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@1t1 October 26, 2014 at 04:37PM evwe
For decades Nigeria has suffered from the violent acts and fighting. This may be the best news they have heard in decades.
The Nigerian presidential aid stated that Boko Haram announced a unilateral ceasefire on Thursday. The government has responded and the military has also declared a ceasefire. Along with this, Boko Haram agreed to release the 200 schoolgirls they had kidnapped about six months ago.
Agreements for the release of the girls will be determined in a meeting next week in Chad’s capital. The government is not agreeing to grant territory to Boko Haram, but they will not reveal what concessions they are making. They did say, however, they are getting closer to the release of all groups being held in captivity.
Nigerian citizens are skeptical of this agreement. Many will only be reassured when the violence stops and the hostages are freed.
Shouldn’t we just get out there and bring the difference we want to see?
Prayer, mission and justice - these three words have been used to encapsulate the both/and vision of 24-7 Prayer, but what do they mean and how could we live them out? In a recent interview with Pathlight co-founders Mark Parcher and Roy Goble, 24-7 Prayer’s Pete Greig explains why he thinks prayer, mission and justice can change the world, and how Jesus showed us how to live them.
(And all in less than two minutes!)
Those words are on the lips of people worldwide. Fear of the recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa is spreading as fast — or faster — than the dreaded disease that has already claimed thousands of lives.
As fear of the virus increases, daily life is affected, as people have to rethink how they live and interact with others. Government officials are strongly discouraging public gatherings and large celebrations.
Ei al-Adha is a Muslim festival celebrated at this time each year. Government officials have warned individuals not to gather for the event. In Guinea, where the outbreak is severe, 11 million people are Muslim. Public prayer places are deserted. Muslim leaders have encouraged their congregations to avoid bodily contact. At this time of year, some 2 million Muslims take a pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia. Although there are currently no recorded cases among those making the pilgrimage, many fear it’s only a matter of time — the virus will find its way to Mecca.
And as part of the festivities, we're releasing a new smart phone wallpaper every month, for free, just cos we're nice. For this month, we've gone with Presence as the theme, to tie in with this years gathering in Madrid, later in the month.
If you want to read more about our 15 years and all we've seen God do, you can check out the pretty impressive infographic we put together here.
Cameroonians hope to make this African proverb a concern of the past.
The U.N. Children’s Fund recorded that for every 100,000 live births, 670 women in Cameroon die. In 2012, 61 infants out of 1,000 did not survive birth. Yet, there may be hope to change this tragic reality.
Unprecedented protests and an equally unusual police response are in full swing in Hong Kong this week.
Tens of thousands of Hong Kong students and citizens are acting together in civil disobedience, protesting an August decision from the Beijing government that limits Hong Kong residents’ power in electing their chief executive in the coming 2017 elections.
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