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Churches being closed. 50 years after Gospel planted. Baptism and offerings forbidden.

Updated: Nov 22, 2019

Nov. 21, 2019 | Algeria

Authorities Continue to Close Churches

[3] prayers in [2] nations have been posted for Closed churches.

Authorities shut down three more churches in Algeria last month. On Oct. 16, days after Christians protested the government's crackdown on churches, authorities forcibly removed Light Church worshippers from their building in north-central Algeria and sealed its doors. Read More.

Nov. 21, 2019 | Iran

50 Years Since Seeds for the Gospel Were Planted

[2] prayers in [1] nation have been posted for Gladys Bliss.

In October 1969, American missionaries Mark and Gladys Bliss and their children were traveling to visit believers in northern Iran when their car collided with another vehicle. All three of their children were killed along with the baby son of Haik and Takoush Hovsepian, who were traveling with them. Read More.

Nov. 21, 2019 | China

Baptism and Offering Boxes Forbidden

[2] prayers in [1] nation have been posted for Zhejiang Churches.

A new set of measures adopted in Zhejiang province now forbid changes in location, church growth, adjustment of service times and offering boxes. Local officials now control a church's number of attendees, service times and types of activities, and churches must have a supervision team. Read More

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