Travis Snode

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Pizza. Pasta. Art. Football. Cars. Fashion. Gelato. There is much to love about Italy, a long mountainous peninsula that dominates the central Mediterranean. With sixty million people, Italy is the fifth-most populous country in Europe. Despite being home to the New Testament “church at Rome” and various Anabaptist and Protestant groups throughout history, Italy is...
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“The United Kingdom’s terror threat level has been raised to “severe” after recent attacks in Austria and France linked to Islamic extremism,” this article says. This is the countries second-highest level. It was done as a precautionary measure and means that an attack is considered highly likely. Please continue to pray for the United Kingdom...
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According to this article, “French President Emmanuel Macron said on Saturday he respected Muslims who were shocked by cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad but that was no excuse for violence, as his officials ramped up security after a knife attack in a French church that killed three people this week.” Please continue to pray for...
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Last night, gunmen opened fire in six different locations across Vienna, Austria. The attacks came as many people were enjoying one last night out before new national coronavirus restrictions come into effect. Two men and a woman were killed and at least a dozen are wounded. Police are still searching for at least one gunman....
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Iceland is one of the most seismically active countries in the world, meaning it has many earthquakes each year. This week, Iceland was hit with a 5.6 Magnitude Earthquake. Epoch Times reported that there were no injuries, but the Prime Minister paused mid-sentence when the quake struck during her live Zoom event. The Iceland Met...
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In January 2016, Beatrice Stockli was kidnapped from Timbuktu in northern Mali. After being held prisoner for four years by Islamic extremists, she was recently executed. News of her execution comes from a French aid worker who was freed on October 8 and who had held by the same or linked Islamist militia group. Though...
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Four days ago, Samuel Paty, a French history and geography teacher was beheaded in Paris for showing caricatures of Muhammad in class. Yesterday, France unleashed a broad crackdown on Muslims accused of extremism. This comes amidst much anger for the brutal murder of Mr. Paty. The situation is tragic on so many levels. As believers...
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On January 31, 2020, the United Kingdom left the European European. This past year, talks have been taking place to discuss a withdrawal agreement, but little progress has been made. On Friday, Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister said that talks have failed and made plans for a no-deal Brexit. Please continued to pray for the...
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In a shocking new development, the Netherlands is preparing to legalise the practice of euthanasia for children ages 1-12 when are terminally ill. Youth 12 and older may already choose to end their lives if they have a terminal illness, but now the practice is being opened up to call children. This is a very...
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42,400 people have reportedly died across Britain from coronavirus. This is the highest in Europe. The government is trying to balance lockdown restrictions with economic concerns. Various local lockdowns have come into effect in certain areas. Thankfully, churches are still legally allowed to meet provided they follow government guidelines which include social distancing and face...
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