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UPDATE: PETR JASEK FINALLY FREE

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Czech national and long-time VOM staff member Petr Jasek has been released from prison in Sudan, following a pardon issued by Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir. Petr was arrested by the Islamic Sudanese regime after visiting Sudanese Christians and providing a small gift to help with a...

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Czech Christian Given Life For ‘Spying’ In Sudan – For Showing Compassion

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Voice of the Martyrs Korea calls on Sudan to free Christian aid worker accused of spying. Charge ‘demonstrates growing hostility towards Church in Sudan’.   A Czech Christian aid worker has been sentenced to life in prison for spying, which in Sudan’s system means at least...

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Nigeria: Over 45 Killed By Fulani Herdsman Militia

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On Sunday 13 November Fulani militants, reportedly numbering 200, attacked four villages in the Kauru local area of Nigeria’s Kaduna State. Forty-five predominantly Christian villagers were murdered, including men, women, and children, some of whom were burnt beyond recognition...

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Sudan: Christ Is In Prison Again

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For nearly 300 days a Czech Christian, Petr Jasek, has been imprisoned in Sudan for serving and helping Sudanese believers. Now Mr. Jasek’s family has asked VOM Korea to raise prayer and letter support from Korea on behalf of Petr and the two Sudanese pastors with whom he is imprisoned and...

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[News] Church Elder Brutally Murdered in the Philippines

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Fifty-two-year-old Perfecto Padilla, a dedicated church elder from Sultan Kudarat, Philippines, was brutally murdered by two Muslim men on 11 September at 6pm local time. Brother Perfecto was resting outside his house in a hammock when two Muslim men came by on motorbikes and began to fire...

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Why Individuality, Tolerance and Respect Are All Wrong When It Comes to Forgiving and Reconciling

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There is a fine line between knowing one’s rights and feeling entitled. The sense of entitlement demands individuality, tolerance, and respect from others. It demands justice and fairness, measuring the action and motive of others with higher standards which we wrongly believe are already...

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Forgiveness is not earned but freely given

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As Christians we are commanded to forgive. In fact, if someone slaps us on the right cheek, we are to turn to them the other cheek also. The question is, however, are we selective with who we decide to forgive? Do we turn the other cheek for some people while others we are ready to slap right...

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God Created the Heavens and the Earth

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Paul summarizes the essence of Christianity in Acts 17:16-32 as he speaks before the meeting of the Areopagus. He begins by introducing the fact that God created the heavens and the earth, which is foundational to our Christian faith. This one simple truth mandates not only the way we relate to...

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Belarus Pastor: Why A Hostile World May Be The Best Place For Christians

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Pastor Dmitry Lazuta from Belarus visited Voice of the Martyrs Korea as a part of the 2016 Martyr’s Spirit Speakers Series to share about church growth in the midst of oppression and the meaning of suffering for Christians.  From his experience of being a Christian under both...

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Let Jesus Be Your Teacher

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With podcasts of sermons of famous preachers like John Piper now accessible on the internet or a smartphone, listening to sermons is no longer tied to a specific location or time. It has also become an alternative to actually reading the Word for some of us. Hearing the Word of God preached has...

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