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Protests threaten Christians. Witness leads to job loss. Pastor murdered by Islamists.

Jul. 27, 2023 | Pakistan

  • Protests Threaten Christians Across the Country [10] prayers in [1] nation have been posted for Haroon Shahzad. After a June 28 incident in Sweden in which pages from the Quran were publicly burned, protests have swept across Pakistan. The prime minister urged the organization of large rallies and convened a joint parliamentary session on July 7 to protest the burning. During these rallies, angry protesters desecrated crosses and insulted Christianity. Christians across the country are bracing for attacks. Read more.

  • Jul. 27, 2023 | Laos Teacher's Faithful Witness Leads to Job Loss [9] prayers in [1] nation have been posted for Nyok. Nyok has taught for 14 years, serving the last six years as director of her village's elementary school. A jealous coworker cursed Nyok, and she began to experience pain. When she prayed to accept Christ, the pain disappeared. Word spread at school that she was a Christian, and Nyok was warned by her administrators, the district education director and the Ministry of Education that, because her job is a government position, she could not follow a "western" religion. Nyok shared her testimony and refused to renounce her faith in Christ. Read More.

  • Jul. 27, 2023 | Burkina Faso Pastor Murdered by Islamist Extremists [10] prayers in [1] nation have been posted for Pastor Hamidou. Hamidou felt the call of God to spread the gospel. So he left the safety of his home in Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso, to take the gospel to the northern part of his nation. Though radical Islamists are active in that region, he moved there with his family and planted a church. Read More.

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