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“I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people—for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness. This is good, and pleases God our Savior…” I Timothy 2: 1-3 NIV
Save the Persecuted Christians Leaders to Address Massive Worldwide Epidemic at NRB Convention
National Religious Broadcasters Event Set for Feb. 25-28 in Nashville to Feature Powerful Exhibit ‘Warfare on Women’
WASHINGTON—Leaders from Save the Persecuted Christians (STPC) will be a part of this week’s National Religious Broadcasters “Look Forward” Christian Media Convention in Nashville.
WHO: Save the Persecuted Christians’ Frank Gaffney and Dede Laugesen
WHAT: National Religious Broadcasters Convention
WHERE: Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, 2800 Opryland Drive, Nashville, TN 37214
WHEN: Feb. 26-27 (convention runs Feb. 25-28)
WHY: To share information, resources and action items to address the plight of hundreds of millions of Christians worldwide
HOW: Learn more about the NRB Convention here.
At approximately 4 p.m. CST Wednesday, Feb. 26, Save the Persecuted Christians President and CEO Frank J. Gaffney will make brief remarks to the National Religious Broadcasters Convention just prior to a keynote address by U.S. Attorney General William Barr. Save the Persecuted Christians’ SaveUs Movement’s short video will also play during the afternoon’s program, as well as throughout the convention on the Gaylord Opryland Hotel’s dedicated channel.
Starting on Feb. 26, Save the Persecuted Christians’ powerful traveling exhibit, “Warfare on Women,” will be on display in the Fresh Brew Cafe area of the Exhibit Hall. It documents the terrible techniques used to demean and degrade female believers and to instill fear into the heart of Christian communities. “Warfare on Women” highlights stories of Christian women, from Nigeria, Egypt, Pakistan and elsewhere, who are targeted simply because they follow Jesus.
Particularly noteworthy is the exhibit’s “Kidnapped” banner, which focuses on Nigeria and the abduction of Christian teen Leah Sharibu, in Boko Haram captivity for just over two years. It states: “Nigerian girls are being terrorized and enslaved by three of the world’s most dangerous extremists, including Boko Haram, Islamic State in West Africa Province and Muslim Fulani herdsmen. Thousands of people are reportedly held captive in northern Nigeria and the Middle Belt, where kidnapping and banditry fund the terrorists’ genocidal agendas.”
Gaffney and STPC Executive Director Dede Laugesen will be on hand to answer questions and share information about the two-year-old organization—a bipartisan, multi-faith coalition of nearly 200 civil society, faith and community leaders who advocate for more than 300 million persecuted Christians globally.
The mission of Save the Persecuted Christians is to save lives and save souls by disseminating actionable information about the magnitude of the persecution taking place globally and by mobilizing concerned Americans for the purpose of holding accountable those responsible and imposing costs for their crimes against humanity.
Gaffney will also join Dr. Sean Lin and others in a special presentation sponsored by the Committee on the Present Danger: China in the Gaylord’s Canal A meeting room from 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. CST Wednesday, Feb. 26 to address the Chinese Communist Party’s brutal repression of Christian and other faith communities—including its increasing use of industrial-grade organ harvesting to kill, terrify and oppress their members.
With so much of the world’s Christian population being harassed, tortured, imprisoned and/or murdered for their beliefs, the need has never been greater for the sort of grassroots campaign STPC’s SaveUs Movement is working to foster. Its efforts are modeled after a miraculously successful one that helped free another population suffering from heavy persecution—Soviet Jews—by penalizing those in the Kremlin responsible for such repression. Through this movement, Save the Persecuted Christians endeavors to provide American policymakers with the popular support they need to effect real change worldwide and to alleviate systemically the suffering being experienced by so many of those following Christ.
My Post From Today:
Pray for the soul of America!If this news report doesn’t make your blood boil, check your heart! What are you doing about this? I got sick as I posted this news! Stand up Church!
I am very upset to read all these horrific rape stats, it makes me sick! Satan is having his way with so very many in America. Former New Mexico Rape Suspect Arrested Again
The world’s sin is that it refuses to believe in me. John 16:9
Here in New Mexico, we, I say we, as we are all responsible for the death of God’s babies, over 5,000 were aborted last year! Abortion/Murder/Rape/Drugs/Booze/Violent Crime/Suicide all horrific problems here in New Mexico. I promise you, the Legislature is bragging all they did in the 2020 session, passed a record budget, all that money will not solve these problems. JESUS is the answer.
Our society is failing, take the blinders off! I also posted below about this evil, dirty man Harvey Weinstein. The very sick, sick story of Jeffrey Epstein who had a ranch near New Mexico! SICK! SICK! EVIL! EVIL! Epstein Case
America needs missionaries! No high school pep rally is going to help solve this problem! Only JESUS!Hearts need to be given to JESUS!
God sure has a lot of patience with us!
Harvey Weinstein’s conviction yesterday points to the epidemic of sexual abuse in this country. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one in three women and nearly one in four men have experienced sexual violence involving physical contact; nearly one in five women have experienced completed or attempted rape.
Dr. Jim Denison:
The Bible clearly states that God sides with victims of violence (Psalm 11:5), poverty (Proverbs 17:5), oppression (Psalm 103:6), and racism (Acts 10:34–35). Jesus repeatedly sided with the marginalized (cf. John 4) and victimized (cf. Matthew 8:28–34; Luke 10:25–37).
But as the victimization narrative collides with biblical morality, what will society do?
A person is sexually assaulted every 73 seconds in the U.S. and New Mexico has the No. 7 most rapes per capita in America. The state has 64.6 rapes per 100,000 residents, compared to the national rate of 42.6.
The digital revolution – including dating apps and smartphones — has changed our world for the better but these tools also expose people to new risks, including things like catfishing, scams and, sadly, rape and sexual assault.
SocialCatfish today released a study on States With The Most and Least Rapes in America using FBI Uniform Crime Reporting data from 2019 to rates of rapes and sexual assault in every state and the District of Columbia.
The 10 states with the highest rate of rapes include: Alaska, Michigan, Nevada, Arkansas, Colorado, South Dakota, New Mexico, District of Columbia, Nebraska and Oklahoma.
The 10 states with the lowest rate of rapes include: New Jersey, Mississippi, Connecticut, Georgia, North Carolina, Iowa, Maryland, Maine, New York and Virginia.
Here are additional key national findings:
· The total number of rapes per cities with 1 million people and over was down 5.3%.
· Cities with a population of 500k to 999,999 had a decline of 13.6%.
· Cities with under 10k people experience an increase in reported rapes (1.0%)
· The most significant decline was in the West, where the drop decreased by 9.9%, followed by a decrease in the Midwest (9.3%), then the South (6.6%). The Northeast only experienced a decline of 0.3%.2018 to 2019
- 1 in 6 women have been victims of sexual assaults or attempted assaults.
- Former New Mexico Rape Suspect Arrested Again
Nancy Grace shares disturbing details from Weinstein accuser: ‘When you hear this, you will cringe’
Longtime legal analyst and former prosecutor Nancy Grace blamed the Hollywood community Monday for protecting disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein after he was found guilty by a Manhattan jury of rape and sexual assault.
Read in Fox News: https://apple.news/A7iGEwt6jQ–X2-jJqFAPPA
Judge Napolitano calls Weinstein verdict a ‘monumental setback’ for government
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted to the Harvey Weinstein verdict on “America’s Newsroom” Monday, calling it a “significant victory” for the disgraced movie producer and a “monumental setback” for prosecutors.
Read in Fox News: https://apple.news/AlI5_icsATf-_2pfCsWxpIQ
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