Monthly Archives: August 2013
AN Iranian convert from Islam to Christianity has been sentenced to a decade in prison for proselytizing, the Christian news network Agenzia Fides reports. The man, Mohammed-Hadi “Mostafa” Bordbar, was officially charged with “crimes against state security.”
“We’re actively looking at the various legal angles that would inform a decision,” said an official who spoke about the presidential deliberations on the condition of anonymity. Missile-armed U.S. warships are already positioned in the Mediterranean.
MANY people were touched by the story CBN News covered of baby Adam, who was born with severe deformities. Thanks to the love of total strangers, he has been given a second chance.
According to Teresa Neumann of Breaking Christian News, the first 6,000 copies of the New Testament and Psalms were installed this month in rooms of Izmailovo, one of the largest hotels in Moscow.
Sister Luz’s husband died when she was 35, which left her to raise four children by herself. When a prolonged and serious illness brought her to death’s doorstep, Jesus – the Master Surgeon – touched her life and changed her forever.
Saudi Arabia has been on the US State Department's Country of Particular Concern (CPC) list since 2004. Countries on the list can be subject to economic sanctions but the WEA states in a new report that these have been waived in the case of Saudi Arabia since 2006.
HOSNI Mubarak, the former Egyptian president overthrown in an uprising in 2011, will be released from jail soon after a prosecutor cleared him in a corruption case, his lawyer and a judicial source said on Monday.
ALTHOUGH women's participation rate in Iranian society is highly limited due to traditional Islamic beliefs, there are also women who grasp every opportunity to take social, financial and political roles in an endeavor to revive their fundamental rights.
NBC’s America’s Got Talent hasn’t finished its quarterfinals yet, but awaiting the remaining semifinalists is Forte, a tenor trio with a typical story for the show. And that, of course, means it’s not typical at all, especially since it involves church liturgy on national TV.
It’s very true that when you have a little talk with Jesus, it always makes things right. But, what we need to find out is if our talk (our prayer that is) is right. Is there a right way to pray? Is there a right time to pray?