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08/28/2017 – My country is Nigeria and it stands in need of revival. God has blessed us immensely and we have been very selfish and sinful and have not shared the gospel of grace as we should. We know that God reached out to us calling us to repentance but

The Catholic Bishops’ Honeymoon with Trump is Over

Although many evangelical ministers warmly embraced Donald Trump as the Republican Party presidential candidate, the U.S. Catholic bishops never publicly endorsed him. They did express strong support for some of his positions — for example, his opposition to abortion and his support for religious freedom. That, together with their negative

Father Mbaka Visits London For “When Power Changees Hand” Crusade

Father Mbaka Storms London For “When Power Changes Hand” (Photos, Video) Popular priest Father Mbaka was in UK for a crusade. He preached on the topic titled ‘When Power Changes’ hand.As usual,the sincere priest who always believes that his power comes from the Blessed Sacrament was pictured preaching the world of

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08/27/2017 – I read about a man who was beaten until he was half-conscience by the military police in a Communist country for being a worshiper of Jesus Christ. He was ask by them did it hurt. He replied, “It burned yes, it burned, but it was nothing to the

Egypt Closes One Church, Blocks Worship at Another

Authorities have closed a church that serves three villages in Upper Egypt on the pretext that area Muslims object to it – one of at least 15 Christian worship sites shuttered in the bishopric of Minya, sources said. Coptic Orthodox Bishop of Minya Anba Makarios spent weeks appealing to security officials

More Than 3,000 Catholic Men Pray for Nigeria

Over three thousand catholic men from the Lagos Archdiocese gathered at St. Gregory College South West, Ikoyi from August 10th-13th for four days to seek the face of God regarding the situation of Nigeria and its well-being. With the theme of the convention tagged, 'The master is here waiting for

Nigerian Bishops Demand Cash for Extremist Damage

Bishops in north-west Nigeria are demanding compensation from the government for churches destroyed by Islamic militants. Speaking during a plenary session, Bishop Mathew Ndagaso, spokesman for the Catholic bishops of Kaduna Ecclesiastical province, said: "In the past six years, insurgents have attacked churches and other Christian places in the north, but

Hindu Leaders Blame Nepal’s Church Growth on Greed

The former Hindu monarchy of Nepal boasts one of the fastest growing Christian populations. Hindu critics claim money and greed are driving the growth, but Christians say the country’s caste system makes Christ’s message of equality especially appealing. Hindu shaman Purna Bahadur Praja told The Guardian that people in the

Boko Haram Attacks Cameroon

After a period of relative calm, the Far North region of Cameroon, along the Nigerian border, has witnessed an upsurge of attacks by Boko Haram in recent days. On 17 Aug, a church elder was killed in a night raid carried out by the radical Islamist group on Moskota village. Adamu Nguda,

Indian President Praises Church’s Assistance to the Poor

The new President and vice-president of India on Thursday, during a visit with a group of bishops, lauded the church’s work in the spiritual development and assistance to the poor. President Ram Nath Kovind, elected at the end of July, told the bishops Aug. 24 that he appreciated, in particular, the