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This Man Smuggles God’s Word into a Place Where Getting Caught with a Bible Is a Death Sentence

WASHINGTON — North Korea is widely known as the most oppressive place on earth for Christians. It’s a place where believers practice their faith in secret. North Koreans cannot even own a Bible or speak the name of Jesus in public. Possessing a Bible could get you 15 years of hard labor in a prison camp, or worse. Vernon Brewer, President of World Help, knows that well. He spends his days smuggling Bibles into the hermit kingdom. Why They Risk Death to Own a Bible “If they get caught with a Bible, it’s a death sentence. Yet they are willing...

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26-Year Hernia Healed!

“I suffered from hernia For 26 years. Sadly, my father died in the process of seeking for solution to my predicament. Also, when I first joined this Commission, I was not stable. However, during one of the services, the Bishop announced that there would be Feet-Washing Service the following Wednesday and enjoined everyone to attend. During the feet-washing service, I heard the testimony of a woman who delivered a baby after being pregnant for three years. So, I got angry in my spirit and was determined to get my healing too. I told God, ‘If you are the One...

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Five Christians Killed, Five Others Missing in Muslim Herdsmen Attacks

Report highlights role of jihad in Benue state violence.   The Rev. Dacholom Datiri of the Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN). (Morning Star News) JOS, Nigeria (Morning Star News) – Five Christians were killed and five others are missing after attacks by Muslim Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria’s Plateau and Benue states in the past two weeks. Two members of the Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN) were killed on Sunday (Nov. 12) in Plateau state’s Wereng village, Riyom Local Government Area (LGA), as they were returning to their village at about 9:30 p.m., area resident Gyang Dahoro, a COCIN elder, told Morning Star News. Christopher Musa Chong, 28, and Bulus Dantoro, 35, were ambushed and shot death, and their corpses cut with machetes, according to Dahoro. “The two did not return to the village on Sunday evening,” Dahoro said. “A search was organized, and their corpses were found in bushes the following morning with bullet wounds and machete cuts.” The Rev. Dacholom Datiri, president of the COCIN, said in a text message to Morning Star News that the church keeps losing its members as Muslim herdsmen have continued to ravage the countryside in a series of armed attacks. “These armed Fulani herdsmen have continued with their attacks, and the church is at the receiving end,” Datiri said. “We have lost our members to these unprovoked attacks. We are on our...

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Fountain Holds Annual Couples Dinner December 3

The countdown has begun. We’ve taken the Annual Couples’ Dinner to another level.   It’s just about 2 weeks away? So, have you gotten a ticket yet? Seriously, won’t you rather EXPERIENCE it, than be told?   To get your tickets please call: 080-5538-8043 or 080-6208-2575 You can’t afford to miss this colourful celebration of Love. See you...

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Family’s Home Quickly Burns to the Ground — but the One Item Left Totally Unscathed is Giving Them Hope

A family in Rockhouse, Kentucky, lost absolutely everything during a horrific fire this week — everything aside from one prized possession: a Bible. The family went out for a doctor appointment and came back to their beloved house engulfed in flames, as oxygen tanks that were inside reportedly helped fuel the fire, according to WYMT-TV. “It just went,” Alisha Clevinger, daughter-in-law of homeowner John Clevinger, told the outlet. “It was gone in no time.” But while the family’s belongings and memories were gone from the home that John Clevinger had kept in his family for more than 100 years, spanning...

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