Christians Avinash Kumar and Rambali Ram were visiting Pastor Kumar’s home in Ranjitpur village, with two Hindu friends when Hindu neighbors barged into the house and began beating them with steel rods and wooden sticks.
"If one part suffers, all parts suffer with it..."* In my ten years of bringing awareness to the plight of our persecuted brothers and sisters, I have never been so broken-hearted as I am tonight. Because of COVID, there are NOW millions of
International Christian Concern has learned that on October 22, Gou Zhongcan from Early Rain Covenant Church in Sichuan was released and returned home. Gou was detained in March and spent the last seven months in
I'm so confused. On Sunday, September 22, Houston, Texas held “Howdy Modi!” to honor India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi. More than 50,000 people were estimated to attend, including President Trump and many other political and
Christian persecution isn’t just half-way-around-the-world – it’s in our backyard and it’s very troubling. In Chiapas, Mexico our brothers and sisters are suffering greatly for Jesus’ name. Meet Miguel Diaz and his family who came to Christ
I’m excited to report that last week, the U.S. State Department held its second annual Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom in Washington, D.C. They did a great job of raising awareness and advancing solutions to increase
I’m so excited…the Lord is using my book Heirloom Love to radically multiply the number of American Christians who are caring for our persecuted brothers and sisters. Let me share with you one of my favorite stories:
Anusha's Story As we celebrated Jesus’ resurrection, our brothers and sisters in Sri Lanka found themselves crushed under the weight of His cross. Our sister Anusha Kumari is among the survivors who lost everything last