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We are accustomed to hearing stories of Christians being attacked in Sudan and Nigeria, but one of the latest attacks took place in Kenya.  In mid-June, at least 49 Christians were killed.  More violence has followed.  It's hard for me to think of an attack like this one taking place in a country that is so close to my heart.  I've been to Kenya twice.  It's a wonderful land with wonderful people.  Let us pray that this violent persecution is stopped.  

Click here for an update on the killings in Kenya and to learn more about TWR's work in Kenya

(Photo of damage as a result of attack in Mpeketoni, Kenya)