Christian Pastoral Couple In Cuba Imprisoned For Homeschooling Children

Written by: Morning Star News Cuba CorrespondentArticle Source: morningstarnews.org Husband-and-wife pastors in Cuba are serving prison sentences for declining to send their children to a government-run school where their daughter was bullied for being a Christian, family members said. Pastor Ramón Rigal was sentenced to two years in prison in April for homeschooling his two children, as […]

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Survivor Contestants Participating In Survivor-Like Challenge In SA To Raise Money For Christian Charity

Written by: Clayton MorarArticle Source: Supplied Sixteen castaways who have all participated in the US and Survivor SA editions of this globally popular Emmy-Award international series, are set to take part in a Survivor-esque showdown in South Africa next week – with the proceeds of this event benefiting a worthy South African cause, a Christian primary […]

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Cyber Bullying In South Africa & The Church

Written by: Pearl KupeArticle Source: JOY! Magazine What is Cyber Bullying?Definition: “Cyber bullying involves the use of information and communication technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behaviour by an individual or group that is intended to harm others.” (Belsey 2004). It is the persistent and intentional harassment, humiliation, and abuse of an individual or […]

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Israeli App Becomes World’s Largest Cancer Social Network

Written by: Brian Blum Article source: www.israel21c.org Belong.life for cancer patients and caregivers uses artificial intelligence to cut through data clutter. Users only see the most relevant information. A cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming: Suddenly you’re faced with a mountain of options to consider about tests and drugs and side effects that might not show themselves for […]

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