Monday, July 12, 2010

World Christians: Focus On Nepal

I met a Nepalese man while doing a spot of studying in the U.K.  As we went around to introduce ourselves, he said, simply and humbly, that up unto a couple of years ago, it was illegal to be a Christian in Nepal. He is an example of what I refer to as "world Christians" -- the most authentic, wonderful people on the planet.  They are Christians in countries where it costs something to be a Christian, and their love for Christ, and their commitment to the gospel, shows, and shines.

Diamonds of grace in a zirconium world.

Here's a link on what's going on in Nepal.

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"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"