China (Dec 27th, 2017): Parents in Wenzhou, also known as China’s Jerusalem due to its large population of Christians, say they will continue to send their children to Sunday school and teach them about Jesus, despite the government ban. To read more click here. Egypt (Dec 6th) 21 churches in Southern Egypt have received to … Continue reading Persecution in December 2017
In an effort to spread more awareness about Christian persecution occurring in the world I have decided to add a new monthly post that will list links from various news sources about current stories regarding incidents of Christian persecution. This new feature is meant to help those interested in this important issue have a single … Continue reading Christian Persecution in the News November 2017 Roundup
The numbers of Christian refugees from Iraq and Syria taken in by the United Kingdom (U.K.) and the United States of America (U.S.A.)(under Obama), are extremely low in comparison to Muslims, despite the fact that Christians are targeted for their religion, and make up 10% of the population in Syria. 1 In the U.K. … Continue reading Are Western Governments Discriminating Against Christian Refugees?
According to the CIA fact book Christians make up 10% of the population in Syria.1 The population of Syrians belonging to various Christian denominations before the civil war was 1.25 million.2 The last estimate for the Christian population of Syria was only 500,000, which was made in October 2016.3 It is estimated that in … Continue reading Quick Facts About Christianity in Syria
Okay let’s face it, it can be difficult to find a mailbox in this country lately. But there is good news, you no longer have to use the limited character contact form to email PM Trudeau about assistance for Christian Refugees and to tell him its time Canada recognize the genocide ISIS is committing … Continue reading Emails for Lives
Here are a few brief facts about Christianity in Iraq: Christianity has been in Iraq for 2000 years.1 The faith was brought to what is modern day Iraq by Jesus’ apostle, Thomas, in the 1st century A.D.2 In the past few decades the Christian population of Iraq has gone from about 1.5 million, to as … Continue reading Quick Facts About Christianity in Iraq
I’m fairly young and on a tight budget, but for the past two Christmases, I’ve given a gift to Jesus. Christmas is the day we celebrate Jesus’ birth. Jesus of course, is completely unselfish (he died so that all people would have the chance to be saved). Therefore, in order to give a birthday gift … Continue reading Get Something for Jesus this Christmas. Donate to Help the Persecuted Church.
It’s not wrong for churches in western nations to want to help Christians first when it comes to helping the refugees of Iraq and Syria. In fact, it is the duty of the Church to serve their brothers and sisters around the world. So often we forget, in spite of the ability to be connected … Continue reading Our Duty
Canada’s Liberal government has finally decided to recognize the actions of ISIS against the Yazidis to be genocide, and is now stating it will act with urgency to bring them to Canada. While this is a step in the right direction, they still have not recognized the genocide taking place against Christians, nor offered … Continue reading Letters for Lives Campaign