( Note from Jan: It is grievous to report on a dark story but until the church becomes aware of this 21st-century holocaust, it is not likely to improve. My thanks to Jill Martin Rische for exposing it. I have been receiving personal updates from Pastor Gabriel Joubert in South Africa who airs “Understanding the Times” radio weekly. He says the program is a lifeline for them and they cling to the blessed hope. Please care about this tragedy and act as Jill Martin Rische has suggested below.)
Fox News ran coverage recently of the shocking events in South Africa. As an end time scenario, it was almost apocalyptic. Any land belonging to whites — including Jews — must be taken from them without compensation. Death is a weapon they won’t rule out, with members of the racist African National Congress (ANC) government calling for the execution of anyone who is white.
At political rallies, they dance to songs of “death to whites” while jobs are given to blacks under the Black Economic Empowerment law and whites are forced into ghettos. Meanwhile, America forbids immigration and stands on the sidelines, sending $350 million a year to the ANC fascist government. This is South Africa today…. more
Keep these people in your prayers! Lord help them, save them, give them courage and help them get out.
A shocking 225 Christians were massacred in Nigeria in March by the radical Fulani herdsmen, according to a watchdog group. Yet the Nigerian government and Western media are failing to take adequate notice of the severity of the escalating crisis, the group said.
International Christian Concern, which monitors attacks on Christians around the world and has been shining a focus on Nigeria, said last week that followers of Christ suffered 27 attacks by the Fulani in March alone.
The raids, mostly in the Plateau and Taraba states, led to the deaths of 225 Christians, along with the destruction of homes and and displacement of thousands of families…. more
VIENNA, VA. — Czech missionary Petr Jasek shared Saturday how God spared him from waterboard torture at the hands of Islamic State extremists and eventually used him to lead fellow inmates to Christ during his 14-month imprisonment in Sudan.
For the first time since he was released from a Sudanese prison last year, the Africa regional director for Voice of the Martyrs detailed the horrifying story of his detainment at one of the mission organization’s all-day conferences in the United States.
Jasek was among a handful of Christians who shared their testimonies before hundreds gathered at the McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Virginia for the VOM Advance Conference.
Jasek told the audience that he is “living proof that our Lord answers our prayers.”… more
Alarming reports are coming out of Africa that a 50-foot-deep crack that has developed in the earth across many miles actually could end up – eventually – splitting the continent into two parts.
The crack has appeared along Kenya’s Great Rift Valley, and runs from Somalia, in the northeast part of the continent, hundreds of miles down to South Africa, they say.
CBS explained it opened “suddenly” and “many scientists believe it could end up breaking Africa’s continent apart.
The Washington Examiner say scientists suggest it is an indication of tectonic plate movement.
CBS quoted Smithsonian geologist Ben Andrews with the comment, “We’re seeing a crack that in all likelihood formed over many thousands of years or hundreds of thousands of years.”… more
We do not know when or if this will take place but it is very interesting. We can tell you that during the tribulation a lot is going to occur that no one will be prepared for.
One-night last month, one of the world’s most famous landmarks, the Colosseum in Rome, glowed red. According to Vatican News, officials bathed the ancient arena in red light “as a sign of solidarity with all those who are persecuted for their faith.”
Before now, had you heard about that? Usually, western media outlets look for stories with dramatic imagery. The Colosseum’s famous silhouette, bathed in red against a stark, black backdrop, would seem to fit the bill. They also love a story with a good twist. Officials used the Colosseum, once a symbol of Christian persecution, to strike a blow against such persecution. But despite an interesting, ready-made story, the media paid little attention.
To cover it would mean admitting that there is a story here. And once they admit that, they will have to explain that the story is huge and ongoing — especially in Nigeria. Giulio Meotti, writing for the Gatestone Institute, said, “The West does not seem to care about the ongoing Islamic terrorist genocide on Africa’s biggest Christian population in Nigeria.”… more
I have written many articles about the genocide which is happening in South Africa. White farmers and their families are being massacred and the government of S. Africa is not just turning a blind eye – many are condoning and encouraging this evil!!
New South African Leader Calls for Cutting the Throat of Whiteness
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Six pastors have been arrested and accused of “masterminding” a ploy to disobey the Rwandan government’s order to shut down over 700 churches in one province.
The pastors were alleged to have held “illegal meetings with bad intentions”, the BBC reported.
The churches in the central province of Kigali were ordered to halt operations until they meet building regulations, safety and hygiene standards, and pollution laws, according to South Africa-based News24.
Rwanda National Police spokesperson Theos Badage told journalists on Monday, 5 March, that the six “ring leaders” were aiming to mobilise other clergy against the authorities. It is not clear when the arrested clergymen will appear in court…. more
Beautifully Broken – a riveting true story of three families, seemingly worlds apart, each facing a crisis beyond its control. Each father is forced to make difficult decisions, setting in motion a series of events that leads to their lives becoming intertwined in ways they could have never imagined. Along the way, they learn firsthand the healing power of forgiveness and reconciliation.
Beautifully Broken is the true story of three families, from different countries, each struggling to find hope and safety amid the devastation of war. Their lives become intertwined, realizing that helping others can change the world around them and the world within them. Action begins the journey with a father, William Mwizerwa, fleeing the dangers of the Rwandan Genocide. Running with his wife and daughter, they narrowly escape death from machete and gun wielding soldiers.
Finally entering a Kenyan refugee camp, William learns of a program that can take him to America; however, he must go alone to establish residency first. Despite his reluctance to leave his family in Kenya, he and his wife decide they must try this unpredictable plan. Once in America, William meets another father facing his own challenges. Randy Hartley is a family man, driven to succeed in business at all costs; however, his faith is tested as his daughter, Andrea, rebels against he and his wife. Andrea’s changing attitude is a result of a secret tragedy that she will only reveal to a pen pal that happens to be a Rwandan girl, Umuhoza.
As Randy and William grow in friendship, they inspire and try to help one another keep their families together over several trials. Ultimately the men develop an outreach center helping other refugee families from war torn countries, which eventually brings William’s wife and daughter to America. Yet even as William’s family reunites, Randy’s world is crumbling. He confides in William, asking him to take his family to Rwanda in hopes that his daughter will open up once again after meeting her Rwandan pen pal. Reluctantly, William returns to Rwanda where the dangers of the past haunt his family, yet also bring answers and redemption from the 1990s genocide.
As the film concludes, Randy and William’s families surprise Umuhoza and her parents at a coming of age celebration for the young girl, allowing Andrea to meet the pen pal who changed her life. Themes of forgiveness and reconciliation bring an emotional ending as William discovers the militia soldier who saved his family during the war, acknowledging that if everyone believed in the concept of “an eye for an eye” the whole world would go blind. by IMDB