Transforming The 10/40 Window Nations Through The Power of Prayer

The 10/40 Window Reporter

1040 Window Reporter April 2014

03/31/14 3:12 PM → Syria's Darkest Hour Syria is in desperate need of help and prayer. It is crucial that Christians around the world extend our assistance to Syria now. The refugee crisis is at an unprecedented level. Furthermore, an Islamic group which is establishing Sharia Law has broadcast on Twitter the cutting off of a Muslim man's hand for stealing. According to US Aid,...

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10/40 Window Reporter March 2014

02/26/14 4:05 PM → Mali: Reviving The Testimony of Christ Christian Believers in Mali, West Africa, are suffering the impact of Islamic extremism which has resulted in the decimation of churches in the north. Open Doors' 2014 World Watch List states that the "presence and infrastructure of Christianity in the north was largely destroyed, and that rebuilding a Christian presence...

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Win1040 Reporter February 2014

01/31/14 12:12 PM → South Sudan: Fledgling Christian Nation Faces New War Political ambition is threatening to inflict civil war and renewed misery on the people of South Sudan, the only Christian nation within the 10/40 Window. South Sudanese endured horrendous suffering during the previous long-running civil war inflicted on them by the Islamist regime in Khartoum, in which two...

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Win1040 Reporter January 2014

12/31/13 12:53 PM → Iranian Pastor Writes from Prison Pastor Farshid Fathi is a Christian Believer incarcerated in Iran's most notorious prison. He is serving a six-year sentence and has been separated from his family and loved ones for three years. His crime is his Christian faith. Recently, Pastor Farshid wrote the following letter from prison. It is printed with the kind...

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Win 1040 Reporter December 2013

11/26/13 7:55 PM → Growth of Christianity in the 10/40 Window According to a comprehensive report by The Center for the Study of Global Christianity at Gordon Conwell Seminary, fifty-nine percent of all Christian Believers live in the Global South. The Global South includes countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Oceania. This number is projected to increase by 2020 by which...

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Win1040 Reporter November 2013

10/30/13 3:10 PM → Christian Response To The Persecuted A church in Baghdad, Iraq, was bombed five times in the past three years by Islamists. A house church in Guangzhou, China, comes under severe governmental restrictions. Churches and Christian Believers in two-thirds of the world are subject to harrowing intimidation or violent persecution. Persecution comes from hostile...

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Win1040 Reporter September 2013

08/31/13 1:28 PM → Praying Through The Window 9: Global Terrorism and World Religions "Terrorism and radical world religions are driven by demonic forces. Therefore, we must deal with these spiritual issues in prayer." -Beverly Pegues Praying Through The Window 9: Global Terrorism and World Religions is a prayer initiative that confronts spiritual wickedness of...

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Win1040 Reporter August 2013

07/26/13 3:06 PM → Struggle for Independence The history of the Sahrawi people is a centuries-long saga of annexation and subjugation. The Arabs were the first invading power. They ruled the people of Western Sahara from the 1300s to the 1600s. After the Arabs, came the colonizing power–Spain. They stayed until 1975. The final occupiers are the Moroccans. Morocco still continues...

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Win1040 Reporter July 2013

06/28/13 2:18 PM → "Cannon Fodder" and "Sex Slaves": Child Soldiers in Somalia "Cannon Fodder" and "Sex Slaves": Child Soldiers in Somalia What started as an ordinary day at school in one of the towns in Somalia soon became a nightmare. One could have heard a pin drop as the students, fourteen and fifteen-year-old boys, read from the books in front of them. The stillness of the...

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Win 1040 Reporter June 2013

05/29/13 7:04 PM → War Ravaged Syria Bandaging the shrapnel wound of a woman caught in the crossfire, the doctor shook his head in disbelief. He hardly has had any respite since he began volunteering at the hospital in Damascus. In between tending to the incessant line of wounded, he recounted the horror of civil war. "I do not recognize this place anymore," he said before...

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