Today’s show revolves around our monthly geopolitical and persecution report for KYMS radio (todayschristiancountry.com) with Lee Lancaster hosting John. John gives an update on the situation with Pastor X and details how he and his family made their exodus from Pakistan to the United States. He also reveals the plight of Christians in Pakistan and explains some of the specific struggles they face there.
If you’d like to contribute to assisting Pakistani Christians in need, please visit candlelight.org/donate and select the fund: ‘Asia Missions – Pastor X‘. Please do remember to pray for the persecuted church around the world and join us for more resources, news, updates and prayer requests on our Facebook group: Praying for Persecuted Christians.
Once a month, John joins Lee Lancaster (www.todayschristiancountry.com) in the KYMS radio studio for a half hour interview covering a wide range of topics. This week, they focus on the history of the church and how oftentimes church leaders have not stood up during times of crises, including today.
John and Lee discuss the brewing controversy over mask mandates, the different civil wars occurring in the U.S., going on the offensive to get back our freedoms, and some alternatives to the constantly censoring tech tyrants. John also gives a persecuted church update.
Picking up where they left off yesterday, Dave McAlvany and Kevin Orrick (www.mcalvanyweeklycommentary.com), Co-Hosts of the McAlvany Weekly Commentary, are back to conclude our two-day round table discussion. Today, they shift from an economic analysis to more of a spiritual discussion, covering Christianity's threat to communism, standing up in the face of adversity, and relying on God during crises.
Listen to the audio only. Will we in America, the West, and the Church recognize the formal processes that are advancing against us on all fronts? John covers the five […]
Brother Saleem Gabrail sends his thanks to all of those who helped his family to emigrate from Thailand to Canada. Thank you to all who remember the plight of Christian […]