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14-Year-Old Christian Girl From Pakistan Granted Asylum In Canada After Being Framed For A Crime She Did Not Commit And Facing The Death Penalty

June 30, 2013

Rimsha Masih

14-year-old Pakistani girl, Rimsha Masih, has been granted asylum in Canada, after her neighbor lied to officials stating she had burned the pages of the Islamic book the Qu’ran, making her eligible for execution. After death threats and arrest, Masih was found to be innocent. The Canadian government has graciously granted Masih and her family asylum in Canada, where they have begun a new life. Compendius wishes the Masih family the very best. May God be with you always.

Malala Yousufzai has been granted asylum in Britain, after the Taliban tried to murder the young Muslim woman for seeking an education

Rimsha is now going to school in Canada, something forbidden by terrorists groups in Pakistan, who also tried to murder 15-year-old Malala Yousufzai for seeking an education. Everyone in society should be free to pursue an education. Women are not property, but people entitled to human rights.

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Judge Sides With Cheerleaders In Bible Banner Lawsuit

May 31, 2013

Student painting Christian banners for football games

A Texas judge has ruled cheerleaders are allowed to display banners with Bible verses at football games. Initially the school district barred the practice and was sued as a result of their decision. However, a ruling by State District Judge Steven Thomas has struck down the district’s rule, granting students the ability to display the banners, as it is their constitutional right.

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Judge rules for cheerleaders in Bible banner suit

8, 2013 | Updated: May 8, 2013 8:48pm – HOUSTON (AP) — A judge ruled Wednesday that cheerleaders at a Southeast Texas high school can display banners emblazoned with Bible verses at football games. But the ruling might not have settled the issue of whether the banners are protected free speech, according to an attorney for the cheerleaders’ school district.

State District Judge Steven Thomas determined the Kountze High School cheerleaders’ banners are constitutionally permissible. In the ruling, Thomas determined that no law “prohibits cheerleaders from using religious-themed banners at school sporting events.”…

http://www.chron.com

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Liberal Group Seeks To Stifle Religious Freedom At The Pentagon Targeting Christian Soldiers

April 30, 2013

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The liberal organization the Military Religious Freedom Foundation is attempting to suppress free speech at the U.S. Pentagon. The Constitution guarantees free speech, but the organization is targeting Christian soldiers for court martialiing if they speak of their faith in God. This is an abuse of soldiers’ civil rights that is unconstitutional.

Could Christian Chaplains Be Silenced Under Pentagon Rules? Military Policy Bans Religious Proselytizing

April 30th, 2013 at 03:13 PM | – Religious liberty groups have grave concerns after they learned the Pentagon is vetting its guide on religious tolerance with a group that compared Christian evangelism to “rape” and advocated that military personnel who proselytize should be court martialed.

The Military Religious Freedom Foundation is calling on the Air Force to enforce a regulation that they believe calls for the court martial of any service member caught proselytizing.

President Mikey Weinstein and others from his organization met privately with Pentagon officials on April 23. He said U.S. troops who proselytize are guilty of sedition and treason and should be punished – by the hundreds if necessary – to stave off what he called a “tidal wave of fundamentalists.”…

http://www.redstate.com

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Christians Are Being Persecuted And Killed In Nigeria

 April 30, 2013

Nigeria

For the past couple years, Compendius has written about the persecution and killing of Christians in select parts of the world. As Christians we must all embrace each others’ struggle and pray and proactively work to improve things for our brothers and sisters in the faith worldwide.

The terrorist group Boko Haram has been slaughtering Christians in Nigeria in big numbers, in conduct that must desist. Nigeria is half Christian and half Muslim. According to the Baptist Press, “The publicly reported Christian casualties in Nigeria last year were greater than the Christian casualties of Pakistan, Syria, Kenya and Egypt combined. In fact, Nigeria alone accounted for almost 70 percent of Christians killed globally. This makes Nigeria the most lethal country for Christians by a huge margin.”

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Persecution of Nigeria’s Christians

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Easter Celebrated Around The World (2013)

March 31, 2013

Christians have been celebrating Easter all over the world in wonderful ways. The video posted above gives a sampling of the global festivities.

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Christian Films Are In Demand And Doing Well

March 31, 2013

NBC News has done a video feature on the resurgence of Christian based films, which are doing well in the ratings. With epics such as The Ten Commandments and Passion Of The Christ setting the standard, more and more filmmakers are filming Bible based films.

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Christians Need To Create Blogs To Encourage People Who Are Hurting And Suffering

February 28, 2013

Blogs have become an important communications outlet, allowing everyday people to reach the world via the written word. Many successfully blogs started from nothing and grew into worldwide sites, due to the impact of what was written.

Christians should make use of this wonderful tool, via sites such as Blogger and WordPress (templates are available) creating blogs to share the faith and inspire hope in others. With so many people in the world hurting from the troubles of life, a good word in season, via blogs sharing hope and faith, will encourage those who are struggling, while edifying others.

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Voters Need To Stand Up For The Faith In The November 2012 U.S. Presidential Election

 October 31, 2012

On election day it will be Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney

The upcoming U.S. presidential election scheduled for November 6, 2012, will be an important make or break one for America, due to the terrible state of the economy and the global suffering that has ensued.

There are other items at stake as well, such as matters of the faith. Incumbent Barack Obama, began as a moderate when he assumed office, but quickly began showing open hostility regarding Christianity and Judaism. Judea-Christian values have been dealt a political blow under his administration and this must stop.

A president should show kindness, respect and courtesy to people of all faiths and backgrounds, not strive to diminish or usurp the rights of others, in favor of his own personal views. President Obama has displayed a open contempt for Christianity and Judaism (and Israel) that is not befitting any U.S. president.

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Christians In America Hold A Massive Rally For The Nation

September 30, 2012

Christians held a massive two day “America For Jesus 2012″ rally in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Independence Mall, to pray for the nation ahead of the November 6 presidential election.  America has hit a number of lows over the past several years and the rally is aimed at uplifting the country. Thousands turned out for the rally each day, which is being labeled a success.

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Questions About Mitt Romney’s Religion Vs. Obama’s Beliefs Still An Important Election Issue

 August 31, 2012

Mitt Romney and running mate Paul Ryan

Questions still linger in the 2012 presidential election in America about candidate Mitt Romney’s religion, Mormonism and what Mormons believe. They do believe in Jesus, but their religion has an additional person named as a prophet and messenger of Christ (Joseph Smith).

Barack Obama and VP Joe Biden

Questions also surround President Obama, due to his slip ups in interviews, leading many to believe he is Muslim and not Christian as he states, which is being labeled dishonesty to get in office on his part. Since he has attained office, President Obama’s choices and tone has been adversarial towards Christians and Christianity on the whole. Romney has not made such statements or acted in a manner against the faith. Neither has his running mate, Paul Ryan.

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