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Is Hindu nationalism behind crackdown on India’s Christians?

CHRISTIAN minorities in central India face a new threat as Hindu extremists in more than a dozen village councils have passed restrictions on religions other than Hinduism.

India warships off Japan show rising lure as China counterweight

JAPAN'S Sasebo naval base this month saw unusual variety in vessel traffic that’s typically dominated by Japanese and U.S. warships. An Indian frigate and destroyer docked en route to joint exercises in the western Pacific.

North Korea dismisses as farce US international religions freedom report

NORTH Korea has dismissed as “a farce” the US State Department’s annual report on the freedom of belief in the world, the North’s official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said on Thursday.

My brother, Prakash Yesudian

I am two years older to him. We were born and brought up in the tea estates of Munnar and Valparai. In those days, transport and schooling were tough. We had to trudge long distances to reach the school at Valparai drenched in heavy rains through intercepting hills, valleys, rivers and rocks.

Sister Sarah Navaroji enters heavenly rest

SISTER Sarah Navaroji (aka Saral Navaroji in Tamil), the woman who penned countless Christian songs praising the virtues of Lord Jesus Christ, entered heavenly rest today (July 22). She was 76.

Evangelist Prakash Yesudian enters glory

EVANGELIST Prakash Yesudian is no more. The fiery and gifted evangelist and author entered heavenly rest in the early hours of today (July 22).

Missionary’s work seen yielding fruit 84 years after his death

BASED on his previous research, Ramsey thought the Yansi in this remote area might have some exposure to the name of Jesus, but no real understanding of who He is. They were unprepared for their remarkable find.

What Ramadan means to me now that I’m a Christian

We called it “The Month of Blessing,” and I still remember the butterflies in my stomach as the days approached. Yes, we fasted during the month of Ramadan, but it was not the fasting itself that I looked forward to.

Gunmen kill at least 29 in latest raids on Kenyan coast

GUNMEN killed at least 29 people in raids on two coastal areas of Kenya, the latest in a series of attacks claimed by Somali Islamists who have vowed to drive Kenyan forces out of Somalia, although police cast doubt on their role.

Billy Graham’s daughter says the end is near, calls for prayer

EVANGELIST Anne Graham Lotz is calling for Christians to pray and fast in an "Urgent Call to Prayer". Lotz said in a letter to Christian...
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Be a compassionate Christian

We need to show the heart of Jesus and to be compassionate to others. Today in prayer, thank Christ for His compassion toward you and seek to show His love to others.

Be thankful in all things

Be an overcomer!

Be patient

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