181 Montagnard Refugees Still Detained in Bangkok

09/19/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – More than three weeks have passed since Thai authorities arrested and detained 181 mostly Christian Montagnard refugees on the outskirts...

ICC Provides a Small Business for a Christian Convert in Afghanistan

10/07/2018 Afghanistan (International Christian Concern) – Hussain is a Muslim-background believer living in Afghanistan. Seven years ago, he heard about Jesus for the first time...

Christian asylum seekers share shocking testimony of incarceration in Bangkok detention centre

Two Pakistani Christian brothers shared a cell the size of a family’s living room with a hundred men for nine months in a notorious Bangkok immigrant...

Quetta’s Christians Remember Those Lost in Last Year’s Church Bombing

One year ago, the Christian community of Quetta was devastated by a terrorist attack. On Sunday, December 17, 2017, two militants carrying guns and...

Unimaginable Loss for Christians Displaced by Violence in Nigeria

A grandmother whose 35-year-old son, 21-year-old daughter-in-law and 5-year-old granddaughter were shot dead by Muslim Fulani herdsmen is now homeless after she and other...

Christians Face Mounting Discrimination in Pakistan’s Schools

01/07/2018 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Discrimination on religious grounds is very common in Pakistan. Christians and other minorities face discrimination in many facets throughout the...

“The Shack” and What It Says about Evangelicalism

In 2008, William Paul Young wrote a book titled The Shack that was instantly a best-seller. It ascended to the top of the best-selling...

Expect Something Good to Happen!

Sometimes when you’ve had a series of disappointing things happen, you can get in the habit of expecting more of what you already have. I...

The Testimony of Recovery from Acute Cerebral Infarction Without any Aftereffect

On March 13, 2018, my husband and I were on a trip to Europe. We were on the train in Zermatt to enjoy the...

Pakistan Supreme Court delays verdict on Aasia Bibi’s final appeal against “blasphemy” death sentence

A three-judge panel at Pakistan’s Supreme Court delayed handing down its verdict on Aasia Bibi’s final appeal against her death sentence for “blasphemy” on Monday, 8...
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Christian Teachers Flee Kenya’s Border with Somalia Fearing Attack

01/16/2019 Kenya (International Christian Concern) – Christians fear being targeted and attacked by al-Shabab militants along Kenya’s border with Somali. Starting in 2017,...

Church Leaders in India Organize Public Hearing for Victims of 2008 Kandhamal Riots

01/16/2019 India (International Christian Concern) – Church leaders in India’s eastern state of Odisha organized a public hearing on behalf of the Christian...

Asia is the New Hotbed for Christian Persecution, Says Open Doors

01/16/2019 China (International Christian Concern) – Christian persecution watchdog Open Doors released its annual World Watch List on Wednesday, calling Asia “the new...