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China: The Biblical musical that could bring revival

A musical based on the biblical story of Ruth is being performed nationwide as Christian artists are hoping the messages may bring more unbelievers to faith.

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China: Radical revival falls on state-controlled churches

God is moving among communist-controlled government churches in southern China. To view click VIDEO. To read related article click PRINT below.

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China: Parents beg schools to teach about Jesus as Gospel spreads

Despite the ongoing persecution of Christians in China, the Gospel continues to spread at an unprecedented rate, as an increasing number of parents are “begging” teachers to teach their children about Jesus.

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China: Starving North Korean teenager escaped, found Jesus

His stomach was never filled from the handouts of a few gracious diners in his native town.

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China: Looks to become the most Christian nation in the world

Fenggang Yang, of Purdue University, predicts that China will reach 224 million Christians by the year 2030.

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Israel: Chinese Christian businessman connects investors to Israel

A chance occurrence 6 years ago made businessman Benjamin Peng change his attitude toward Israel and tied his fate to it.

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China: Controversial 1-child policy doubles

China will ease family planning restrictions to allow all couples to have two children after decades of the strict one-child policy.

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MidEast: Arab Gulf States increasingly align with Israel on Iranian threat

There is a growing unease about the nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 powers (U.S., U.K., France, Russia, China, and Germany) amongst leading Arab states.

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Israel: Growing ample food as water, farmland dwindle

Farmers from California to China have a new Israeli tool in the struggle to assure food security in coming decades.

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World: Christians unite in Day of Prayer for Peace of Jerusalem

Millions participated by praying in their churches, homes, and special services across the globe including China and seven Muslim countries.

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China: Desperate for food, 400 North Koreans find Living Bread

The North Korean famine of 2013 led some to undertake desperate measures to survive, with many attempts to cross the border into China in a frantic search for food.

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China: Mark Obama, Barack’s Jewish brother

Most Israelis didn’t even know that the American president has a Jewish half-brother.

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China: Reforms one-child policy to gain competitive edge

Struggling with the economic fallout of its one-child policy, China will now allow couples to have two children if one of the parents is an only child.

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Iran: Ticking time bomb?

By Marney Blom On the heals of another round of failed nuclear talks between the P5+1 nations – the five permanent members UN Security Council (Russia, China, USA, UK and France) and Germany with Iran, Israeli Minister of Strategic and Intelligence Affairs and International Relations Dr. Yuval Steinitz declared,  “Iranians are exploiting the talks in […]

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China: Prayer and the escape of Chen Guangcheng

When China’s blind dissident, Chen Guangcheng, escaped from house arrest last year, angry Chinese leaders were sure the U.S. had somehow helped him, but they were wrong as the help was from prayer.

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