Islamic State drove them out of their villages and abused them for their faith in Jesus, but some Christians are returning to places like Queregosh and replacing the crosses ISIS destroyed.
Charmaine HeddingJune 19, 2017
As word spread that 28 Coptic Christians were killed by terrorists, ambushed on their way to a church retreat in Upper Egypt, it was a little while before the realization hit: I was on a church retreat in the Delta.
Jayson CasperJune 1, 2017
Today the Hudson Institute and Providence co-hosted a panel discussion focused on the ongoing crisis in Syria and how America’s interests and moral considerations interact.
The EditorsMarch 10, 2017
Amidst global convulsions, one affected group remains relatively powerless and largely ignored: Middle Eastern Christians.
Ian SpeirJanuary 6, 2017
No one who reads They Say We Are Infidels by World Magazine editor Mindy Belz should ever doubt Christians are victims of ISIS genocide.
November 21, 2016
The spread of Christianity in Korea and the city of Pyongyang, described in Part I, and the rise of Korean…
Robert S. KimOctober 6, 2016
There is little incentive in this world for a North Korean to choose to follow Jesus. Yet 300,000 of them do so, and every last one lives dangerously close to martyrdom.
Ray CavanaughJune 13, 2016
Juliana Taimoorazy gave an impromptu speech that painted a human picture of Assyria for those in the audience.
Juliana TaimoorazyApril 13, 2016
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