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Archive for April, 2010

In today’s world, many people use the Internet to search for answers to life’s questions – and answers can be instantly available to seekers anywhere on the planet.

On our Web site, we regularly post new devotionals; offer a weekly e-Bible study; encourage visitor to read the Bible; downloads of our audio features are always available; as well as, seeking prayer to our Lord, and Father.

Pray that God would lead many of these people to the Gospel of life — life everlasting, that can only be found in Christ Jesus!

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There is no other place in the world so isolated, so spiritually dark and systematically inhumane as North Korea. Several million have died as a result of imprisonment and food shortages caused by the government’s isolationist policy, which led to the collapse of the food distribution system and poor harvests.

North Korean Christians are singled out for their loyalty to Christ instead of their dictator Kim Jong Il. Though many have remained strong in their faith, they struggle against despair. Some have the strength to pray for the salvation of their leader and simply desire to worship God freely.

Moved by their courage, Open Doors is challenging believers in the free world to use their freedom on behalf of these believers living in utter isolation to PRAY!

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Starting this Friday, April 9, 2010, International Justice Mission will be holding its annual Global Prayer Gathering in the Washington, DC, area.

The Global Prayer Gathering brings together staff and friends of IJM from all over the world for a time of seeking God and seeking justice for victims of oppression. It is a weekend devoted to prayer and worship for the work of justice around the world with the global IJM family.

International Justice Mission is a human rights agency that secures justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. IJM lawyers, investigators and aftercare professionals work with local officials to ensure immediate victim rescue and aftercare, to prosecute perpetrators and to promote functioning public justice systems.

You may participate in this event online, as though you were there firsthand, watching live plenary sessions throughout the weekend. Pray for the requests being made from various prayer rooms as they’re blogged live on Saturday (4/10); share your prayers by including them in the live blog through the “Make A Comment” section; or, share your thoughts through Twitter.

For more information about IJM’s “2010 Global Prayer Gathering,” visit their Web site at: http://www.ijm.org/gpgonline

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According to Barnabas Fund, the army in Burma has forced thousands of Christians to flee their villages and hide in the jungle without food or water. Marshall Sana, an official with the ministry, says, “Villages are attacked, communities are displaced, orphans are produced, because of the violence that is systematic, and comes in punctuated measures.” Sana says that the military in Burma has used Buddhism as a weapon against Christians. He says that Buddhism is “used as a tool to reinforce the ethnic and religious difference and separation.

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