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18 December 2017
Pakistan: Nine killed, dozens wounded in bomb attack on church... MORE

15 December 2017
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15 December 2017
Syrian Christians to hold day of prayer and unity... MORE

13 December 2017
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13 December 2017
Hope For the Middle East petition Presented at the UN... MORE

12 December 2017
Noeh says ‘Thank you’ to all who signed the Hope for the Middle East petition... MORE


 

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"If one part [of the body] suffers, every part suffers with it." 1 Corinthians 12:26
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