Anti feminist book for our times—Sex Matters

PRAYER ALERT on anti feminist book. In Sex Matters: How Modern Feminism Lost Touch with Science, Love, and Common Sense, Mona Charen has written a ground-breaking, image-shattering book for our times. The author takes care to praise some of the achievements of feminism. Specifically, women can now vote.  Also, they can choose from more occupations […] Continue reading →

Modern family breakdown & hookup culture

PRAYER ALERT on modern family breakdown. In Sex Matters, author Mona Charen exposes college policies that actually promote the hookup culture. Today many colleges require that all students attend orientation to a wide menu of LGBTQ etc. options. They condemn as intolerance any criticism of perversity or promiscuity. New students quickly get sucked into an […] Continue reading →

Anticorruption officials now inspecting Belize

PRAYER ALERT on anticorruption officials. This past weekend, the long-awaited first visit of officials from the UN Commission Against Corruption (UNCAC) finally started in Belize. They will meet this week with representatives of government agencies, the opposition party, the unions and other social partners. Attorney General Michael Peyrefitte is a member of the UNCAC Standing […] Continue reading →

Top 10 Persecutors of Christians Worldwide

PRAYER ALERT on top 10 persecutors adapted from Christian Post, 6/28/18. Over 215 million believers suffer persecution through intimidation, prison, and even death for their faith in Jesus Christ across the world. Open Doors USA just released its annual list of the top 10 persecutors of Christians. Islamist terror groups comprise half of the top 10. ISIS […] Continue reading →

Anti Israel rally ignores facts past & present

PRAYER ALERT on anti Israel rally ignores facts. On Tuesday, June 26 a Belizean group plans to protest a celebration of the 70th anniversary of the statehood of Israel. The group calls itself “Artists for Peace and Commonsense” (APC). This anti Israel group will rally in front of the National Police Academy in Belmopan. At […] Continue reading →

Palestinian deaths wrongly blamed on Israel

PRAYER ALERT on Palestinian deaths wrongly blamed. Whenever Palestinian leaders mount attacks on Israel, they put their own civilians in harm’s way. Yet the mass media blames Israel for every injury and death. That includes the death of the eight-month-old baby Layla Ghandour. Her mother blamed it on Israel’s use of tear gas at the […] Continue reading →

Oil rich Venezuela too poor to sell its oil

PRAYER ALERT on oil rich Venezuela. Venezuela possesses the largest reserves of oil in the world. But it has become too poor to process and transport the oil. Not only are Venezuela’s port facilities and infrastructure crumbling. It even lacks the money to remove the water from much of the crude oil it is extracting. […] Continue reading →

Eruption response teams prepare to return

PRAYER ALERT on eruption response teams. The first wave of response teams in the Volcan de Fuego disaster area included IRIS Relief ( and Remar Guatemala (tel. 3023-5255). All those teams had to turn back when the national disaster institute CONRED suspended search and rescue efforts. Conditions near the still-erupting volcano proved too dangerous. But […] Continue reading →

Guatemala eruption recovery access blocked

PRAYER ALERT on Guatemala eruption recovery. Ten days ago green valleys dotted with close-knit villages surrounded Guatemala’s Volcan de Fuego. The volcano had been erupting about 16 times a year without affecting the local inhabitants. But on Sunday June 3rd the most deadly eruption in four decades began. The first warning from the national seismology […] Continue reading →

Mexican silence zone shuts down media

PRAYER ALERT on Mexican silence zone. In the past 18 months, 18 journalists have been killed while covering drug trafficking in Mexico. Authorities found the latest corpse of a journalist, Hector Gonzalez Antonio, with visible signs of torture. This occurred in Ciudad Victoria, capital of the state of Tamaulipas. Tamaulipas borders on Texas. The Interamerican […] Continue reading →

Pope tells gay man ‘God made you like this’

PRAYER ALERT on pope tells gay man. Homosexual Juan Carlos Cruz reported that Pope Francis told him, “God made you like this. He loves you like this.” The Vatican has not denied his report. Cruz suffered years of sexual abuse by Chile’s notorious pedophile priest Fernando Karadima. So did at least three other victims. The […] Continue reading →

Churches repent on Global Day of Prayer

PRAYER ALERT on churches repent. On May 20th Christians gathered in most of the world’s nations for the annual Pentecost Sunday Global Day of Prayer. In Belize City, at Central Assembly of God, we repented for churches that had failed to uphold biblical family values in the face of the destructive LGBT agenda. This failure, […] Continue reading →

Israel’s 70th anniversary & US embassy move

PRAYER ALERT on Israel’s 70th anniversary. Tomorrow, Tuesday May 15th Israel will celebrate its 70th anniversary as a modern independent state. On the same day its Palestinian opponents will mourn 70 years of “Nakba” or catastrophe. The US chose  to move its embassy to Jerusalem today. Some warned the US about combining events that are so […] Continue reading →

Israeli-Arab relations improve vs. Iran

PRAYER ALERT on Israeli-Arab relations improve. Shiite Iran’s Sunni neighbors—Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE—are praising US President Trump’s recent break with the Iran nuclear deal. They see that Iran has shown itself to be the greatest threat to peace in the Mideast. Moreover, those three nations plus Qatar are growing closer to their former […] Continue reading →

Guatemala takes advantage of Belize inaction

PRAYER ALERT on Guatemala takes advantage. Belize has given Guatemala crucial advantages in Guatemala’s push to take over 53% of Belize’s territory. Guatemala got 96% of those voting on April 15 to say yes to taking Belize to the International Court of Justice. In contrast, Belize did not even announce when it would vote on the […] Continue reading →

Pastors leaving ministry —statistics & causes

PRAYER ALERT on pastors leaving ministry. From IPMI Monthly Global Prayer Teleconference. More than 70% of pastors do not have a close friend with whom they can openly share their struggles. The dominant cause for pastors to leave the pastoral ministry is burnout. Number two is moral failure. These are alarming statistics. And there are many more: […] Continue reading →

Recent corruption scandals vex OAS Summit

PRAYER ALERT on recent corruption scandals. On April 13-14, 33 active OAS members gathered for the eighth Summit of the Americas in Lima, Peru. They knew that corruption would be the elephant in the room. Earlier this month, Brazilian presidential candidate and former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva started serving a 12-year prison sentence […] Continue reading →

Lima Commitment vs corruption gets 33 signers

PRAYER ALERT on Lima Commitment. On April 14, 33 OAS countries participating in the eighth Summit of the Americas in Lima, Peru signed an agreement for fighting corruption called the Lima Commitment. It recognized that “corruption weakens democratic governance and citizens’ trust in institutions.” Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, Guatemala and Peru itself have recently experienced political […] Continue reading →

Referendum court challenges in Guat & Belize

PRAYER ALERT on referendum court challenges. The April 15th Guatemala referendum is fast approaching. On that day Guatemalans will vote on taking their border dispute with Belize to the International Court of Justice (ICJ). But at this late date, challenges to that referendum are developing in both nations. On April 4 Guatemalan attorneys Lionel Nejera […] Continue reading →

Guatemalan border view —no border at all

PRAYER ALERT on Guatemala border view. Today Guatemala’s popular daily La Prensa outlined Guatemala’s case for owning all of Belize. One week before the April 15th referendum on taking the case to the International Court of Justice, La Prensa published “Data on the Conflict between Guatemala and Belize.” It concedes that in the years 1783-1786 […] Continue reading →