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Christian leaders worldwide call on IMF and World Bank to cancel debts of the poorest nations

Nyamuot Joak and her one-year-old daughter Nyayiena Gatkuoth, who has Severe Acute Malnutrition and is being treated at a clinic run by Christian Aid's partner UNIDO, in South Sudan's Unity State.Andreea Campeanu / DECChristian leaders from around the world and across the denominations have made a joint call to the IMF and World Bank to... Read more

‘Christianity Doesnt Belong in China’: Communist Officials Demand Churches Replace Crosses with Nation’s Five-Pointed Star

'Christianity Doesnt Belong in China': Communist Officials Demand Churches Replace Crosses with Nation's Five-Pointed Star Persecution of Christians in China by the Chinese Communist Party has continued to rage on, despite COVID-19 restrictions.Local officials have removed crosses from the rooftops of hundreds of churches, religious liberty magazine Bitter Winter reports.In August, Two Chinese Christian Councils... Read more

Wealthy nations less likely to say belief in God is necessary to be moral

A religious billboard in Manila, the Philippines(Photo: Unsplash/Deb Dowd)People living in wealthy countries are less likely than those in emerging economies to say that belief in God is necessary to be moral.  The Pew Research Center examined attitudes towards God and morality across 34 countries and found that beliefs vary according to economic development.  Overall,... Read more

United Nations says ‘cruel’ conversion therapy should end

(Photo: Unsplash)The United Nations is urging countries to ban so-called "conversion therapy," which involves therapy for those struggling with unwanted same-sex attraction and gender confusion, saying it can amount to "torture" and "cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment."A U.N. report says "conversion therapy" is "an umbrella term to describe interventions of a wide-ranging nature, all of... Read more

Why We Should Never Stop Applauding Our Nation’s Military Families

We should never stop appreciating our military because of what they give and what they give up. For over 30 years my family has lived in the shadow of one of the largest military training bases in the country, Fort Jackson, in Columbia, South Carolina. I've attended church with, lived beside, and educated my children... Read more

The Nation’s Largest Black Pentecostal Denomination Is Being Hit Further Exhausting by COVID-19 | RELEVANT Journal

[ad_1] The Washington Submit is reporting that The Church of God in Christ, which is the most important African American Pentecostal denomination, is taking a very tragic beating from COVID-19. In keeping with the paper’s reporting, no less than a dozen and as many as 30 bishops and outstanding clergy have succumbed to... Read more

Nations in disaster open to the Gospel – Mission Community Information

[ad_1] Worldwide (MNN) In international locations like Venezuela and Sudan, life stays in disaster after current political upheaval. That is true for a lot of different international locations world wide. ButWorld Missionary Press studies that typically, a disaster opens a nation as much as hear the Gospel. Helen Williams from World Missionary Press explains that... Read more

Reaching nations; trying past Kenya to its unreached folks teams – Mission Community Information

[ad_1] Kenya (MNN) Their inhabitants might need the best share of Evangelicals on the planet, however Kenya has many unreached folks teams and common persecution. Altering Our Outlook For World Mission and on-the-ground missionaries, the main target is on these unreached nations of Kenya. I believe each follower of Jesus must have a data of... Read more

Is a missions deal with all of the nations sacrificing discipleship?

[ad_1] Worldwide (MNN) — Final week, The Gospel Coalition revealed an article titled The three Phrases That Modified Missions Strategyand Why We May Be Improper. The three phrases are panta ta ethne which translated imply all of the nations. This phrase was utilized by Jesus when He gave the Nice Fee. A lot of todays... Read more