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Church family prays for missionary
An Arizona church is holding prayer vigils for Robert Park, a Korean-American missionary who is believed to be under arrest in North Korea.
Study finds religious restrictions in nearly a third of all countries
A new report has found that nearly a third of the world's countries have stiff restrictions on religious practice, either because of government policies and laws or hostile acts by individuals or groups.
North Korea tightens up, Christians called to action
A plea for prayer is being made for Christians in North Korea as sources inside the communist nation have told Open Doors USA that the situation for Christians and all residents is dire in the closed country.
Fast-growing Christian churches crushed in China
Members of a Chinese megachurch say it has been closed by police and hired thugs who smashed doors, seized Bibles, and sent dozens of worshippers to hospitals with serious injuries.
Chinese church leader faces 15-year prison sentence
A house church leader in China has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
E-mails release Chinese prisoner
A church leader has been released from prison by communist authorities, but another believer is still incarcerated.
Freedom comes after standing strong
Two Christian women have been released from an Iranian prison after being held captive for roughly nine months.
Russia - pastors fined for service
Two pastors in Russia were recently fined for holding a worship service in public.
Expulsion of Chinese Christian reversed
A high school student in China, expelled because of his Christian faith, has now been allowed to return to school.
Homeland effort battles overseas persecution
Two Christian women are jailed in Iran, reportedly because they will not deny their faith in Christ.
Indonesian students view persecution as training
Nearly a thousand Bible school students in Indonesia are facing eviction by government officials.
Chinese human-rights activist lauded
The story of a Chinese Christian who has raised awareness of human-rights abuses in communist China is being heard in America.
U.N. resolution harmful to religious minorities
Christians are being encouraged to sign an online petition against a proposed United Nations resolution that some say would increase persecution against believers.
'Later, Dalai' - the wrong approach
A spokesperson with an organization that raises awareness of human-rights abuses in China says President Obama's decision not to meet with the Dalai Lama is nothing more than a move to appease the communist superpower.
China - 60 years of persecution and enmity
As China celebrates 60 years of communist rule, house church leaders in that country are facing an increase in persecution. Meanwhile, Pastor Chuck Baldwin says Americans need to remember the number 70-million as China observes its 60th anniversary.
Don't ignore Christian persecution in Iran
One ministry doesn't want Christians in Iran to be overlooked, as media attention is focused on that country's president and his address to the United Nations.
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