international persecution is posted at World. It’s about last week’s attack in Zamboanga, Philippines by the Moro National Liberation Front, a group of Muslim extremists. Many people, including a pastor and priest were taken hostage in … Continue reading

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