Source: St. Paul Center via YouTube Dr. John Bergsma, author of “Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls”, reflects on the mass readings for November 25, 2020. If you have any further questions about this or any topic, feel free to leave them in the comment section below! Revelation 15:1-4Psalm 98Luke…
Source: Open Doors USA via Vimeo Even after all she’s been through, Sozan still follows Jesus in Syria. Hear her story and her passion for Christ. Header image: Open Doors USA via Vimeo
In January 1982, Marina Nemat, then just sixteen years old, was arrested, tortured, and sentenced to death for political crimes. Until then, her life in Tehran had centered around school, summer parties at the lake, and her crush on Andre, the young man she had met at church. But when math and history were subordinated to the study of the Koran and political propaganda..
In the wake of an Associated Press-Jamestown Foundation report regarding mass sterilisations, forced abortions and brutal control of the Uyghur population in Xinjiang (see my earlier article), it is necessary to revisit the most brutal episodes of China’s one child policy to understand why and how it can now carry out this demographic genocide in Xinjiang with such ruthless efficiency.
Homily by Fr. James Altman, on the persecution of Christians, holy saints, the apostles, and why so many clergy even today do not speak out against the injustices they see happening.
Source: OpenDoorsUSA on Vimeo Each year, Open Doors releases the World Watch List, an annual look at the 50 places where following Jesus costs the most. This year, join David Curry as he takes into the story behind some of the numbers, and looks how pressure changes the Church. Join…