2011 And Beyond

2011 And Beyond

In April of this year my family and I moved to Thailand so I could be closer to the projects that we have developed in S.E. Asia over the past decade and a half. It is a short flight to most of our programs in Laos, Thailand, Burma, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, and Indonesia. We continue to support hundreds of needy Christians in these nearby countries, and I have been able to more personally coordinate relief aid, visit medical clinics, and...

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A Closer Look At Burma

A Closer Look At Burma

On December 2 the world saw U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton embrace Aung San Suu Kyi at her lakeside home in Burma where the democracy icon spent years under house arrest. Change may be in the wind for Burma, but there is a long way to go. Recently Burma loosened restrictions on dozens of business and crime publications, local media reported yesterday, but kept news titles in the grip of strict censorship rules. A total of 54 journals,...

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Egyptian Christians Turn Out in Record Numbers on Election Days

Egyptian Christians Turn Out in Record Numbers on Election Days

In an effort to stem the tide of growing domination by radical Islamists, thousands of Egyptian Christians showed up to vote during the country’s November 28th and 29th parliamentary elections. Many Christians reportedly voted for the Egyptian Bloc, a coalition of three left-wing, secular parties sponsored by Naguib Sawiris, a Christian entrepreneur and one of the richest men in Egypt. Amid long election lines, elderly Christians waited in...

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On The Frontline : Egypt

On The Frontline : Egypt

Caught in the grip of mounting political conflict, Egypt has quickly become a nation known for growing instability and desperate uncertainty. Unfortunately, like many of its Middle Eastern neighbors, Egypt has also become a land where anti-Christian sentiment is steadily on the rise, in the face of increasing Muslim domination and a trend of suffering and persecution for millions of believers that has become known as the “Christian Winter.” And...

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