Lutheran Bishop Amos Elisha Gaya visited Hungary as part of a Leadership Exchange programme organised by the Lutheran World Federation, with the goal of ”exchanging knowledge and sharing the way faith is expressed.” His visit followed the recent visit of Hungarian Lutheran Bishop Tamás Fabinyi to Nigeria. In our interview, we asked him about his experience, about Boko Haram and the sufferings that Christians have to endure in Nigeria.
Today, the first-ever conference on religious freedom to be held at ministerial level began in Washington D.C. It is organized by the US Department of State. Participants today heard speeches from both the US Vice President Mike Pence and the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Hungary is represented at the conference by a delegation led by Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó.
The woman whose prison sentence President Trump commuted this week at the petition of Kim Kardashian West is praising God for her release. In video footage that has rocketed around the Internet, Alice Johnson, 62, who spent more than 21 years imprisoned in a federal correctional facility for her leadership role in a cocaine trafficking operation, gathered around friends and family in Aliceville, Alabama, Wednesday overflowing with joy.
International Christian Concern sat down with Joy Bishara to learn about her experience of being kidnapped by Boko Haram. Joy was one of 276 girls kidnapped from a government secondary school in Chibok, Nigeria in April 2014. She and a friend prayed and were able to escape the same night they were taken. Joy counts the event as the true beginning of her walk with Christ.
Robert Lewandowski almost single-handedly took the Polish national team to the World Cup in Russia. Scoring 16 goals, he became the top scorer in the world cup qualifiers. Besides being a great footballer, this Polish international is also a profoundly religious man and is not ashamed of proclaiming his faith in Jesus Christ.