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Christian organizations in the United States declare solidarity with Christians in India

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“The great moral evil that will be remembered in the year 2022 is the persecution of the millions of Christians in India,” declared Fr. Steve Macias, a priest in the Reformed Episcopal Church, as he joined fellow clergy-members to raise awareness about the escalating persecution of Indian Christians. “The religious persecution that many Christians refuse to look at, refuse to pay attention to, refuse to stand up for, refuse to be advocates for.”

Six clergy and one lay-leader representing seven different churches and ministries from five separate traditions — Anglican, Baptist, Evangelical, Lutheran, and Pentecostal — attended the 24 February event hosted by Bethel Lutheran in Roseville, CA. Pastor Eric Eurén of Riverside Christian Church noted that, when he raises the issue of Indian Christian persecution with colleagues, “many of them are shocked to hear that there is Christian persecution going on in India.” Yet, referencing India’s ruling Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party, Pastor Paul Sunkari of Indian Christian Church of Sacramento explained, “The persecution has increased four-fold since the time when BJP has taken over the country, and it’s going to increase more, and it’s continuing.”

Father Joshua Lickter of the Anglican Church in North America recalled how his congregation helped organize a vigil for Pastor Sultan Masih after he was assassinated outside his Punjab, India church in 2017.

“There’s a hurricane-level right now cultural storm that’s brewing in India, and it’s one that could potentially decimate the Indian Christian population,” said Lickter. “Things were bad when Pastor Masih was killed. I mean, the situation wasn’t exactly ideal in India at that time. But since then, things have gotten so much worse…. Extreme religious leaders in India right now are advocating, they’re telling their people to go out and harm Christians, burn churches, degrade their religious icons, do all kinds of horrible, atrocious things.”

Eurén described how, because his father owned a jewelry company that did extensive business in India, it gave him a chance from a young age to become familiar with the country and its people. “I know that the India of the 1980s, 1990s is very different from the India of today,” he said. “My experience is, from the people suffering persecution, their number one request is for prayer. That is often followed by the comment: ‘Why are none of our brothers and sisters in Christ in America talking about what’s going on in India?’”

The general lack of awareness was highlighted in opening remarks by Pieter Friedrich, a freelance journalist who set the stage by describing how the rise of Hindu nationalism has impacted Indian Christians. “Persecution of Indian Christians is skyrocketing, but we here in America generally remain not only unaware of the severity of the situation, but are all too often — especially as American Christians — totally ignorant of the reality that there is even any persecution occurring at all,” said Friedrich. Describing how the persecution is perpetrated by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) or its affiliates, he noted that the BJP is the political wing of the RSS. The RSS, he said, is a paramilitary with historical links to the fascist movements of Europe. The organization believes that only Hindus have a birthright to Indian citizenship and views Christians as well as Muslims as “traitors” because they choose not to be Hindus.

“This is the ideology of the paramilitary whose political wing, the BJP, has been in complete control of India since 2014,” warned Friedrich. “Every year since 2014, the total number of violent incidents reported against Indian Christians has increased, reaching an all-time high in 2021 of 505 attacks.” Adding that most of these were mob attacks, he pointed to how Open Doors USA, a nonprofit monitoring persecution of Christians around the world, has ranked India as the 10th most dangerous country in which to be a Christian every year since 2019.

“Notably, while there are nine other countries where persecution of Christians does rank higher, India has three distinguishing factors from them all,” explained Friedrich. “First, it is the only legitimate, officially secular democracy on the list; second, as the second-most populated country in the world, its population is more than twice that of all the other nine combined; third, it is the only country which is an ally of the United States.”

“There is a difference between a Christian in the United States and a Christian in India,” said Macias. “We have the use of our freedom to advocate for those who have no voice. We have the use of our freedom to speak for those who are silenced by violence, by economic oppression, by political movements that would like to see them either not worship or not live in their nation.”

He continued: “The reason why I am here today is because what we are recognizing is a great evil: the persecution of religious minorities, specifically the Christians who are being attacked, and mobbed, beaten, and robbed because of their religious affiliation. We have a responsibility to contend against such evil…. Not only are we to see it, recognize it, hear it, but we are to make no peace with oppression. Make no peace. As a Christian, I pray this wholeheartedly: make no peace with oppression, make no peace with those who hold the idea that Hindu is the faith of all people, make no peace with those who say that their political nationalism must be oppressive towards all people, make no peace with the oppression that says we cannot fully express who we are.”

“We never felt threatened because of the religion,” said Sunkari about growing up in India. “We never felt constrained to express who we are as Christians.” Lamenting that “those good old days have gone,” he explained, “Looking at the past eight years or so, whenever I hear the news about persecution, I feel sad, I feel agitated, I feel I need to do something about it. But it is primarily not because I’m an Indian, because I was born and raised in India. That is one of the reasons. But primarily, they are my brothers and sisters in Christ.”

“We are all connected with Christ as head,” concluded Sunkari. “We are one body. If my pinky gets hurt, my whole body notices it. Suffers. So if one person somewhere in India gets hurt, we should feel it, because we are all connected as one body in Christ. It is my humble request and appeal to all of you to educate people about what is going on and expose these militant organizations.” Calling for international attention to the issue, he added, “We need to have advocacy. We need to raise our voice, and we need to bring it up. This is where the American Church comes into play.”

The theme uniting the speeches by all clergy was a consensus both that the American Church knows very little about the persecution of their brothers and sisters in India as well as that there’s a duty for them to begin learning about, praying for, and speaking about it.

Pastor Wally Magdangal of Christians in Crisis delivered a powerful testimony about how, after 11 years leading the largest underground church in Saudi Arabia, he was arrested and sentenced to death in 1992 only to be miraculously given a reprieve at the last minute. “I’m alive today, I live in the most prosperous, most freedom-loving people on the planet Earth, all because of prayers,” declared Magdangal. “During my incarceration, I was sentenced to die, I was on death row, I was tortured every day, but at the closing of my days approaching to the day of execution, there was a global prayer network. It started in Arabia. Saudi Arabia’s secret followers of Christ were our number one prayer partners. They were praying for my freedom. For my release from the death sentence.”

Yet Magdangal had strong words for the Church in America. “I traveled all over the fifty states,” he said. “My message was only one: Jesus Christ and the persecuted Church. I tell you this, less than one percent were interested. Mind you, I drew big crowds — anywhere from 1,000 to 100,000 in America — and yet nobody came back to us to support the persecuted Church.” Noting that God works through prayers, he concluded, “The increase of persecution is simply the fact and the reality that not many care and pray for Christians in crisis situations. That’s the simple truth.”

“Prayer is the fundamental, the first thing that we should do when it comes to this news of persecution,” said Sunkari. He was echoed by Lickter, who stated, “We need to pray faithfully for the persecuted Church in India. And more than that, we need to educate our colleagues and our parishioners…. We need to get the word out so that people realize what’s happening in India right now.”

“The members of the body in India that are facing persecution are equally as important as any other member of the body of Christ in America, and when one member of the body is suffering, all the members of the body are affected,” exhorted Eurén. “We need to have the same compassion, love, tenderness, zeal for each other that we have for other members in our own families, our blood relatives. That is the level that we should be praying for, and speaking up, and letting other people know about the persecution that’s going on in India. So that is my calling and request of you: to actively engage in prayer.”

Carmon Conover, a local marriage and family therapist, emceed the event. “I can’t image the trauma lived by those faithful Christians who have experienced this persecution or witnessed it happening to their brothers and sisters in Christ,” she said. “I am trained to use many interventions to relieve the suffering of my clients. The most powerful intervention, however, and this is confirmed by many studies of the efficacy of therapeutic interventions, is being a witness to their story and sitting with them as they tell it. The power of being seen is one of the most effective things we can offer to those who suffer.”

Speaking directly to the Church in India, Lickter stated, “If there are any Indian Christians who hear me right now, I want you to know that you’re not suffering alone. We hear you, we’re praying for you, and we’re standing in solidarity with you.”

“It’s been wonderful to hear the various perspectives on what’s happening in India tonight,” he added. “It’s been educational. It’s also been a little bit emotional. And I’m just thrilled that there are people willing to gather and to speak up about this. Our numbers might seem small tonight, but, you know, Jesus started with 12, right, and the entire world was ultimately impacted by those 12 people. So don’t lament our smallness in numbers. Let’s take action together, let’s be faithful in prayer, and let’s lean upon the Lord and trust that He will take care of the situation and multiply awareness. And we can be agents that He will use to bring about change.”

“Persecuted Christians matter to God,” said Magdangal. “If they matter to Him, they should matter to us.” He concluded, “I pray to God that this will grow in momentum. What you started tonight, I pray to God that this will be used by the Lord to recruit more Christians to pray for our brothers and sisters from India. We’re talking about one nation, but there are many throughout the world.”

Pastor Carolyn Brodt of Bethel Lutheran, who provided the venue, noted how happy she was at the opportunity to host a “clergy event for solidarity with the persecuted Church in India.” Brother Sam Benet of New Testament Church closed the event in prayer, specifically praying for the “extremists,” the RSS, and the BJP, an echo of Lickter’s opening prayer, in which he asked that God would not only “encourage the persecuted Church” in India” but also “change the hearts of those leading the persecution.”
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Church mourns pastor, wife who died trying to save son from drowning at the beach

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A Brazilian church is mourning the loss of a pastor and his wife, who died attempting to save their teenage son from drowning at the beach.

Felisberto Sampaio, 43, and his wife, Inalda Sampaio, 42, saw their 13-year-old son, Ian Sampaio, struggling in the water at Camacari Beach in Brazil on Jan. 10. The couple entered the ocean to rescue the boy, but they failed to reach him.

As Brazilian news outlet Universo Online reported, the incident occurred around 10 a.m., citing the Civil Police, who reported that the boy was rescued by a fisherman and another family member while his parents were not pulled from the water in time.

The Fire Department confirmed to UOL that the two victims were removed from the water. The department attempted to revive them, eventually declaring the couple dead at the scene.

The Sampaio family was from the city of Campina Grande in Brazil, and the father had been a pastor for 12 years at the Assembly of God Church in Quixaba, Paraíba, according to The Daily Mail. The family was spending a couple of days in the Paraíba city of Lucena.

Members of the church mourned the couple’s death, as well as Leonardo Meneses, a pastor at a church that the family had frequently attended.

“I know that the circumstances are painful and difficult for us to understand. Only eternity will explain all the mysteries of life,” Meneses said

The couple’s oldest son, Issac Sampaio, told TV Borborema on Jan. 11 that he planned to visit his parents before their tragic deaths. The eldest child said he last saw his parents on Jan. 8.

“The thing that goes through people’s minds is that it’s a lie,” he said.
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NAMB church planter Clint Clifton dies in plane crash: ‘His passion for the kingdom was always on display’

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Clint Clifton, a church planter with the North American Mission Board, tragically died in a plane crash in Georgia on Thursday at the age of 43, sparking an outpouring of grief from the church planting community.

In an email sent to NAMB and Send Network staff and missionaries, NAMB President Kevin Ezel revealed Clifton died in a small plane crash in north Georgia on Thursday evening. Clifton was the only person in the plane and was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, according to the Dawson County News.

“God generously gifted Clint in so many ways. He had a pastor’s heart and was a talented church planter with a passion for reaching people for Christ. He loved what we do here at NAMB and poured his heart and life into it. We miss him already and he leaves a void that can’t be filled,” Ezel wrote.

“As we pray for and encourage Clint’s family and closest friends, let’s all take care of each other as we walk through the grief and shock of this moment. Nothing can prepare you for news like this, but we have a Savior who will carry us and sustain us in the days ahead.”

According to Dawson County News, the crash occurred Thursday evening but was not reported until Friday morning. Clifton was reportedly in his personal plane when the accident occurred.

Clifton and his wife, Jennifer, had been married since 2000 and had five children: Noah, Ruthe, Isaiah, Betchina and Moses. Clifton hosted the New Churches podcast and served in numerous ministry positions throughout the Southeast prior to planting Pillar Church in Dumfries, Virginia, where he served as an elder, according to Baptist Press.

In a letter sent to the members of Pillar Church, Colby Garman, teaching pastor of Pillar Church, said the news of Clifton’s death comes as a “tidal wave of sorrow” to both the church and his family.

“There are not adequate words to express the feeling of loss that they have experienced. In addition to being a great pastor he was a better husband and father,” he said.

“We share in the sorrow and loss with them not only because in Christ we have been made family together but also because of the powerful and practical impact Clint’s life has had on all of us. He was a special person that we are going to miss so deeply. It is impossible to imagine Pillar Church without his unique passion and joyful presence.”

In a social media post on Friday night, pastor and author David Platt mourned Clifton’s passing.

“Words can’t express the respect I have for Clint as a husband, dad, church planter, & friend. I’m stunned & really sad. And I really long for the day when news like this is no more,” he wrote. “Please pray for Clint’s amazing wife, Jennifer, & their incredible kids.”

Trevin Wax, NAMB vice president for research and resource development, said his team was “stunned” by the loss.

“Clint was a gifted leader who loved pouring his life into mentoring and resourcing church planters. His passion for the kingdom was always on display, and he devoted ceaseless energies into seeing pastors strengthened and equipped for mission.”

In a recent Instagram post, Clifton revealed he was gearing up for the release of a new book titled How to Start a Residency, which he said answers nine practical questions about turning everyday members into ministry leaders.”

In a 2014 interview with The Christian Post, Clifton shared his passion for bringing the Gospel to underserved communities and areas resistant to the Good News.

“The truth is, lost people don’t see a need for new churches so the communities are always resistant to churches, especially churches that are clear on the Gospel,” said Clifton. “It’s an uphill battle planting churches in a city that doesn’t see a use for them. The challenges are numerous, the city is expensive, the culture is diverse but Jesus saves. His Gospel is powerful and will grow wherever it’s planted.”

In his email, Garman reminded Pillar Church members that as believers, they “do not sorrow as those without hope.”

“As you process this news I would encourage you to bring your sorrows to the Lord and share the burden with one another,” he wrote. Share stories together of Clint’s impact on your life, give fresh consideration to the purpose God has given each of your lives, and endeavor to make the most of the moments God has given us to walk together.”
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ബോസ്റ്റണ്‍: പൈശാചിക പ്രവര്‍ത്തികള്‍ക്കെതിരെയുള്ള പ്രതിഷേധത്തിനിടെ ചരിത്രത്തിലെ ഏറ്റവും വലിയ സാത്താന്‍ ആരാധകരുടെ സമ്മേളനം നടത്തുമെന്ന് അമേരിക്കയിലെ സാത്താനിക് ടെംപിളിന്റെ പ്രഖ്യാപനം. തങ്ങളുടെ വെബ്സൈറ്റിലൂടെയാണ് സാത്താന്‍ ആരാധകര്‍ ഈ പ്രഖ്യാപനം നടത്തിയിരിക്കുന്നത്. ഏപ്രില്‍ 28 മുതല്‍ 30 വരെ മസാച്ചുസെറ്റ്സിലെ ബോസ്റ്റണില്‍ ‘സാത്താന്‍കോണ്‍ 2023’ സംഘടിപ്പിക്കുമെന്നാണ് ഇവരുടെ പ്രഖ്യാപനം. ‘ഹെക്സെന്‍നാഷ്ട് ഇന്‍ ബോസ്റ്റണ്‍’ (ബോസ്റ്റണിലെ ദുര്‍മന്ത്രവാദികളുടെ രാത്രി) എന്നതാണ് കോണ്‍ഫറന്‍സിന്റെ പ്രമേയം. രോഗികളില്‍ നിന്നും ദുരാത്മാക്കളെ ഒഴിവാക്കുന്നതില്‍ പ്രസിദ്ധയായ ജര്‍മ്മനിയിലെ വാല്‍ബുര്‍ഗ വിശുദ്ധയായി പ്രഖ്യാപിക്കപ്പെട്ടതിന്റെ വാര്‍ഷികമാണ് മെയ് 1. ഇതിന്റെ തൊട്ടുതലേന്നാള്‍ വരെ പൈശാചികമായ കൂട്ടായ്മ നടത്താനാണ് ഇവരുടെ പദ്ധതി.

ഈ മാസം ആദ്യം ‘സാത്താന്‍കോണ്‍ 2023’യുടെ പരസ്യം ഇന്‍സ്റ്റാഗ്രാമിലും പ്രത്യക്ഷപ്പെട്ടിരുന്നു. സംഘടനയുടെ പത്താമത് വാര്‍ഷികത്തോട് അനുബന്ധിച്ച് നടക്കുന്ന ഈ കോണ്‍ഫറന്‍സ് സാത്താന്‍ ആരാധകരുടെ ചരിത്രത്തിലെ ഏറ്റവും വലിയ കോണ്‍ഫറന്‍സായിരിക്കുമെന്നും, കോണ്‍ഫറന്‍സിന്റെ ഭാഗമായി സാത്താന്‍ ആരാധനയും, സാത്താനിക ചര്‍ച്ചകളും, സാത്താനിക മാര്‍ക്കറ്റും ഉണ്ടായിരിക്കുമെന്നും പരസ്യത്തില്‍ പറയുന്നു. ഇതിന്റെ ഭാഗമായി പുറത്തുവിട്ട വീഡിയോയില്‍ “സിക്കുട്ട് മാട്രിബസ് സിറ്റ് സാത്താന നോബിസ്” (സാത്താന്‍ നമുക്ക് അമ്മയേപ്പോലെ ആകട്ടെ) എന്ന പരസ്യവാചകമാണ് ഉപയോഗിച്ചിരിക്കുന്നത്.

നേരത്തെ ‘ക്രിസ്ത്യന്‍ സംഘടനയെ പതാക ഉയര്‍ത്തുന്നതിന് വിലക്ക് ഏര്‍പ്പെടുത്തിയ ബോസ്റ്റൺ നഗരസഭയുടെ നടപടി റദ്ദ് ചെയ്ത അമേരിക്കന്‍ സുപ്രീം കോടതിവിധിയെത്തുടര്‍ന്ന്‍ ബോസ്റ്റണ്‍ സിറ്റി ഹാളില്‍ തങ്ങളുടെ പതാക ഉയര്‍ത്തുവാന്‍ അനുവാദം നല്‍കണമെന്ന് ആവശ്യപ്പെട്ടുകൊണ്ട് സാത്താന്‍ ആരാധകര്‍ അപേക്ഷ സമര്‍പ്പിച്ചിരുന്നു. എന്നാല്‍ ബോസ്റ്റണ്‍ സിറ്റി ഇത് തള്ളി. ഇതിന്റെ കൂടെ വെളിച്ചത്തിലാണ് പൈശാചിക സമ്മേളനം നടക്കുക. സ്കൂള്‍ വിദ്യാര്‍ത്ഥികളില്‍ സാത്താനിക വിഷം കുത്തിവെക്കുക എന്ന ലക്ഷ്യത്തോടെ നടപ്പിലാക്കിയ ആഫ്റ്റര്‍ സ്കൂള്‍ പരിപാടികള്‍ക്കും, ആഫ്റ്റര്‍ സ്കൂള്‍ സാത്താന്‍ ക്ലബ്ബിനുമെതിരെ കടുത്ത വിമര്‍ശനം ഉയര്‍ന്നിരിന്നു. ഇതിനിടെയാണ് പൈശാചിക സമ്മേളനവും ഒരുങ്ങുക. വരും നാളുകളില്‍ ഇതിനെതിരെ വ്യാപക പ്രതിഷേധം ഉയരുമെന്നാണ് നിരീക്ഷിക്കപ്പെടുന്നത്.
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