A long-standing battle of the Chinese Communist Party with costly traditional funerals and superstition here has transcended secular boundaries and leapt into cyberspace. IPS – 7 April 2002 – People marking the Qingming Festival – China’s traditional day for sweeping the graves and remembering the dead this week – are being encouraged to pay homage through […]
The International Christian Internet Church (ICIC) has launched its English language worship services in cyberspace to reach especially those who otherwise don’t visit a regular church, its Hungarian co-founder announced. “Many people live in countries such as Saudi Arabia or China where being a Christian can be dangerous,” said Rev. Lazlo Banfi, who himself suffered […]
According to information provided by ANS, award winning journalist Stefan J. Bos was born on the 19th of September 1967 in a small home in downtown Amsterdam, in the Netherlands not far from the typewriter of his father, who was (and still is) a Reporter and ghostwriter. Already at a very young age Bos decided to become journalist and finally arrived in Hungary, the same country where his parents had smuggled Bibles during Communism. Bos has traveled extensively to cover wars and revolutions throughout the region and received the Annual Press Award of Merit from the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for his coverage about foreign policy affairs including Hungary’s relationship with NATO and the European Union.
This article was published by ANS (ASSIST News Service). ASSIST is an evangelical ministry started by journalist and author, Dan Wooding, as a way to help Christians living under difficult circumstances, and to share the Gospel with those who do not know Christ.
[Assist News Service can now be found at the URL: http://www.assistnews.net/ – 21.08.2016]