One year ago today, May 12, 2022, Nigerian Christian university student Deborah Emmanuel was hunted down, tortured, stoned to death, and her body burned.
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Celebrate a Hero of Faith Last Friday, May 14, was the 18th birthday of Nigerian Christian teenager Leah Sharibu. If you have heard Leah’s story, you know that it’s one of a modern Christian martyr. It’s a story of a girl brave and faithful… Continue Reading “free nigerian slaves”
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Set your alarm for 8:38 AM or 8:38 PM (or both!) to pray for persecuted Christians worldwide. Why 8:38? Because of the promise that God gives to those who are being persecuted for His sake in Romans 8: 38-39: For I am sure that… Continue Reading “Join the 8Thirty8 Movement”
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