According to WND.com, since the 2015 U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized same-sex marriage, at least 15 cases have come to the courts, including the Colorado case where Christian baker Jack Phillips refused to make a wedding cake for a same sex couple. His case eventually won at the Supreme Court.
Most Christians tend to overlook the importance of reading the Bible in their daily lives. While many give little or no significance to the frequent reading of the Scriptures —which are usually freely available to us — others can pay with their lives for possessing or even attempting to read the word of God. It could be said that those who risk persecution by studying the sacred texts value its content more than the rest of us.
Women have spoken about their personal experiences of abortion and the lack of resources and support which led them to the tragic decision. In responses to a survey conducted by the website FemCatholic, women noted a lack of practical information about the support available to young mothers, and also their fear of rejection by family and loved ones.
Media Servis, a Croatian information agency specialized in producing radio programmes about politics, entertainment and sports mainly, hosted Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, Mr Peter Szijjártó. He stayed in Croatia on the occasion of the summit of the Central European Initiative.
Tristan Azbej, Minister of State for the Aid of Persecuted Christians at the Prime Minister’s Office, travelled to Egypt for a three-day visit between 1 and 4 December in order to express in person Hungary’s support for the North African country’s efforts in fighting terrorism and curbing migration, as well as to hand over the Hungarian state and private donations with which Hungarian donors wish to help the family members of victims of the November El Minya bus attack.
Minister of State for the Aid of Persecuted Christians, Dr Tristian Azbej during his visit to Ethiopia, this week, has met Cardinal Berhaneyesus, CM, the Metropolitan Archbishop of Addis Ababa and President of the Catholic Ethiopian Bishops’ Conference (CBEC). Makeda Yohannes – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia