Rafael, a prisoner, continues to be persecuted for his faith in his country, yet he still preaches God’s Word regularly within prison walls.
Placed in solitary confinement and hung by his arms for days, prisoner Rafael still chose to praise God while alone in a dark room.
A terrorist bomb in Pakistan targeted a Christian group meeting in a pubic park on Easter Sunday in Lahore. Wesleyan churches with 25,000 constituents in Pakistan face a challenging climate.
Jo Anne Lyon examines the important role churches play in emergency response efforts worldwide. These efforts have been illustrated most recently following Nepal’s devastating earthquake.
Superintendent Pastor Tlang requests prayer for Manipur, India. Widespread violence, public strikes, and curfews are devastating peoples’ lives, including many Wesleyans.
The National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) grieves the loss of lives in Kenya, where gunmen targeted Christians and killed nearly 150 students at Garissa University College on April 2.
Do you wear a cross around your neck? Whether you do or not, what does the cross mean to you? For some “people of the cross,” it is a matter of life and death.
Jo Anne Lyon calls Wesleyans to pray for Egyptian Christians following the cold, concentrated murders of 21 fellow believers by terrorist group, ISIS.