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Patrick Sookhdeo discusses plight of converts under Islam’s apostasy law on radio 

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Barnabas Fund’s International Director, Dr Patrick Sookhdeo, took part in a controversial discussion about Islam’s apostasy law on Premier Christian Radio’s Unbelievable programme on Saturday. This law prescribes the death penalty for Muslim converts who choose to leave Islam for another religion.

 
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Beyond My Comfort Zone

Song and audio slideshow to accompany Suffering Church Sunday 2011.

 
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Rebuilding Christian Lives in South Asia

Thousands of Christians in three South Asian countries have lost their homes. Living in squalid conditions, without proper homes or places to worship...

 
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Assisting Christianity Teaching in Schools (ACTS)

Operation Nehemiah is calling upon churches in the UK to support local schools.

 
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Christian Communities Devastated

Some of the aftermath of the violence after the re-election of President Goodluck Jonathan.

 
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    • Continue to pray for church leaders in Christian-majority Burundi that they may have wisdom in responding to the unfamiliar situation of political restriction by their own government. A new law passed in August requires each church to have at least 500 members and a proper building; congregations were given a year to comply. Pray that religious liberty will be maintained in Burundi, both for Christians and for the small minorities who follow other religions. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed 20 hours ago

    • Heavenly Father, we pray to you for our Christian brothers and sisters in north-eastern Nigeria, who are so vulnerable in the face of attacks by Boko Haram militants. We remember especially those who used to live in Shani, in Borno state, until their town was raided by Boko Haram on 29 November. We cry out to You to intervene and bring an end to the murderous attacks by Boko Haram. We pray for all the thousands of Nigerian Christians who have suffered in similar attacks that they will not lose hope or faith in You, but will know Your peace which passes understanding. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Tue, Dec 2014 00:00

    • “If they persecuted me, they will persecute you also,” said the Lord Jesus. (John 15:20). Let us not forget our brothers and sisters who suffer daily because of their faithfulness to Christ and help them with our prayers (Philippians 1:19). Pray that they may take comfort in the words of the Lord Jesus, knowing that He understands what they are enduring for His Name. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Mon, Dec 2014 00:00

    • The substantial Armenian Christian population of Syria are mostly descendants of Armenians who fled to Syria to escape from the Armenian Genocide, which peaked in 1915. The attacks of Islamist groups in Syria, which they now face, seem to them like another genocide. But praise God for their courage and determination. When the mainly Armenian town of Kessab and its surrounding villages were attacked the inhabitants fled for safety to Latakia. After the Syrian army had liberated Kessab, the Armenian families began to return to their homes, even though there was no electricity or water and they had to go back to Latakia every night to sleep. Elsewhere, when the situation in Homs stabilised, an Armenian congregation wanted to repair their church building first, but their church leader urged them to focus on making their homes habitable again. Pray that they may remain strong in the Lord. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Sun, Dec 2014 00:00

    • In Syria, the Battle for Aleppo has been raging since 2012, and its people have suffered dreadfully in the neighbourhoods that have been besieged and shelled for long periods. For some time it was the Syrian army against the rebels, but this summer ISIS militants also got involved and seized a number of villages around Aleppo from the rebel forces and yet were repelled from Aleppo itself by the army. Please pray for the Christians and all other innocent civilians in Aleppo, whether in rebel-held areas or government-held areas, who have suffered appalling deprivation and trauma for a very long time. Pray that Christians will be salt and light in this terrible situation. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Sat, Dec 2014 00:00

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