“To Those Who Suffer” – Meet Itohan Omolere

I had the pleasure of meeting Itohan Omolere at a recent conference in Chicago. This young woman’s elegant spoken word artistry and tender heart for the persecuted Church immediately captured both my theological and theatrical heart. As her carefully crafted words unfold stories of Christian endurance from Mosul to North Korea and places beyond, she transitions between locations with a haunting […]

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Persecution – 3 Perspectives on Who’s Who

Charities who work with Christian communities overseas know well that as they work with those under anti-Christian persecution, they will invariably bump up against the issue of doctrinal differences.  While it is a long trip from marginalization to martyrdom, doctrinal difference will be an issue that American Christians must likewise consider as we move into cultural marginalization of our own. At an event […]

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