For the 16th year in a row, North Korea tops the list of 50 countries ranked for the worst persecution of Christians in the world, according to the Christian watchdog organization Open Doors USA.
Ministry among the Dalits is one of the defining issues for the 21st Century Church, despite being a very complex one. The centuries-long oppression of these peoples is being made right, and Christians are at the forefront of such efforts. While the opportunity remains to reach up to 300 million with the gospel through
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference living one day at a time, accepting hardships as a pathway to peace, taking, as Jesus did, this sinful world as it is, not as I would have it, trusting that You will make all things
With the heart to aim breakthrough till Pentecost, YEF Southeast Asia is holding weekly prayer meeting together for the region.
AM UCSD is praying to welcome more students to the fellowship by Pentecost and into June and prepare so that they may grow in faith in Jesus Christ and to live for
Elim Center in Korea recently gathered hundreds of members for intercessory prayer to unite hearts for starting a spiritual revival in the nation. The center is praying so that the Olivet community in Korea, which includes its churches and ministries, can experience revival in the name of Jesus Christ and reach
World churches began Passion Week. The last week before Easter was distinguished from the early history of Christianity with the names of "Holy Week", "Great Week" or "Passion Week."
Elim Center International's Pastor Zechariah Lim gave a lecture on "Spiritual Warfare" on in Dover, NY on March 20 as described in Ephesians 6:12, which states: For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the
Revival Church held the first ever overnight prayer at their new home in Ndola, and people poured into the meeting to praise, worship and pray and express their gratitude to God for His goodness. The Church reached full capacity and others joined the prayer from outside the Church.
Both the need and potential of Africa mission is almost beyond comprehension. How should we as Christians respond to this? As Oswald Chambers said: "We tend to use prayer as a last resort, but God wants it to be our first line of defense. We pray when there's nothing else we can do, but God wants us to pray before we