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Persecuted, threatened. 9 detained after Thanksgiving celebration. Ministry struggles financially.

Dec. 08, 2022 | Congo, Democratic Republic of the Christians Poisoned, Threatened [3] prayers in [1] nation have been posted for Luuando Yombo. Luuando Yombo's husband was an elder in their church in the Ubwari Peninsula in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Her mother and brother also served at the church in an area with a large Muslim population. In 2021, Muslim neighbors provided food for church members. After eating the food, the church members grew ill and believed the food had been intentionally poisoned. Read More.

  • Dec. 08, 2022 | India Nine Christians Detained for Attending Thanksgiving Service [4] prayers in [1] nation have been posted for Christians in Legal Trouble. A group of believers met for a service of thanksgiving after a significant healing, some of them traveling more than 200 kilometers [124 miles] to attend the service in Madhya Pradesh. Local members of a Hindu radical group noticed the assembly. Read More.

  • Dec. 08, 2022 | Lebanon Economic Crisis Impacts Ministry Efforts [3] prayers in [1] nation have been posted for Front-line workers. In August 2020, a massive fertilizer explosion in Lebanon's capital, Beirut, killed more than 200 people, rendered 300,000 homeless, and caused 15 billion dollars in damage. In 2019, the government defaulted on its debt and many banks collapsed; today, utilities are regularly cut off and rents are rising. Read More.


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