China Crackdowns on Missionaries

China Crackdowns on Missionaries

China expels dozens of South Korean Missionaries As relations sour over Seoul’s planned U.S. missile defense system, Beijing has expelled dozens of South Korean missionaries working in northeast China, Christian activists report. Around 170 South Koreans, including 70 missionaries and their family members, many of whom were working with North Korean refugees in the province of Jilin bordering North Korea were expelled between January 10 and...

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What Do We Know about Refugees?

What Do We Know about Refugees?

“There is strong evidence that many Muslims hold views that clash with Western norms.” By CFI Field Staff FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA — What do we know about the religious and political beliefs of refugees and asylum seekers who have entered the United States these past eight years? The U.S. takes more than twice as many refugees as all countries from the rest of the industrialized world combined. But for leftist activists, the number of...

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Trump Administration Gives Hope to Persecuted Christians

Trump Administration Gives Hope to Persecuted Christians

“…persecuted Christians will finally be considered for resettlement…” FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA — Christian Freedom International supports President Trump’s executive order regarding refugee resettlement. The order mandates the suspension of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program for 120 days, while the secretaries of State and Homeland Security review the program’s application and adjudication process and determine whether additional measures...

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Mission to India

Mission to India

Strategic New Mission Center in India to Begin Operations The Christian Freedom International Mission Center construction nearly complete in Odisha, India. The CFI Mission Center will serve as a strategic support facility for indigenous pastors, missionaries, teachers, Christian IDPs (internally displaced persons, or refugees) and vocational training. The Center, located near a leprosy colony, will also provide crucial aid and medicine to men,...

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Bomb Blast in a Coptic Church in Cairo Kills 25 & Injures More Than 60.

Bomb Blast in a Coptic Church in Cairo Kills 25 & Injures More Than 60.

A CALL TO PRAYER: On Sunday morning, December 11, at about 9:50 am, a bomb containing about 12 kg of the explosive TNT had detonated in St Peter and St Paul Coptic Orthodox church which was built in 1900 adjoining St. Mark’s Cathedral in Abbasiya district of Cairo city. The blast took place during the Sunday morning mass in the church while it was about to end, amid the rear pews on the right side of the church. The bomb blast resulted in...

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