8/19/14 Prayer Requests:

Pray for Christians in the village of Awlad Baheeg, Egypt. Following the renaming of a local school from Sheikh Yousself School to The Martyr Boutros Saber Issa Botros School there has been a great deal of violence from the local Muslims. The name change was ordered by Provincial Governor Major General Mahmoud Ateeq to honor a Christian Egyptian border guard killed in the July 19, 2014 Al-Farafra terrorist attack. Pray for the Christian...

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8/12/14 Prayer Requests:

Iraq. Continue vigilantly in prayer for the extremely endangered Christian community in Iraq. As refuge after refuge falls to the Islamic State, and Christian men, women, and children are forced to flee on foot without food, water, or even a safe location to head towards—pray that God will deliver them; that God will provide for their physical needs; and that their Christian witness will impact their oppressors and bring glory to God....

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8/5/14 Prayer Reminder:

Church Burnings and Property Vandalizing: A tragically regular occurrence for Christians in Egypt We have received word from our contact in Egypt of several particular incidents that happened just last month: Members of a certain Islamic extremist group in Egypt had been terrorizing Christians in the Beni Suef area by writing offensive language on the walls of their churches and hanging vulgar banners on their homes.  This same Islamic group...

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7/22/14 Prayer Requests:

Pray for our blind co-worker in Bangladesh, Al-Amin. With the support of CFI, Al-Amin has achieved his certification to practice law in that country, and is trying to establish a center to help other disabled Christians with their legal problems caused by religious persecution. Please pray for Iraqi Christians. The last 150 Christian families have been driven out of Mosul; their homes marked to be confiscated by ISIL with the letter ‘N’ for...

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5/8/14 Prayer Requests

Pray for 27 year old Meriam Yahia Ibrahim in Sudan—a pregnant mother facing the death penalty for her faith. Although Meriam was raised a Christian, she is automatically considered a Muslim by the government of Sudan under Shari’ah law. Meriam is a university graduate and practicing MD. She married her husband, Daniel, a Christian from South Sudan, which for a Muslim is an offence punishable by 100 lashes and death respectively. On March 4...

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