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20 Cuban Pastors and Spouses Killed in Plane Crash

A group of Cuban church leaders died in a plane crash Friday on the way home from a denominational retreat in Havana. The ten married couples, co-pastors from Holguín in East Cuba, had spent three days at a Nazarene seminary in the island’s capital. They sang and prayed together on …

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At Least 9 Cuban Pastors and Wives Killed in Devastating Plane Crash

A passenger plane crashed Friday near Havana, Cuba, killing more than 100 people including 18 Christian leaders – pastors and their wives. CBN News’ Spanish-language division Mundo Cristiano has confirmed through the Council of Churches of Cuba that the evangelical leaders were from the Nazarene Church. They were traveling back to eastern …

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Jailed Chinese Pastor’s US Family Seeks Mercy

BEIJING (AP) — The Rev. John Sanqiang Cao paid no more than three dollars for the trip that would end up costing him his freedom. For years, he and fellow Chinese Christian teachers would cross the river on a narrow bamboo raft from a tree-shrouded bank in southern China into …

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Supporting persecuted pastors

International (MNN) – Around the world Christians are suffering for Christ’s name, but who cares for persecuted pastors? Uncommon circumstances, common struggles Chip Ingram, Pastor of Venture Christian Church and Teaching Pastor of Living on the Edge, recently went to a conference to encourage and teach some of these persecuted …

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The Enneagram for Pastors

My husband, Joe, is a pastor. In other words, he is teacher, public speaker, counselor, children’s story teller, youth leader, HR director, master of ceremonies, facilities coordinator, volunteer coordinator, mission trip coordinator, hospital chaplain, creative designer, office equipment technician, mediator, fundraiser, finance officer, funeral director, father, and grandfather. Does he …

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