In a Facebook Live interview with BMF Life Stories former Scunthorpe United, Manchester City and Sheffield United English football player Tyrone Kirk says God put his life back together after his drug addiction led to him becoming homeless and even serving time in prison.
When the leader of a ministry based in the Middle East recently went to a prison to tell inmates about salvation in Christ, he knew from experience it was not normal for the official checking his ID to tell him to take a seat.
There are approximately 15 million people in New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles combined. Imagine if none of them had money to buy food. In fact, what if no one had eaten a complete meal in months? You can almost picture what it’s like in Yemen.
Iran’s parliament is doubling down on the persecution of religious minorities, further criminalizing religious practice and belief in a draft bill. It went to Muslim leaders in the country for review, and now they have sent it back to parliament. As of yet, the bill has […]
Three Iranian Christian converts, who were facing a combined 35 years in prison because of their faith, have fled the country after a court rejected their appeal, according to a Christian persecution watchdog group.
Four Iranian converts to Christianity were sentenced earlier this month to several years in prison after they were arrested in February on accusations they acted “against national security” by participating in house church meetings and evangelizing.