Monthly Archives: December 2016

Shocking!! A Father sacrifice His Son for Love

What on earth will we call this? Is this truly Love or Madness? In the history of the world there have never been heard anything like this. Are you hearing what my ears is hearing? Today it was reported of a Father who for love send His only Son on exile and on a suicide… Read More »

Pastor Adeboye visit to Ekiti for – Let’s goaa fishing

According to the Nigerian Tribune this morning “The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has admonished state governors in the country to emulate their Ekiti State counterpart, Mr Ayodele Fayose, in standing up for and protecting the interest of their people. Pastor Adeboye stated this in Ado-Ekiti on Saturday… Read More »

No public holiday on Christmas Day in Nepal

After the arrest of four Christians for “violence” and “witchcraft” by a Nepali court as they were sentenced to prison after their prayers led to the miraculous healing of a severely mentally ill woman. According to World Watch Monitor, the initial incident took place in June, when Seti Pariyar, a mentally ill woman, was sent… Read More »

Their hope of returning home becomes farther

My heart melt within me on hearing how homeless our brethren are becoming.. “Now the smoke has gone from the Nineveh Plain, it is clear that Islamic State fighters dealt one final, vicious blow to the Christian population before surrendering its occupied towns: by systematically setting fire to their homes, thousands have become practically uninhabitable.… Read More »

Coach accused for praying with his team

In a world where headline news often covers such difficult topics as violence, crime, war, or terrorism this story might not seem to “fit.” But it’s a very important one to be aware of, in our Nation, under God. A middle school football team’s coach was called out and reprimanded for kneeling along with his… Read More »

Pope celebrates his 80th Birthday with homeless people

According to, Pope Francis celebrated his 80th birthday Saturday by sharing breakfast with eight homeless people inside the Vatican. The pontiff offered guests sweets from his native Argentina during the meal, which also featured pastries, meats, Nutella and orange juice. The birthday breakfast took place in the Vatican dining room. The homeless people —… Read More »

Global Petition Launched for these Christian Pastors

Time is running out for two Christian pastors facing a possible death penalty in Sudan, the American Center for Law and Justice is warning as it launches a global petition asking the world to help save the two men. The Rev. Hassan Abduraheem and Rev. Kuwa Shamal have been arrested, transferred, and re-arrested on multiple… Read More »

Help these persecuted Christians

Faith of our fathers! In the days of the early church, one thing well known is the distribution to persecuted Saints. Ours in this generation should not be different. For over 60 years, Open Doors has worked in the world’s most oppressive countries, empowering Christians who are persecuted for their beliefs through programs like Bible… Read More »

Dozens of Jesus statues destroyed in Germany

A bizarre crime wave is sweeping across Germany, where fifty statues of Christ and other Christian figures have been defaced and smashed to pieces. According to, dozens of Christian statues in the Münster region in west Germany have been destroyed, including one of Jesus Christ which had its head lopped off. Several statues of… Read More »

Islamic group claims responsilibity for bombing a church in Egypt

The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing at a Cairo church on Sunday that killed 25 people , mainly women. In a statement circulated online, it said the bomber had killed and injured 80 people, vowing “to continue war against apostates”. The Egyptian government earlier released footage showing images said to… Read More »