Embassy of Zion int. Ministry ends it three days Valantine program

Embassy of Zion int. Ministry ends it three days Valantine program

Embassy of Zion recently concluded a transformative and inspiring valantine’s day program. The air was filled with a sense of love, unity, joy, and the shared purpose of deepening our connection with faith. Let’s take a moment to revisit the highlights of this meaningful journey and celebrate the memories created together. The program kicked off…

How To Hear God’s Voice

How To Hear God’s Voice

In Christianity we talk a lot about having a personal relationship with God, but genuine relationship is impossible without a two-way conversation. In order to know God for yourself, you need to hear God’s voice. It’s been said that when we talk to God, we’re ‘praying’, but when he talks to us, we’re crazy. Personally, I…

New York flooded as city’s infrastructure struggles to cope with changing climate

New York flooded as city’s infrastructure struggles to cope with changing climate

People “are shoehorned into every available space” in the Big Apple, so heavy rainfall poses a very real danger to a city not built to survive it, as the latest deluge shows. The drainage system underneath its iconic streets can’t cope with more than two inches of rain per hour. The intensity of the downpour…

Vietnamese Christians Pray for Greater Religious Freedom

Vietnamese Christians Pray for Greater Religious Freedom

During his two-day visit here this weekend, President Biden described his meeting with Vietnam’s General Secretary, Nguyen Phu Trong as a “truly historic moment.” The two leaders took steps to raise the relationship to a new level, and Vietnam’s highest tier of international partnership.  Trong announced, “President Joe Biden and I, on behalf of both countries, have…

Gabon coup leader Nguema sworn in as transitional head of state

Gabon coup leader Nguema sworn in as transitional head of state

Gabon’s new military leader was sworn in as the head of state on Monday, less than a week after ousting the president whose family had ruled the Central African nation for more than five decades. General Brice Clotaire Oligui Nguema took the oath in the presidential palace in front of a packed, boisterous room of…

NASA Crashes Spacecraft into Asteroid in a Defense Test

NASA Crashes Spacecraft into Asteroid in a Defense Test

US space agency Nasa has successfully crashed a spacecraft into an asteroid, to try to force it to go in a different direction. The test mission happened 11 million km (7 millions miles) away in space, on a target called Dimorphos. The asteroid isn’t on a path to hit Earth and this test won’t accidentally…

Cubans vote to legalize same-sex marriage

Cubans vote to legalize same-sex marriage

Cubans on Sunday voted to approve a new “family code” that, among other things, legalizes same-sex marriage and adoption. The 100-page code is one of the most progressive in Latin America.  Millions of Cubans voted in the referendum on the government-backed proposal that allows same-sex couples to marry and adopt on the communist-run island amid…

Nun murdered, 6 beheaded by the Islamic State in Mozambique  

Nun murdered, 6 beheaded by the Islamic State in Mozambique 

Amid rising jihadist violence in Mozambique, an 83-year-old Italian nun was shot and killed and six others were beheaded earlier this month by suspected militants aligned with the Islamic State. Sister Maria de Coppi was killed in the Sept. 6 attack in Chipene city when gunmen stormed a Catholic mission compound and set fire to…

At least 40 killed as mass protests rock Iran after ‘morality police’ kill woman over ‘improper hijab’

At least 40 killed as mass protests rock Iran after ‘morality police’ kill woman over ‘improper hijab’

More than 40 people have reportedly been killed as anti-government protests rocked dozens of Iranian cities in the last week following the death of Mahsa Amini, a young woman arrested by the Iranian “morality police” for not properly wearing a hijab earlier this month. At least 41 people have been killed, and more than 1,200…