“Iraqi Christians Flee After Militants Issue Deadline to Convert”
“Eleven Christian Missionaries Crucified and Beheaded”
“ISIS Executes 12 Christians – Including Boy and 2 Women Who Were Raped in Public and Beheaded – for Refusing to Renounce Jesus”
“Is This the End of Christianity in the Middle East?”
Over the last year, we have seen headline after headline about the persecution of Christians throughout the world. So many, in fact, that we can easily just dismiss them and move on to something else. Rather than become numb to the pain of our fellow believers, we need to prayerfully discern our role as Christians in America. That starts with praying for persecuted Christians.
Hosted by Great Lakes Christian College and with the participation of the area’s high school student ministries, we are calling you to join together with other area believers on Sunday, November 8th at 6:00pm for worship and prayer.
The Apostle Paul told the Colossian Christians, “Remember my chains.” Will you take time on November 8 to remember the persecution of your fellow Christians?