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American Foreign Policy Affects the Persecuted Church
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Ideas Have Consequences

US Foreign Policy often affects believers in Africa and the Middle East:

A Trail of Betrayal

During the 4 years of the presidency of Jimmy Carter, 13 countries fell to communism. In most cases, they did not just fall to communism, but were actually betrayed into the hands of communist revolutionaries. It was a high foreign policy goal of Jimmy Carter's presidency to force the people of Rhodesia to hand over to Robert Mugabe's ZANU terrorists.

 
Resisting Babylon and The Beast
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This article is also available in PowerPoint format here.

"Should you help the wicked and love those who hate the Lord? Therefore the wrath of the Lord is upon you." 2 Chronicles 19:2

New World Order
The first attempt to establish a New World Order was by the people who came to the land of Shinar (present day Iraq) and built the Tower of Babel (Genesis 11:2-4). Others have tried since. Revelation 13 describes a beast with many heads and horns. The dragon gave the beast power, a throne and great authority. The beast mouthed blasphemies against God, blaspheming His Name, His Tabernacle, and those who dwell in Heaven. The beast made war with the saints and gained authority over "every tribe, tongue and nation."

 
In Memory of Missionaries and Children
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TO THE MEMORY OF ALL THOSE MISSIONARIES AND CHILDREN WHO PAID THE ULTIMATE PRICE… 

We Will Remember Them. 23 June 1978.

 Click to view the PDF of The Vumba Tragedy

 

ELIM MISSION MASSACRE 23 JUNE 1978

Guerillas crossed the border, from their base in Mozambique,

Cowardly satanic whores, trained well to kill the meek.

 
20th Anniversary of the Bisho Massacre
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The recent killings at the Lonmin platinum mine, where 44 striking miners were shot by the police, brought to remembrance other "massacres", provoked by aggressive demonstrators, notably the Bisho Massacre. This took place on 7 September 1992, at which 28 members of the African National Congress (ANC) and one Ciskei soldier was shot. At that time the Ciskei was an independent state ruled by Brigadier Oupa Gqozo, a moderate Christian ruler who tried to promote a federal government system in South Africa. In his Council of State Report of 1992 he said: "We reaffirm that the Ciskei government subscribes to Christian principles, based on Scripture. We also maintain that a regional government is the essential component of future peace." Its laws, he said, should ideally be in line with the Ten Commandments.

 
Prayer & Praise Update - May 2012
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 Mission to Mpumalanga

By God's grace, I had the privilege of being invited to conduct a Missions Conference in Mpumalanga.

The Message in the Music

The first meeting was a Youth Rally where I had been asked to speak on The Message in the Music. Before I had even taken the podium to begin the presentation, the music group, which had led the praise and worship, filed out, carrying their musical instruments with them! A missionary's job description is to comfort the afflicted and to afflict the comfortable.

 
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