• July 31, 2001
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    "King?s Kids" is bringing Arab believing youth and Messianic youth together as one in Christ. Next month, they travel together on a mission trip to Romania

    Special for Come and See, July 31
    Arab and Jewish Kids join on a mission trip to Romania
  • July 30, 2001
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    Some Christian leaders increase their criticism of Israel's response to Palestinian unrest, angering many in U.S. Jewish community.

    By LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER, Los Angeles Times, July 28, 2001
  • July 03, 2001
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    Powerful political and economic interests - Israeli and Palestinian - have an interest in the outcome of the elections of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchy

    By Danny Rubinstein, Haaretz, Tuesday, July 3, 2001
    Unholy interests in a church election
  • June 07, 2001
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    After 17 years in the Emirates,a British preacher talks how the Christian community grew from one tiny church in 1984 to serving a Friday turnout of 20,000 from 86 congregations who worship in 32 languages

    By Joanna Langely, Gulf News,2nd June,2001
    Departing reverend looks back on moments of turbulence
  • June 05, 2001
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    Over 117 million people have accepted Christ after watching the Jesus film, where Brian Deacon stepped into the role of Jesus Christ on over 20 years ago on location in the Middle East.

    Christianity.com, June 4, 2001
    Millions of people came to know Jesus through Brian Deacon
  • April 22, 2001
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    In the midst of persecution, Christians in Sudan make up one of the fastest growing churches in the world. It is the only Islamic country with millions of evangelical Christians, and the church is growing about 10 percent each year

    Religion today,April 23, 2001

  • April 18, 2001
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    10,000 Christians live in Jerusalem but 17 churches represented there continue to exert a powerful influence on the politics of the city and own much of the property.

    By Harvey Morris in Jerusalem, Financial Times Published: April 13 2001

  • April 13, 2001
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    Among the Jewish groups observing passover are Messianic Jews who see in it a reflection of God's salvation through Jesus as the messiah.
    CBN,April 11, 2001
  • April 04, 2001
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    In a new study by Professor Dudley Woodberry from Fuller, he shows some reasons Moslems choose to follow Jesus
    Religion Today,April 11, 2001
  • April 03, 2001
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    The Samaritans , best known for the parable of the Good Samaritan, total now 636 and are geographically split between Israel and the Palestinian authority.
    Washington Post Foreign Service Monday, April 9, 2001; Page A13