In four paragraphs (550-650 words), these regular weekly e-mail bulletins present the reader with a current or looming crisis requiring urgent attention. Each crisis is presented in its context — historical, political, social and religious — for the purpose of facilitating understanding and a strategic response. For Christians, part of that response will always be prayer. To that end, these bulletins provide 3 or 4 carefully crafted and scripturally defended prayer requests (for private or gathered worship). They also include a short one paragraph summary (max. 130 words) for newsletters, mailings, church bulletins and/or small groups.
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- RLPB 432. China: Christian advocate confined in an ‘infinite darkness’ — the plight of Gao Zhisheng
- RLPB 431. Nigeria: Fulani used as proxies for Islamic jihad
- RLPB 430. Russia: continuing deterioration of religious freedom
- RLPB 429. Uzbekistan: Christians persecuted and churches tightly controlled
- RLPB 428 Tajikistan: Christians Severely Persecuted
- RLPB 427. Mali: jihadists attack churches in Mopti