Friday, November 8, 2002

The Truth Is Out There
It always bugs me that Christians in the United States feel we're being persecuted when schools won't allow prayers before the weekly high school football game. We have no clue what REAL persecution is like. This Sunday, however, "one of the world's most neglected stories will be given attention by millions of people attending 300,000 churches in 130 countries" according to an article in WorldNetDaily. The International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church has "mobilized Christians to pray for an estimated 200 million Christians who suffer for their faith and another 400 million who live in countries where their religious practice is restricted."

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