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Belize City gripped by Easter wave of violence

PRAYER ALERT. The enemy has been on a rampage in Belize City. During April 4-11 alone—the week surrounding our most holy day, Easter, the day of resurrection life—there was a crime spree. There were six murders, three more attempted murders, and fourteen reported robberies and burglaries in Belize City. Intercessors in our prayer network are […] Continue reading →

Vote for prez supporting traditional marriage

PRAYER ALERT: Tomorrow may signal the turning point in the US Presidential election. More than 150 evangelical leaders supporting traditional marriage and family values (and opposing abortion, human cloning and open homosexuality in the military) are now meeting near Houston, Texas. They are seeking agreement on a presidential candidate who will support these family values. […] Continue reading →

Egyptian Youth: After Mubarak, no change

Posted by Roni Drukan Dec 24th 2011 at 11:07 am in Egypt, Islam, Middle East, News, human rights, sharia. Egypt is caught in yet another round of violence as protesters refuse to leave Tahrir Square. This time around, the revolution square is dominated by secular youth. Those same people that took to the streets in […] Continue reading →

Israel & Middle East war dynamics

PRAYER WATCH: The Muslim nations surrounding Israel are growing ever more hostile. God promises if we bless Israel, we too will be blessed (Gen. 12:3). Every week, almost every day, we hear of much moving and shaking in the region. Our periodic prayer alerts must turn into an ongoing prayer watch: IRAQ—On December 15, 2011 […] Continue reading →

Israeli borders threatened by UN vote

PRAYER ALERT. We must stand for the current Israeli borders. They are now being threatened by the United Nations. Between now and September the UN plans to vote on imposing the pre-1967 Israeli borders, whether Israel objects to this land grab or not. These borders are indefensible. Israel’s key ally in the UN has always […] Continue reading →