Monday, June 25, 2018

Five Christian youths were recently sentenced to death by hanging for killing a Fulani herder, himself alleged to have killed 48 people. The five are from Adamawa state in north-east Nigeria, one of the three states most severely hit by the Boko Haram insurgency. Many fled Boko Haram, only to […]

The post What does conviction of five Christian youths to hang for death of one Fulani herder show about the farmer–herdsmen conflict in N. Nigeria? appeared first on World Watch Monitor.

The post What does conviction of five Christian youths to hang for death of one Fulani herder show about the farmer–herdsmen conflict in N. Nigeria? appeared first on Persecuted at Faith for the Heart.

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Cook Like a Top Chef this Holiday Season

(Family Features) This holiday season, you can impress your guests with these tips and recipes from award-winning chefs Seamus Mullen and John Tesar: Start with fresh, high-quality ingredients that are versatile and easy to cook, like fresh pork. Look ...

British PM Theresa May hears about plight of Christians in Middle East

The British Prime Minister Theresa May was briefed on the plight of Christians and minorities in the Middle East in a meeting yesterday (13 December) with an Iraqi priest who has been looking after refugees who fled IS violence. Father Daniel Alkory highlighted the plight of Christians and minorities in […]

The post British PM Theresa May hears about plight of Christians in Middle East appeared first on World Watch Monitor.

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Iraqi Christian Rita was sold four times on the IS sex slave market

Rita, a Christian woman from the Iraqi town of Qaraqosh, was 26 when Islamic State invaded her town and took her captive. She was sold and bought four times as a sex slave before she was freed in 2017 and reunited with her father in April this year, almost four […]

The post Iraqi Christian Rita was sold four times on the IS sex slave market appeared first on World Watch Monitor.

The post Iraqi Christian Rita was sold four times on the IS sex slave market appeared first on Persecuted at Faith for the Heart.

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What does conviction of five Christian youths to hang for death...

Five Christian youths were recently sentenced to death by hanging for killing a Fulani herder, himself alleged to have killed 48 people. The five are from Adamawa state in north-east Nigeria, one of the three states most severely hit by the Boko Haram insurgency. Many fled Boko Haram, only to […]

The post What does conviction of five Christian youths to hang for death of one Fulani herder show about the farmer–herdsmen conflict in N. Nigeria? appeared first on World Watch Monitor.

The post What does conviction of five Christian youths to hang for death of one Fulani herder show about the farmer–herdsmen conflict in N. Nigeria? appeared first on Persecuted at Faith for the Heart.

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A Nigerian Christmas: no will or means to celebrate

How do Christians under pressure for their faith celebrate Christmas? In the ninth installment of our series, we hear from Nigerians in central Plateau State affected by violence. While the Islamist group Boko Haram has gained notoriety for its attacks on civil, military and Christian targets, a second source of […]

The post A Nigerian Christmas: no will or means to celebrate appeared first on World Watch Monitor.

The post A Nigerian Christmas: no will or means to celebrate appeared first on Persecuted at Faith for the Heart.

Cuban Christmas: Silent night – because walls have ears

How do Christians under pressure for their faith celebrate Christmas? In the eighth in our series we hear from a Cuban church leader. Christmas in communist Cuba is a quiet affair; you won’t hear carols in the streets or on television, except for during one concert involving the Churches that […]

The post Cuban Christmas: Silent night – because walls have ears appeared first on World Watch Monitor.

The post Cuban Christmas: Silent night – because walls have ears appeared first on Persecuted at Faith for the Heart.

Christmas for refugees in Lebanon: far from home and reduced to...

How do Christians under pressure for their faith celebrate Christmas? In the seventh in our series we hear from a Lebanese Catholic who helps look after Iraqi and Syrian refugees in Beirut. Lebanon has absorbed more than a million refugees from conflicts in nearby Syria and Iraq, where Christians either […]

The post Christmas for refugees in Lebanon: far from home and reduced to handouts appeared first on World Watch Monitor.

The post Christmas for refugees in Lebanon: far from home and reduced to handouts appeared first on Persecuted at Faith for the Heart.

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Winning routines for warding off winter weight gain

(BPT) - With cold weather and short days, it's easy to fall off healthy eating and exercise routines. Here are tips on how to eat right and stay motivated to exercise during the winter months from a leading nutritionist and a top celebrity trainer.EAT ...

The Choices We Make

The choices we make define us. The choices we make in life refine us. As Christians, the choices we make in life will bring us closer to our Lord or they will take us further away from Him. We’ve made a commitment to live our lives according to the teaching of Jesus. We made this […]

The post The Choices We Make appeared first on Christian Life at Faith for the Heart.

Veterans fought for freedom; struggle with lung health

(BPT) - After serving their country, many veterans face long-term health challenges but sometimes symptoms may not appear for decades and aren’t quickly recognized, aggravating their condition. The lung disease chronic obstructive pulmonary disea...

The post Veterans fought for freedom; struggle with lung health appeared first on Faith and Health at Faith for the Heart.

ENTERTAINMENT

Come Out Of That Prison

by Tesse Wilson Jesse did not think he was much of a speaker. He stuttered a lot since he was a child, especially when he was nervous. This was something  he was conscious of and felt embarrassed about. But he could not say opportunity. Two weeks ago he was invited to share something positive with inmates  at the prison where […]

The post Come Out Of That Prison appeared first on Fiction at Faith for the Heart.

Strange Beachcomber

by Rachel Jamerson With my coffee in hand, I settled back into my favorite chair on the deck and prepared to enjoy my early morning read. The ocean was unusually calm today, just a few white caps gently lapping the shoreline. I could never get over the beauty of that huge body of turquoise water […]

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Vanished: Left Behind – Next Generation

With every Christian suddenly “vanished” from the world, headstrong 15-year-old Gabby is thrust into adulthood way too soon, along with her younger sister Claire and the two teen boys, Josh and Flynn, vying for Gabby’s attention. Will the group be able to navigate a dangerous new world ruled by those who’ve been left behind? – […]

The post Vanished: Left Behind – Next Generation appeared first on Movies at Faith for the Heart.

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CAR Christians and Muslims risk crossing the ‘red line’ to establish...

Pastors Jean and Pierre buy meet from a Muslim butcher in the market. (Photo: World Watch Monitor)

At the market in Boda, a mining town in the southwest of the Central African Republic, Christians and Muslims come together to purchase goods set on wooden tables along the dusty roadside. It’s a picture of peaceful coexistence that would be unthinkable in some parts of a country that has […]

The post CAR Christians and Muslims risk crossing the ‘red line’ to establish peace appeared first on World Watch Monitor.

The post CAR Christians and Muslims risk crossing the ‘red line’ to establish peace appeared first on Persecuted at Faith for the Heart.

What It Means to Be Christian

Christians are unique in how we face adversity and tragedy in our lives. We’re called to deal with them according to the teaching of our Lord and savior, Jesus. This is the commitment we made to ourselves and to Him when we accepted Him into our lives and accepted the forgiveness and reconciliation He offers […]

The post What It Means to Be Christian appeared first on Christian Life at Faith for the Heart.

Gifts That Give Hope

  (Family Features) Hope is a gift on every child’s wish list, especially those in parts of the world ravaged by natural disasters and poverty. Giving hope lets these children know that the world hasn’t forgotten them. From UNICEF Market products to items available from partners, UNICEF USA is making it possible to give gifts […]

The post Gifts That Give Hope appeared first on Lifestyle at Faith for the Heart.

Holiday Guesting 101

  (Family Features) If you manage to avoid hosting duties this holiday season, you may be dodging some of the hardest work, but remember that being a good guest goes beyond arriving on time and taking your shoes off at the door. This holiday seaso...

Iraq and Philippines Christians join Red Wednesday religious freedom solidarity display

Landmarks in the UK, Ireland, Iraq and the Philippines are due to be floodlit in red today (22 November) to highlight the persecution of faith groups for their “peacefully held beliefs”. The “Red Wednesday” initiative is in its second year and has been pioneered by Aid to the Church in […]

The post Iraq and Philippines Christians join Red Wednesday religious freedom solidarity display appeared first on World Watch Monitor.

The post Iraq and Philippines Christians join Red Wednesday religious freedom solidarity display appeared first on Persecuted at Faith for the Heart.

5 things parents need to know about HPV

(BPT) - Being a parent means looking out for your kids. When they were small it meant making sure they wore a helmet, crossed the street carefully and wore sunscreen. As they get older, the health challenges they face change. As they become adolescents...

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