World Mission Reports Taliban Fighter’s Saul-to-Paul Experience

The photo shows a painting depicting the Apostle Paul’s encounter with the risen Jesus. (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, Public Doman)

The Taliban government in Afghanistan faces a growing threat from ISIS, as well as severe economic concerns.

In fact, on October 25 the United Nations said Afghanistan is on the brink of the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, worse even than Yemen or Syria. Out of 38 million people in the country, 23 million won’t have enough food to last the winter without more aid.

But the Taliban continues hunting down civilians who oppose their ideologies, including activists and Christians. Greg Kelley spoke to contacts of World Mission inside the country. He says, “Not only that, but they’re identifying communities. Because where there’s one Christian, in most cases there tend to be several Christians.”

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SOURCE: Mission News Network, Kevin Zeller

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