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American missionary couple shot dead in Haiti

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Pastor Jean Philippe Quetant and his wife Erna Plancher-Quetant were both gunned down in their home while serving as missionaries in Haiti.

The couple was in the process of building a church and orphanage, but a home invasion resulted in their home being ransacked, their belongings stolen, and tragically, both were shot and killed during the invasion.

“It just feels surreal. They could have just taken everything and left them alone, they wouldn’t have done anything,” said their daughter, Tabitha Quetant. “If I could speak to them now, I would just say mom and dad I love you and I thank you so much for the way you raised us.”

The family is still trying to bring the couple home from Haiti, and they’re asking for help.

The beloved couple moved to the United States from Haiti many years ago for a better life. They studied and worked very hard while raising triplets, a son and a daughter. They were the most giving righteous family.

Our father Jean Phillippe was a very well-known Pastor who loved God and his community with all his soul. Jean Phillippe would often wake up nights and pray over their children as they slept. A true protector, loving father. Our mother Erma was a dedicated frontline healthcare worker, working long hours in order to provide for her family. She would come home exhausted but always made sure she had her children ready for church every Sunday and a family dinner prepared every night.

In addition to being loving parents, the couple had a passion for their homeland of Haiti. They sought to “complete their dream” of building a church, orphanage, building a church, and providing new resources to the poverty-stricken nation.

Now, after being tragically murdered, their children are working to get their bodies home to Florida “so the family and children can bury them properly and say their final goodbyes.”

They added that they’re “asking for prayers” during this hard time.

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Iranian Christian Arrested For The Third Time

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Iran – Mary Mohammadi, an Iranian Christian convert and human rights activist, was arrested again on January 18. Mohammadi has been in and out of prison for her identity as a Christian and outspoken activist.

Most recently, she was arrested by the “morality police”, claiming that she improperly wore her hijab, her pants were too tight and her coat was unbuttoned. Iranian officials previously charged her with the same accusations. She spent six months in jail for being a member of a local house church, and also spent time in prison in April 2020 after participating in a peaceful protest.

Despite her good relationship with her employer, she has also been unable to return to work since her release last year. According to Mohammadi, it is clear that her employers receive pressure from intelligence officials to not take her back. Her life has now been interrupted several times for her identity as a Christian, with the Iranian government not allowing her to return to her normal life, even after serving her undeserved prison sentences.
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Woman Leaves Islam After Having Visions of Jesus, Attacked by Husband

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Kenya – On January 13, 2021, Mansitula Buliro experienced visions of Jesus, calling for her to follow Him, amid her Muslim evening prayers. Her husband believed her to be possessed, but she was curious to know who Jesus was.

Buliro inquired about her visions to her Christian neighbor for hours, praying. She knew Jesus was real and put her complete faith in Him. Suddenly a neighbor knocked on the door. He discovered Buliro praying as a Christian and left immediately.

She returned home to an angry husband. “I kept quiet. [He] started slapping and kicking me indiscriminately. I then fell. He went inside the house and came back with a knife and started cutting my mouth, saying, ‘Allahu akbar,’ (God is greater), I am punishing you to not speak about Yeshua in my house. This is a Muslim home!”

Her screams, along with her children’s cries, alarmed the neighbors who stopped the attack. He divorced her on the spot and threatened her he would kill her if she did not leave.

Buliro miscarried her 13-week-old baby as a result of the attack. According to Morning Star News, she lives with a Christian family.
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