Uganda Evangelical Church Closed After Muslim Attacks
By BosNewsLife Africa Service KAMPALA, UGANDA (BosNewsLife)-- Christian rights activists have appealed for prayers after an evangelical church outside Uganda's capital Kampala was reportedly closed early August after months of harassment by local Muslims in the latest attacks against Christians in the African nation. "The final blow came on August 4th when a stone was thrown through a window, striking Pastor Moreen Sanyu of the Greater Love Church in the forehead and knocking her unconscious," said advocacy group Voice Of the Martyrs Canada (VOMC).
Uganda Pastor Killed Amid Ongoing Islamic Attacks
By BosNewsLife Africa Service KAMPALA, UGANDA (BosNewsLife)-- Evangelical church members in eastern Uganda are mourning a pastor who was killed amid ongoing Islamic attacks against Christian converts in the region.
Uganda Militants Kill Christian Policeman, Abduct Children ‘For Faith’
By BosNewsLife Africa Service KAMPALA, UGANDA (BosNewsLife)-- Islamic militants in eastern Uganda have killed a Christian policeman and abducted three children as part of efforts to force Christian converts to return to Islam, BosNewsLife established Sunday, December 20. Friends and family said the policeman, Ismail Kuloba, was shot dead December 8 in the town of Komodo, shortly before the reported kidnapping of Christian children.
Islamic Militants Threaten Churches In Uganda, Kenya
By BosNewsLife Africa Service KAMPALA/NAIROBI (BosNewsLife)-- Christians in Uganda and neighboring Kenya faced more anxiety Friday, June 6, after authorities were warned by Western countries that an Islamic militant group was planning to attack churches.
Uganda Father Kills Daughter For Becoming Christian
By BosNewsLife Africa Service KAMPALA, UGANDA (BosNewsLife)-- Evangelical Christians in eastern Uganda have been mourning a teenage girl who was reportedly beaten to death by her Muslim father after she converted to Christianity.
BREAKING NEWS: American Christians Among Victims In Uganda Bomb Blasts, 64 Killed
By BosNewsLife Africa Service KAMPALA, UGANDA (BosNewsLife)-- Bomb attacks killed at least 64 people, including an American aid worker, and injured several American Christians among others at two sites in Uganda's capital, Kampala, where people gathered to watch the World Cup, BosNewsLife learned early Monday, July 12.