Category: Advocacy for Persecuted Christians

5 Lessons We Can Learn from St. Patrick about Spiritual Warfare

We can learn much from St. Patrick about spiritual warfare against the cosmic powers over this present darkness.

remembering a valiant defender of human rights

Today is the twelve-year anniversary of the assassination of Pakistan’s State Minister for Religious Minorities, and a brother in Christ, Clement Shahbaz Bhatti. This tribute, originally published in Front Page Magazine days after his March 2, 2011 death, is re-published here in his memory and honor… Continue Reading “remembering a valiant defender of human rights”

KGI Global Advocacy 2022 Highlights

Here are some glimpses into our 2022 accomplishments, thanks to support from those who care about religious freedom at home and abroad!


“Joy to the World” has always been my favorite Christmas carol, even though it’s NOT a Christmas carol. Isaac Watts, known as the inventor of English hymns, wrote it in 1719 as an interpretation of Psalm 96 and 98, about the day the Messiah will come. What better reason to shout joyfully?