Andrew White writes from Iraq: “Every day we think that the crisis here cannot get worse and every day it does.”
Meriam Yahia Ibrahim was released from prison in Sudan today.
A 26-year-old former Muslim in western Kenya was beaten in a mosque and later arrested without charges.
We are compelled to ask: Why are the Christians currently being killed or driven out?
By Faith McDonnell • The church in Sudan has chosen well in electing Ezekiel Kondo as an archbishop.
“Gay relationships in the Church of England would mean the people of South Sudan going back to their traditional religions.”
“We need to learn to live as a global church in a local context and never to imagine that we’re just a local church.”
By Gary G. Yerkey
Christians in Syria say they are attacked because of their faith.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald
Fr. Patrick Augustine: “I want to stand up and speak for my people: ‘Let my people go.’”
Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) said Jan. 24 that as secretary of state he would work to end the continuing humanitarian crisis in Sudan.