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Due to security concerns, the location of this country cannot be disclosed.For someone who has never been outside of America, I was pumped up about going on my first mission trip overseas. Before the journey, our group went through an intensive preparation course. This course required us to grow in our faith, prepare our armor, and know the laws of the land we were traveling to. We had to practice praying with our eyes open, talk in coded language, and have the ability to detect undercover law enforcement.The country that we were going to was not Christian-friendly, to put it mildly. We were officially traveling as tourists in a hiking club. We would need to constantly be alert for authorities that could be following us. Per the country’s laws, we were banned from teaching the Bible or sharing the gospel. Of course, that wasn’t going to stop us.After over 20 hours of flying, we finally arrived at our destination. The very next day, we left the city and went into the outer countryside to start our mission. For the first few days, we stayed in host homes that were a part of small villages on the mountainside. We used translators to speak and encourage believers in their walk with Jesus.After news of our arrival spread, we were constantly stopped and asked to come in to people’s homes so that they could question us about our activities and take a group picture with their phones. It is also important to note that most of these people had other gods in their life. In almost every hut we went into, there were false idols that they would worship. Many people in these communities seemed to mostly put their hope in the local fortune teller.After visiting multiple villages, we then set out to a region that no other group had gone to before us. This area had never even heard the name of Jesus, let alone knew what a Bible was. Due to the threat of being compromised, we simply spoke to the people in this area and did prayer walks. During our prayer walks, we would drop mustard seeds, hoping that the Holy Spirit would fill that area (Matthew 17:20).At the camp, there were undercover officers who posed as fishermen that were sent there by the government to observe our activities and document who we were in contact with. Most of our friends in the country that traveled with us had left so that they would not be endangered.One night, after an interesting encounter with a fortune teller, we arrived back to our camp. Our host, along with the law enforcement officers, told us that our time staying there was over. I had no idea what to expect. I had heard of several stories in the news about Christians being persecuted and had no idea what would happen to us. We immediately thought of the worst possible outcomes. Are they going to arrest us? Will we be able to return home? What will happen to the contacts we made in the area? The authorities then told us that we were required to leave the area immediately, but we had no idea where to go.We loaded up the van and had to leave in the middle of the night to a hotel hours away. To securely inform our church of what had just transpired, we had to talk in the bathroom and turn the water on to avoid eavesdroppers. Eventually, we found out that the government compensated visiting tourists to find out information about us. We eventually left the country without any further problems.On our flight home, I reflected on our journey and prayed that it was not a waste of time. We were all a little discouraged because we did not know why God would send us there only to be shipped right back home again.Several months after we returned home, we got an update from our contact in the country where we had spent our mission trip. Our contact stated that since our departure, hundreds of people had been saved in the same area where we did not even mention the name of Jesus and had merely prayed while dropping mustard seeds. It was awesome to see how God revealed himself through only the faith of a mustard seed!Since then, we continue to pray for the Holy Spirit to move every day in that country. It is obvious from the news that not all stories about international religious persecution end as safely as ours did. You saw what happened with Pastor Brunson. You see what is happening with the persecution of our brothers and sisters by ISIS. You see what is happening in China. We need to remember that we have millions of brothers and sisters in Christ all over the world who risk their freedom and their lives every day, merely for being Christian. I hope that you will join me in praying for the persecuted Christians around the globe.Caleb Seals is an intern at Family Research Council.
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Dear Friends,In recent weeks, as the Democratic Party further entrenches itself in the support of late-term abortion to the point of infanticide, I have often found myself feeling angry and disgusted toward these elected officials who seem so lacking in basic human decency. (If these politicians were standing in the room where a late-term abortion was taking place or where a baby was literally born alive after a failed abortion, would they still hold the same view? One has to wonder…)During such highly-charged emotional times in public life that we are currently in, I’ve found it very easy to demonize and dehumanize these pro-abortion elected officials in my own mind. We human beings have a tendency to condemn without a second thought, and condemnation can quickly become personal. You’ve probably heard it many times before, but it bears repeating: we must condemn actions, not people. But there’s something else we must do as pro-life Christians that goes beyond condemnation of actions, and it’s more important: prayer. Our Savior Himself commanded it: “You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be children of your Father in heaven” (Matthew 5:43-45).Are we praying every day for Andrew Cuomo, for Ralph Northam, for Nancy Pelosi, for Chuck Schumer, for all other elected officials who publicly support abortion, that they will have a change of heart? As Christians, prayer must be our very first impulse whenever we face any kind of challenge, or before we do anything at all, for that matter (1 Thessalonians 5:17). When we feel powerless to affect change for good, prayer gives us peace of mind to know that we are doing something. For we know that God listens to and answers our prayers (1 Peter 3:12).Thank you for your prayers and for your continued support of FRC and the family.Sincerely,Dan Hart Managing Editor for Publications Family Research Council FRC MediaIssue Brief: Rebels Without a Clause: When Senators Run Roughshod Over the "No Religious Test" Clause of the U.S. Constitution – Alexandra McPheeIssue Analysis: Department of Defense on Why Those with “Gender Dysphoria” Are Disqualified from Military Service – Peter SpriggA Christian War Memorial in No Way Violates the Establishment Clause – Alexandra McPheeWhen Free Exercise Comes at a Price – Alexandra McPheeWhat a Title IX Proposal Means for Religious Liberty – Alexandra McPheeDemocratic Congresswoman Condemns Religious Bigotry, Standing up to Her Party in a Rare Act of Courage – David ClossonChris Pratt’s Bible-inspired diet highlights a discipline from a spiritual dimension – Tony PerkinsNew York and Planned Parenthood, a eugenic match made in Heaven – Patrina MosleyThe Conscience of A Nation: Defeating Democrat Extremism – Ken BlackwellTargeting of Karen Pence is wake-up call to all Christians – Travis WeberFRC Speaker Series: Religious Freedom, Trade Talks, and ChinaFRC Speaker Series: Should We Pull Our Kids Out of Public School?FRC Speaker Series: The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies are Destroying Lives – Jennifer Roback MorseParty of “Tolerance” is Intolerant to American’s Views on Late-Term Abortion – Patrina Mosley3 Things to Remember About the Importance of Marriage This Valentine’s Day – Hugh PhillipsWill Women’s Restrooms Be Ruled Obsolete? – Peter SpriggContributors to Sexual Exploitation are Called Out – Patrina MosleyReturn to the Constitution: Judicial Activism or Originalism? – Zachary RogersThe Cost of Sending Your Kids to Public School Just Might Be Their Souls – Cathy Ruse10 Nominees Have Faced Unconstitutional Religious Tests in Less Than 2 Years – Alexandra McPheeMarriage Gives Love a Canvas to Paint On – Dan HartPresident Trump’s Pro-Life Proclamation – David ClossonThe Pro-Infanticide Party – David ClossonHotel Trans: Check In Any Time, But Never Leave – Cathy Ruse Religious LibertyReligious Liberty in the Public SquareThe Ever-Present Totalitarian Temptation – George Weigel, First ThingsVermont discriminates against students of religious high schools, lawsuit claims – Jess Aloe, Burlington Free PressJewish Therapist Sues New York City Over Law Banning Faith-Based LGBT Counseling – Joshua Nelson, The Daily SignalJudge says Tampa ban on conversion therapy may violate therapists' free speech rights – Avery Anapol, The HillInternational Religious FreedomPakistan’s Supreme Court Dismisses Challenge to Asia Bibi Blasphemy Acquittal – Hannah Brockhaus, National Catholic RegisterAsia Bibi stuck in Pakistan, frustrated and afraid amid threats – Brandon Showalter, The Christian PostPhilippine Church Bombing Kills 20 After Vote for Muslim Governance – Kate Shellnutt, Christianity TodayN. Korean Christians keep faith underground amid crackdowns – Hyung-Jin Kim, APMilitary Religious FreedomAmericans Tell Atheists: Keep Your Hands Off Our War Memorials – ToddStarnes.com LifeAbortionOB/GYNs, Nurses Speak Out Against NY Abortion Law: It Is Never Necessary to Kill Baby for Health, Life of Mother – Heather Clark, Christian NewsPlanned Parenthood Made $245 Million Last Year Killing Babies in Abortions – Lauretta Brown, LifeNewsVermont Abortion Bill Goes Further than Virginia and New York’s – Wesley J. Smith, National ReviewNew York, Abortion, and a Short Route to Chaos – Bishop Robert Barron, Word on FireBookstore Owner Makes Viral Statement About New York Abortion Law – Mary Margaret Olohan, The Daily CallerInfanticide Becomes Justifiable – Wesley J. Smith, First ThingsAbortion’s Devastating Impact Upon Black Americans – Arthur Goldberg, Public DiscourseAdoptionMothers Are Killing Babies Who Could Fill The Empty Arms Of Millions Of Loving Couples – Adam Mill, The Federalist FamilyMarriageHow Can Marriage Be Good for Mental Health? – David Levine, U.S. News & World ReportGiving Up Good Things for the Best Things in Marriage – Selena Frederick, Focus on the FamilyResources for Building a Marriage that Lasts – Alysse ElHage, Family StudiesHow We Saved Our Marriage in the Final Hour – Her View From HomeA Finance Guide for Married Couples – Phillip Holmes, The Gospel CoalitionDon’t Put Your Hope in Date Night – Emily Jensen and Laura Wifler, The Gospel CoalitionMore Tips to Promote a Strong Marriage – Jim Graves, National Catholic RegisterMy Husband Isn’t Romantic, But He’s Still Mr. Right – Jenny Albers, Her View From HomeParentingDad—A Girl’s First and Most Influential Love – Timothy Rarick, Family StudiesParental Involvement: How Much Is Too Much? – Child TrendsWhat It’s Like When the Kids Grow Up: A Conversation Between Two Moms – Carolyn Lankford and Anna Meade Harris, rootedWebinar: The Unique Contributions Of Fathers To Their Children’s Development – Institute for Research on PovertyEconomics/EducationDespite Government Shutdown, Job Growth Soars in January – Timothy Doescher, The Daily SignalThe “Green New Deal” Would Only Crush People’s Spirit – Rob Schwarzwalder, The StreamFaith/Character/CultureMarijuana, Mental Illness, and Violence – Alex Berenson, ImprimisThe Internet and Satan’s Game – Bishop Robert Barron, Word on FireYou Don’t Have to Have a Well-Formed Opinion on Everything – Trevin Wax, The Gospel CoalitionPsychology as Indoctrination: Girls Rule, Boys Drool? – Leonard Sax, Family StudiesAre Smartphones and Social Media Hurting Our Kids? – Charles Fain Lehman, Family StudiesA Different Kind of Love – Nancy Flory, The StreamHuman SexualityThe Left is Shunning Liberals With Concerns About Transgender Agenda – Ryan Anderson, The StreamPressure to conform – Jamie Dean, WORLDTrue love waits: Suggestions for a more holistic purity culture – Alex Ward, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionCohabitation Doesn’t Compare: Marriage, Cohabitation, and Relationship Quality – W. Bradford Wilcox, Family Studies6 ways pastors can care for victims of sexual abuse – Trillia Newbell, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionHuman TraffickingHow to Spot Sex Trafficking; Super Bowl Sunday and Beyond – Tiffany Powell, National Center on Sexual ExploitationNevada Has the Highest Rates of an Illegal Sex Trade in the Nation – National Center on Sexual ExploitationPornographyWhat kids aren’t telling parents about porn on social media – Gail Dines, The Boston GlobeSeeing is (Not) Believing: How Viewing Pornography Shapes the Religious Lives of Young Americans – Samuel L. Perry and George M. Hayward, Social ForcesWant To Connect More Deeply With Other People? Consider Quitting Porn – Fight the New Drug
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