Month: November 2016

Children made homeless as authorities shut church
South Asia

Children made homeless as authorities shut church

A church that was a shelter to 13 children was forcefully shut down last week by the local authorities on allegations of unlawfully sheltering the children. The church is at the outskirts of village Karlakha at Narayanpur District, Chhattisgarh. A horde of people comprising of police personals, officials from the […]

Chibok Christians suffer yet again from Boko Haram attack
West & Central Africa

Chibok Christians suffer yet again from Boko Haram attack

Jihadists from the deadly terrorist group, Boko Haram, have overrun the predominantly Christian villages around Chibok, North-eastern Nigeria, where 276 schoolgirls were abducted two years ago. “Chibok is now under Boko Haram siege,” the chairman of the chairman of the Chibok local government area, Yaga Yarkawa, said in an announcement […]

GCN Weekly Security Bulletin: US trade treaties and Asian security, and the Myanmar’s migration crisis
Security Bulletin

GCN Weekly Security Bulletin: US trade treaties and Asian security, and the Myanmar’s migration crisis

The US to withdraw from Pacific trade treaty   This week Donald Trump announced that he would withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) on his first day in office. The TPP is a complex deal joining the U.S. and eleven other countries including Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia into the […]

Luke 14:1-11  Total Healing
Devotional

Luke 14:1-11 Total Healing

A sick man needed healing, but healing was “work” and Jewish law strictly forbade any work to be done on the Sabbath.  If a man will rescue his animal at any time, how much more will God rescue his people at any and every moment!  Those who have been rescued, […]