Tag: Christian persecution

Can I give you some advice?

[notice] A fortnightly column by Anna Heydenrych[/notice] “Listen to advice and accept instruction, and in the end you will be wise.” Proverbs 19 verse 20. My husband likes to teach me things.  For instance, I could be minding my own business, slaving over the hot stove while cooking him a […]

Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani’s attorney to be jailed

Originally published in Worthy News Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani’s Iranian attorney has been convicted of defending the rights of religious prisoners in the Islamic state and may soon begin serving a lengthy sentence. Mohammad Ali Dadkhah was sentenced to nine years in prison and banned from practicing law for another 10. […]

Christians in Syria in danger, misunderstood

[notice]Christians in Syria are under attack by Islamists and many have fled as the complex and bloody conflict between rebels and the Assad regime continues. In this special report by the World Evangelical Alliance Religious Liberty Commission (WEA-RLC) , researcher Fernando Perez sheds some light on the difficulties faced by […]

China plans to eradicate house churches

By Sarah Page — Compass Direct News DUBLIN – China’s government is engaged in a three-phase campaign to eradicate Protestant house churches, according to a statement released Friday (April 20) by the China Aid Association (CAA). The government’s strategy was clearly outlined in a document released last September during a […]