Turkish President Recep Tay-yip Erdogan is meeting with President Trump at the White House today. Turkey’s incursion into South-east Syria is said to be a major item on the agenda. Christians in South-eastern Syria believe Christians around the world and especially American Christians should push their governments to make a decision to protect them.
Meanwhile, eyewitnesses on the ground have reportedly told the news media that Turkish-backed forces in South-eastern Syria are targeting so-called unbelievers, many of whom are Christians. The sources also said Turkish President Recept Erdogan has made statements suggesting his regime is on a violent jihadist mission in the area.
Data from Stewardship, an organisation supporting over 250,000 people in missionary projects show most full-time volunteers in Christian ministry forgo basic needs and struggle to meet their financial demands throughout the year. According to one mission organizer, there can be stigma in asking for financial support in the missionary field as some link it to a lack of faith in God’s provision.
A new study exploring why ethnic minority women in the UK, including those from the Caribbean refuse to seek medical help for potential cancer symptom has found some would rather pray about the issue. One cancer survivor reportedly said women, especially West Indian and African see cancer as something that, until recently, you just never spoke about.
The Chaldean patriarch has called for three days of fasting and prayer for an end to violence in Iraq.
It has been reported that Kanye West who staged an edition of his Sunday Service act in Jamaica recently, will be heading to Houston, Texas this weekend for a live interview at Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Mega Church. Some 17,000 people are expected to be in attendance. =30=