CONROE, Texas -- The 2018 International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church was observed by tens of millions of Christians worldwide on Sunday, November 4th. Now many of those believers are seeking tangible ways to help their brothers & sisters in Christ and local churches & ministries which are embedded in areas where persecution is a daily reality.

With that purpose in mind, Cubinero, Inc., a 501(c)3 charitable organization focused on creative ways to fund tentmakers, churches and ministries engulfed in the flames of persecution, has launched its crowdfunding solution, TentMakers.

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Imagine living in a country where taking a drink of water could lead to your execution. That was the real-life nightmare of Asia Bibi, a Christian mother in Pakistan who, on a hot day in 2009, went in search of water on the farm where she worked. The other women refused to drink from the container, because Bibi isn't Muslim. That started an argument, and farmworkers insisted later that Bibi had made derogatory comments about Mohammed. They accused her of one of the worst crimes possible -- blasphemy -- and she was tried, convicted, and sentenced to death.

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WASHINGTON -- The Institute on Religion and Democracy is rejoicing over news of Pakistan's Supreme Court overturning the death penalty conviction of Aasiya Noreen, commonly known as Asia Bibi, a Christian Pakistani woman falsely accused of blasphemy against Islam.

Bibi has been imprisoned in a Pakistani jail since 2010. She was arrested after her Muslim neighbors accused her of defiling a water bucket and insulting the prophet Muhammed during a dispute. Pakistan is notorious for its strict blasphemy laws used to ban any criticism of Islam and to infringe on the human rights of its religious minorities.

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PHOENIX, Ariz. -- The Presidential Prayer Team, the national prayer ministry for America and its leaders, announced today that its "Pray the Vote" campaign has engaged thousands of Americans across the nation who are praying for the midterm elections each day leading up to November 6, 2018.

With the 10-day campaign fully underway, more praying Americans are signing up daily to find community with those seeking God's will in America and vote according to His leading.

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WASHINGTON -- The Congressional Prayer Conference is offering the following avenues of prayer to Pray America back to Repentance and a closer walk with God through Jesus:
 
1.   "Telephonic Prayer Session" daily, Monday through Friday, 1-605-468-8016, Access code 399430# at 9:00 AM EST
2.   24-hour "Live" Prayer Request Line, 1-714-865-8132
3.  "Live" Upper Room Prayer Vigils daily at 12:00 noon and 8:00 PM EST, 1-714-522-7201
4.   E-mail for written prayer targets: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Nite Line broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS-TV from 8 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The program features local and/or nationally known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community events in the upstate.

Monday, November 5, 2018Tonight on Nite Line Dante Thompson welcomes Major Pete Costas and Lauren Stephens to discuss how the ministry of the Salvation Army helps people in need in our community.  The Grissops, a southern gospel group from Travelers Rest, South Carolina, sing throughout the evening.

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ORLANDO -- Most Americans say that religious beliefs are simply a personal perspective and are not related to objective reality, according to findings released today from the State of Theology survey.

The survey found that 60 percent of Americans agreed with the statement "Religious belief is a matter of personal opinion; it is not about objective truth." Some 30 percent of Americans disagreed, while 10 percent said they were not sure.

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