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‘War Room’s’ Pricilla Shire on the Power of Prayer

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‘War Room’s’ Pricilla Shire on the Power of Prayer

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Priscilla Shirer, star of the faith-based movie "War Room," spoke with CBN's Efrem Graham about the film, faith, and the real-life power of prayer.

Trump to Pastors: ‘Christians Have Been Silenced Like a Child’

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Trump to Pastors: ‘Christians Have Been Silenced Like a Child’

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Trump to Pastors: 'Christians Have Been Silenced Like a Child'

Made in Israel – Technology

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Made in Israel – Technology

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Gordon Robertson looks at many of the things we use every day that had their start in Israel.

Brody File Exclusive: President Trump Says Persecuted Christians Will Be Given Priority As Refugees

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Brody File Exclusive: President Trump Says Persecuted Christians Will Be Given Priority As Refugees

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Brody File Exclusive: President Trump Says Persecuted Christians Will Be Given Priority As Refugees

Jack Van Impe Presents — September 23, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — September 23, 2017

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This week’s headline: • Peace and Safety…

Christian World News • April 17, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News • April 17, 2014 • By FEBC

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Jack Van Impe Presents — September 9, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — September 9, 2017

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This week's headline Evil men...

Jack Van Impe Presents — September 2, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — September 2, 2017

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This week’s headline: • Hurricane Harvey…

Glen Campbell’s Brave Goodbye

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Glen Campbell’s Brave Goodbye

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Kim Campbell shares about the new movie, “I’ll Be Me,” which chronicles the farewell tour of her husband Glen Campbell.

‘Why Is the West Silent?’ ISIS Captives Cry for Help

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‘Why Is the West Silent?’ ISIS Captives Cry for Help

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'Why Is the West Silent?' ISIS Captives Cry for Help

700 Club Interactive: Heaven is for Real – April 16, 2014

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700 Club Interactive: Heaven is for Real – April 16, 2014

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Hear the making behind the movie "Heaven is for Real," as the Burpo family and director Randal Wallace share what it was like taking their life to the big screen.

Jack Van Impe Presents — August 26, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — August 26, 2017

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This week's headline: Signs In The Sun, Moon, And Stars

Is Christian Persecution Reaching Biblical Proportions?

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Is Christian Persecution Reaching Biblical Proportions?

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Gordon Robertson and evangelist Franklin Graham discuss the rise of Christian persecution around the globe.

UPDATE   FROM Jack Van Impe

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UPDATE FROM Jack Van Impe

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IN ORDER TO REACH AND INFORM AS MANY PEOPLE IN THE WORLD AS POSSIBLE WITH THE TRUTH. WE REPORT YOU DECIDE WHAT TO DO WITH THE INFORMATION AND PLEASE TAKE NOTICE AND READ. IF We Air a Video from someone else, IT...

Jack Van Impe Presents — July 8, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — July 8, 2017

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This week’s headline • Taking over America…

Hal Lindsey Report (1.02.15)

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Hal Lindsey Report (1.02.15)

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Christian World News • June 13, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News • June 13, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News http://goo.gl/f3BkKL FEBC Radio Tower Suffers Severe Damage: Explosions have rocked the hillside by FEBC's Eastern Ukrainian radio tower. All radio transmissions have been suspended due to damage sustained from increased fighting between the Ukrainian central government and pro-Russian separatists. Despite the election of a new president, fighting continues. Hundreds of people have died and thousands have been evacuated. FEBC workers in Eastern Ukraine have been helping evacuate families who adopted children in that area. A church that FEBC partners with is now a battleground of death and destruction every since it was taken over by rebels. The Ukraine director of FEBC is safe, but tensions remain high. While this station is currently offline due to damage, FEBC is still broadcasting in other parts of the Ukraine. Nigeria Listed Number One in Violence Against Christians: Since November of 2012, Nigeria has been listed as the most violent country for Christians to live in. After continuing attacks on Christians by the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram, Nigeria has topped Open Door's Top 10 Violence List. Events such as Boko Haram's kidnapping of 276 Nigerian schoolgirls and countless murders of Christians have put it at the top of that list. A total of 2,073 Christians were killed between November 1st, 2012 and March 31, 2014 in Nigeria, which is about half of the total number of Christians killed worldwide during that time. Other countries considered dangerous places for Christians include Syria, Mexico, India, Colombia, Pakistan, Kenya and Iraq. Satellite Church Trains Pastors in Middle East: In the Middle East, Christians attend churches that are under constant threat by the government and are often shut down with little notice. A satellite television ministry, SAT-7, is working on addressing the problem with its own unique solution. TEACH, or Theological Education for Arab Christians at Home, aims to train up pastors who have no seminaries to attend. Potential pastors can tune into the programs from home and learn all they need to know to teach a congregation. The goal of the program is to raise up pastors who can launch house churches for minority Christians to attend. Gunman Kills and Injures Students Before Christian Bystander Disarms Him: Last Thursday a gunman, identified as Aaron Ybarra, opened fire at Seattle Pacific University, an Evangelical Christian college, killing one and injuring two others. The school was on lockdown for two hours, at a time when many students were taking final exams, just two days before the semester ended. Ybarra confessed to wanting to kill many more people and had an additional 50 shotgun shells and a hunting knife on him. Seattle police explained that a student monitor, Jon Meis, disarmed the gunman with pepper spray and tackling him to the ground, just as the gunman was reloading his gun. A 19 year old victim, Paul Lee, was pronounced dead after being taken to the hospital. One of the victims is in serious condition while the other has been released from the hospital. Chinese Government Launches Campaign to Tear Down Crosses: Many of the crosses that dot the landscape of Wenzhou, China, are being torn down by the Chinese government. Photos reveal cranes lifting crosses off roofs, part of a widespread effort by the government to limit the spread of Christian influence. The Chinese government insists that the buildings where many of the crosses have been removed are in violation of zoning regulations. Mega churches in other parts of the country are being demolished even before construction is completed.

Christian World News • May 29, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News • May 29, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News http://goo.gl/x9UUNy Nigerian Militant Group Boko Haram Attacks Three Villages: A Nigerian militant group Boko Haram attacked three villages in Nigeria last week. Forty-eight people were killed in the attacks. These deaths are part of continued attacks by the group. Boko Haram hopes to create an Islamic republic in the Northern Region of Nigeria. Christians have been targeted in the north for some time. The group's name means 'western education is forbidden,' which is a reference to their adherence to Sharia law. The law dictates that women are not allowed to attend school. Since 2009, schools, buses and Christian churches have been attacked by the group. Serbian Radio Station Spreads Christian Messages: Heavy rains have caused floods in the Balkan region of Eastern Europe, especially in Bosnia and Serbia. A local Serbian Christian radio station was spurred into action, broadcasting information regarding the disaster in an effort to provide practical advice about the crisis. IKONOS is working on a contingency for long-term broadcasts ensuring that encouraging, Christ-centered messages will reach those affected by the flooding. It's estimated that over 1 million people have been affected. Twenty-four thousand people have been evacuated from Serbia, and thirty thousand citizens in Bosnia are displaced. Christian Numbers Continue to Grow in Iran: In Iran, the number of citizens who claim to be Christians is rising. The Christian group, Open Doors, estimates that there are approximately three hundred and seventy thousand Christian converts. But Christians still comprise less than 1% of the 76 million people living in Iran. Christians living in Iran who have converted from Islam face persecution, which could result in death. Christians however, continue evangelizing despite the severe punishment. Iranian Christians continue to meet in secret in order to avoid being imprisoned for their beliefs. 33 North Koreans Sentenced to Death: North korean leader Kim Jong-un ordered thirty-three Christians with connections to Kim Jung-Wook to be put to death .Kim Jung-wook is a Baptist missionary who has been imprisoned since October for planting 500 underground churches in North Korea. The sentencing of the thirty-three Christians came in early May. These executions have become part of what Kim Jong-un has described as ridding his country of "unclean elements." It is unclear when the thirty-three Christians will be executed. Pregnant Sudanese Woman Stands Up for Christian Faith: A pregnant Sudanese woman has been sentenced to death for refusing to renounce her Christian faith. The woman, Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, is accused of renouncing her Islamic faith. She was accused of converting from Islam to Christianity when she married her Christian husband. She insisted that she was raised in a Christian home. After being accused of apostasy, Ibrahim was given the chance to recant Christianity in front of the court, but instead, she embraced it claiming, "I am a Christian and I will remain a Christian." The court sentenced her to death by hanging. She has also been sentenced to receive 100 lashes.

Hal Lindsey Report (11.22.14)

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Hal Lindsey Report (11.22.14)

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Jack Van Impe Presents — October 14, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — October 14, 2017

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This week’s headlines: • Israel: Perilous Times…

Jack Van Impe Presents July 30, 2016

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Jack Van Impe Presents July 30, 2016

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This week’s headlines: • You don’t neutralize terror – you crush it… • Where the rubble speaks… • Brexit quake reaches the United States…

Christian World News • June 26, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News • June 26, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News http://goo.gl/AsvPKc Reports show new statistics on refugees around the world: On World Heritage Day on June 20th, the U.N. issued a report stating that fifty million people are refugees, asylum seekers or are displaced from their countries. This is a dramatic increase from 2012, when only forty-five million people were reported. Some of the numbers come from long-standing conflicts in countries in the Middle East and North Africa. But, the main reason for the increase comes from the Syrian civil war. The civil war in Syria created two point five million refugees and displaced another six point five million people in Syria. Thousands of Christians evacuate Mosul, Iraq: Mosul, the largest city in Iraq with one point eight million people, fell to ISIS militants in early June. Much of Northern Iraq had already been overtaken by Sunni militants at the time. Reports show that one million Iraqis are now refugees, many of whom are Christians. The city of Mosul is considered one of the largest Christian strongholds in Iraq, but since the take over, thousands of Christians have been forced to flee. ISIS hopes to make being a Christian both illegal and life-threatening. Sudanese woman sentenced to death released and recaptured: The Sudanese woman that was sentenced to death by hanging for converting from Islam to Christianity was freed on monday after defense lawyers presented their case. The court cancelled the death sentence and released Meriam Ibrahim from prison. As Ibrahim and her husband were at the airport getting ready to leave the country, they were detained and taken to a facility used by Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Service. It is unclear why they were detained and when they will be released. Christians massacred in coastal town in Kenya: Christians in a coastal town in Kenya, were gunned down on June 15th by extremists linked to a Somali terrorist group. The militants drove around town in a stolen van, targeting Christians and those who were unable to recite verses from the Koran. At least forty-eight people were killed, two hotels were set on fire and five police vehicles were left smoldering. The five-hour attack is the deadliest since September of last year, when 67 people were killed at Nairobi's Westgate shopping mall. Egyptian Christian given five-year prison sentence: One of Egypt's well-known Christians, Bishoy Armia Boulous, was given a five year prison sentence for allegedly disturbing the peace, according to the government. The sentence refers to an arrest on December 4th when Boulous was taken into custody while working for The Way TV, a Christian television channel broadcast into Egypt via satellite. Boulous has been reportedly recording evidence of violence against Christians in Minya, Egypt. Boulous is planning on appealing his sentence, but his attorney believes it will most likely be denied by the government, which is intent on imprisoning him for his Christian beliefs.

Christian World News • June 26, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News • June 26, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News http://goo.gl/AsvPKc Reports show new statistics on refugees around the world: On World Heritage Day on June 20th, the U.N. issued a report stating that fifty million people are refugees, asylum seekers or are displaced from their countries. This is a dramatic increase from 2012, when only forty-five million people were reported. Some of the numbers come from long-standing conflicts in countries in the Middle East and North Africa. But, the main reason for the increase comes from the Syrian civil war. The civil war in Syria created two point five million refugees and displaced another six point five million people in Syria. Thousands of Christians evacuate Mosul, Iraq: Mosul, the largest city in Iraq with one point eight million people, fell to ISIS militants in early June. Much of Northern Iraq had already been overtaken by Sunni militants at the time. Reports show that one million Iraqis are now refugees, many of whom are Christians. The city of Mosul is considered one of the largest Christian strongholds in Iraq, but since the take over, thousands of Christians have been forced to flee. ISIS hopes to make being a Christian both illegal and life-threatening. Sudanese woman sentenced to death released and recaptured: The Sudanese woman that was sentenced to death by hanging for converting from Islam to Christianity was freed on monday after defense lawyers presented their case. The court cancelled the death sentence and released Meriam Ibrahim from prison. As Ibrahim and her husband were at the airport getting ready to leave the country, they were detained and taken to a facility used by Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Service. It is unclear why they were detained and when they will be released. Christians massacred in coastal town in Kenya: Christians in a coastal town in Kenya, were gunned down on June 15th by extremists linked to a Somali terrorist group. The militants drove around town in a stolen van, targeting Christians and those who were unable to recite verses from the Koran. At least forty-eight people were killed, two hotels were set on fire and five police vehicles were left smoldering. The five-hour attack is the deadliest since September of last year, when 67 people were killed at Nairobi's Westgate shopping mall. Egyptian Christian given five-year prison sentence: One of Egypt's well-known Christians, Bishoy Armia Boulous, was given a five year prison sentence for allegedly disturbing the peace, according to the government. The sentence refers to an arrest on December 4th when Boulous was taken into custody while working for The Way TV, a Christian television channel broadcast into Egypt via satellite. Boulous has been reportedly recording evidence of violence against Christians in Minya, Egypt. Boulous is planning on appealing his sentence, but his attorney believes it will most likely be denied by the government, which is intent on imprisoning him for his Christian beliefs.

Jack Van Impe Presents — July 15, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — July 15, 2017

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This week’s headline: • Attacks coming to America & Israel

Trump blasts media as opposition party

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Trump blasts media as opposition party

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In an interview with Christian Broadcasting Network, President Donald Trump said the media is the opposition party in many ways, and went on to say it is not everyone, but a big portion of the media.

Prayer and Scalpel: Surgeons Who Pray for Patients

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Prayer and Scalpel: Surgeons Who Pray for Patients

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It would violate Mark Pool's medical oath if he didn't study every patient's case before operating. He feels the same about his faith if he didn't offer to pray with patients.

Hal Lindsey Report (2.13.15)

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Hal Lindsey Report (2.13.15)

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See more videos from OmniChristianVids4 at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn_eHVnwl8H-6s2xWASy9bQ/videos www.hallindsey.com To see my Hal Lindsey Playlist, click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUkCYUtheoAJAaijf--oNWmMBjvMSZ8qn

Christian World News • May 8, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News • May 8, 2014 • By FEBC

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Jack Van Impe Presents — January 14, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — January 14, 2017

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This week’s headlines: • Chief Rabbi: U.S. has forsaken Israel, we can trust only in the Lord… • Christians most persecuted religious group in the world… • Veteran forcibly dragged from Air Force ceremony for ment...

Jack Van Impe Presents — December 3, 2016

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Jack Van Impe Presents — December 3, 2016

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This week’s headlines: • FBI, Justice Feud in Clinton probe… • Trump Transition is Going Smoothly… • America’s Most Biblically Hostile U.S. President…

Lecrae: Anomaly

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Lecrae: Anomaly

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He’s the Christian hip-hop artist with the number one album in the country. We’ll meet the one-and-only Lecrae!

Jack Van Impe Presents — May 13, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — May 13, 2017

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This week’s headlines: • Prophesied Apostasy Here Now… • 7,700 Terrorist Encounters in the USA in one Year… • Russia Flexes Military Muscle in a new way…

Jack Van Impe Presents — January 21, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — January 21, 2017

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This week’s headlines: • Trump warns companies on jobs… • Migrant stabs Christian woman because she was reading Bible… • Fatah threatens bloodshed if Trump moves embassy…

Jack Van Impe Presents — May 20,2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — May 20,2017

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This week’s headlines: • Former Israeli President Shimon Peres dies at age 93… • The earthquakes that will end time… • What’s happening now is annihilation in Aleppo…

Hal Lindsey Report (4.10.15)

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Hal Lindsey Report (4.10.15)

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The Brutality of ISIS – Did They Go Too Far? – February 6, 2015

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The Brutality of ISIS – Did They Go Too Far? – February 6, 2015

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This week on Jerusalem Dateline: The brutality of ISIS: did they finally go too far? plus is the Obama administration working to defeat Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu in upcoming elections? and American Christians s...

Jack Van Impe Presents — November 19, 2016

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Jack Van Impe Presents — November 19, 2016

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This week’s headlines: • God Bless America, Land That I love… • A Man With a Mission… • If I Go Away, I Will Come Again…

Christian World News • March 13, 2015 • By FEBC

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Christian World News • March 13, 2015 • By FEBC

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Christian World News http://goo.gl/IHdehA Guinea worm disease likely eradicated in 2015 ISIS releases twenty-one captured Assyrian Christians American missionary in Nigeria kidnapped and released Falsely imprisoned Colombian missionary released Mexican orphans win two-hundred and fifty thousand dollars in fishing tournament This year, former President Jimmy Carter and the Carter Center may finally achieve their thirty-year mission to completely eradicate the guinea worm disease that has affected millions in twenty-one countries. Guinea worm disease is the result of drinking dirty water contaminated with guinea worm larvae. Reduced from almost three-point-five million cases at the beginning of Carter’s crusade in 1986, only one-hundred and twenty-six cases of the painful parasitic affliction remain in Chad, Mali, South Sudan and Ethiopia. If the guinea worm disease is indeed eradicated this year, it will be only the second disease, after smallpox, to be completely erased from the earth. In an unforeseen move, the Islamic State has released twenty-one of the roughly two-hundred and fifty Assyrian Christians captured from villages in northeastern Syria on February 23rd. The Islamic State captured ten villages in Syria inhabited by the ancient Christian minority, one of Christianity’s oldest existing communities, during a three-day offensive that displaced approximately three-thousand residents. The twenty-one Christians were apparently released because of an ISIS sharia court that ordered their release. Despite the unknown fate of the remaining hostages, the release of these Assyrian Christians marks one of the Islamic State’s few acts of mercy. After two weeks of silence and ransom demands, American missionary Phyllis Sortor was finally released by her kidnappers this weekend. Reverend Phyllis Sortor was abducted from the Hope Academy compound in Emiworo, Kogi State, Nigeria, where she worked as the financial administrator for the school. In an area where foreign workers and missionaries are often kidnapped and released for exorbitant amounts of ransom money, family members worried that their inability to pay would prolong Sortor’s capture. However, God intervened. “Prayers are answered,” said stepson Richard Sortor in an interview with KING-TV news in Seattle. “You’ve got to believe,” said Sortor. “This doesn’t happen very often and we’re praising God.” Russell Stendal, an American missionary in Colombia, has also been released after his arrest and imprisonment by the Colombian government. Prosecutors claimed Stendal was collaborating with the rebel group Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as FARC, but a judge ordered his release due to the prosecution’s lack of evidence. Stendal has been kidnapped by rebel groups five times during his ministry in Colombia. In 1983, he was held hostage by FARC - the same group he has been accused of assisting by the government - for five months in the jungle. Despite his terrifying experience, Stendal shared the gospel with communist guerrillas, right-wing paramilitary groups, drug marketers and government troops. In the aftermath of the most intense tropical cyclone to hit the Baja California peninsula since 1967, the devastated community and a group of Mexican orphans experienced a miracle. Hurricane Odile hit Cabo San Lucas and Los Cabos last September, devastating the area, even disrupting the world-famous Bisbee’s Black and Blue Fishing Tournament, known as the “World’s Richest Fishing Tournament” for its expensive entrance fee and two-hundred and fifty-thousand-dollar grand prize. The tournament was almost cancelled until an anonymous donor promised to pay the hefty fee for entrants, on one condition - they must be struggling local captains affected by the storm’s destruction. The winners of the tournament, who caught the largest marlin at three-hundred and eighty-five pounds, were a huge surprise - a team of orphans from the Casa Hogar orphanage. Neither the orphans nor their caregiver had ever fished before, but they won the grand prize of over two-hundred and fifty-thousand-dollars.

Jack Van Impe Presents November 12, 2016

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Jack Van Impe Presents November 12, 2016

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This week’s headlines: • Prophesied Apostasy Here Now… • 7,700 Terrorist Encounters in the USA in one Year… • Russia Flexes Military Muscle in a new way…

Christian World News • October 13, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News • October 13, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News http://goo.gl/sy1qwq Chinese Christians Beaten For Refusing to Remove Their Church’s Cross: Christians in Wenzhou, China, were beaten by police after barricading themselves inside the gates of their church prevent the Chinese government from removing the cross that stood proudly on their church steeple. For the past year, the Communist Party has been tearing down Christian crosses and destroying churches, as part of a government movement to reduce the spread of Christianity, which is seen as a growing threat to the Communist Party. ISIS Advances in Syria and Iraq: In Iraq and Syria, ISIS continues to advance on many fronts, despite American-led airstrikes on multiple ISIS targets. Many soldiers in the Iraqi military have defected to join ISIS, while other soldiers have been slaughtered in massive numbers in recent battles. Christians in Baghdad are calling for help, as ISIS is believed to be only a few miles from Iraq’s capital. Christians fear Baghdad could suffer the same fate as Mosul, Iraq, where the radical terrorist group told Christians to either, “leave, convert, or die.” Ebola Outbreak Spreads to Spain and the U.S.: A Spanish nurse who treated two victims of Ebola in Madrid became the first known person in the current outbreak to have contracted the virus outside of Africa. The nurse was one of 30 people who helped treat two Spanish priests who contracted the virus while in West Africa. In Texas, Thomas Duncan, a Liberian man who arrived in Dallas after visiting Liberia, has also been diagnosed with the virus. Both the Spanish nurse and Duncan are currently the only people believed to be infected outside of West Africa. Fighting Continues in Donetsk, Eastern Ukraine: Despite a truce signed on September fifth, pro-Russian separatists have increased offensives to overtake the strategically key Donetsk airport, while in the city of Donetsk a mortar exploded by a school, killing 3 and injuring 5 others. It was the first day back at school for many children, whose school year had already been delayed a month due to the fighting. Continued military action in the region has spelled disaster for citizens, with the U.N. stating that over 1 million Ukrainians have fled the country and are now refugees. Boko Haram Destroys 180 Churches in Northern Nigeria: In Nigeria, Boko Haram’s presence has been growing rapidly, overtaking much of northern Nigeria. A recent report claims that in Boko Haram’s last offensive into northeastern Nigeria, the group destroyed over 180 Christian churches, part of a large-scale push to persecute and expel Christians from the north. Boko Haram got its start in 2002, with the goal of creating an Islamic republic in northern Nigeria. Since 2009, the group has attacked schools, kidnapped children and destroyed Christian churches in a general campaign of terror.

Jack Van Impe Presents — November 26, 2016

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Jack Van Impe Presents — November 26, 2016

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This week’s headlines: • Multitude of Factors Led to Republican Surprise Win… • Candidate Tapped Into Supporters Desire for Change… • How to Heal the Nation…

What Moved Reese Witherspoon to Make ‘The Good Lie’

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What Moved Reese Witherspoon to Make ‘The Good Lie’

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Many of the 20,000 children who escaped Sudan's second civil war made it to America. It's a story that drew actress Reese Witherspoon to her newest role.

Christian World News • December 4, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News • December 4, 2014 • By FEBC

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Christian World News http://goo.gl/h5vX1r Kenneth Bae was imprisoned in North Korea for over two years for what the North Korean government called “anti-government activity.” Bae, who went into the country with the Evangelical Christian organization, Youth with a Mission, was sentenced to fifteen years of hard labor, despite being in poor health. After being released, Bae was taken to a North Korean hospital where he was treated for several ailments as a result of his imprisonment. Despite the experience, Bae said he bears no ill will towards North Korea, and he still has a heart for reaching its people. In late November, Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim nation with over two-hundred and fifty million people, elected a Christian to hold the position of governor of Jakarta. Basuki Purnama, is one of the first Christians, as well as one of the first ethnically Chinese citizens to be elected as governor of the capital city. Some violent protests have been staged by the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) declaring that only Muslims should govern Muslims. Yet, while Purnama has detractors, others are seeing his victory as a sign of a racial milestone, as ethnic Chinese have historically been marginalized. Pastor Tandin Wangyal, in Bhutan, was sentenced to three years and eleven months in prison for sharing Christian materials without a permit, reports Open Doors. Bhutan is one of the most isolated countries in the world, with less than a million people, and even requires pastors wishing to share religious material to obtain a permit from the government before doing so. Despite Tandin’s sentence, he was granted a one-year bail after only four nights in jail, allowing him to enjoy most freedoms until his appeal is finalized. As the fight to contain Ebola continues, many Christian organizations are changing their tactics. As Christianity Today reports, many Christian ministries are not allowing their doctors to get as close to Ebola patients as they have in the past, such as Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol. Instead, workers for Samaritan’s purse have focused on training locals to take their places. The goal is to ensure that once Ebola starts to diminish and many foreign workers leave, that local Liberians, and other local doctors of infected countries will be able to fight the disease. Boko Haram has continued their assault in Northern Nigeria, and is now using many women to carry out suicide bombings. The most recent attack on a market in Maiduguri, killed around fifty people, sparking outrage by locals in the area. While the group has targeted Christians through kidnappings and the destruction of churches, the bombings on markets in Maiduguri come as a show of force to the city’s citizens. Maiduguri has continued to reject Boko Haram’s presence, while much of the region has fallen to the Islamic terrorist group.

National Prayer Breakfast 2015

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National Prayer Breakfast 2015

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President Barack Obama condemned those who seek to use religion as a rationale for carrying out violence around the world. Among those attending the annual gathering of politicians, dignitaries, and faith leaders was ...

Jack Van Impe Presents — January 28, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — January 28, 2017

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This week’s headlines: • The Gathering Nuclear Storm… • Russia Fills Void in Middle East… • Moving American Embassy to Jerusalem is a Red Line…

Jack Van Impe Presents  – June 3, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents – June 3, 2017

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This week’s subject: • The State of Israel

Jack Van Impe Presents — March 4, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — March 4, 2017

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This week’s headlines: • Putin’s Middle East Dream… • Russia tells the White House it will not return Crimea to Ukraine… • Iran continues to call for Israel’s destruction…

Jack Van Impe Presents — February 11, 2017

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Jack Van Impe Presents — February 11, 2017

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This week’s headlines: • Donald Trump takes on the World… • Liberman: In next war, IDF won’t stop until the enemy raises the white flag… • American Christians cave on core beliefs…