Note: The following was shared by Open Doors, a non-profit Christian organization that helps persecuted Christians all around the world. The real photos of the discussed Individuals was never revealed for some reasons. All photos used in this article are photos of other Christians or parents in Afghanistan.
The Christian oppression we read about in sacred writing isn't a relic of past times. It actually exists. Furthermore, today, in the 21st century, we are living in when oppression against Christian devotees is the most noteworthy in current history. Another report from Open Doors uncovers that in excess of 245 million Christians persevere through high, high, or extraordinary abuse in the main 50 nations where it's generally risky to follow Jesus. As per Open Doors' 2019 World Watch List — a top to bottom
The latest Open Doors report on international education has revealed that the United States hosted 1.08 million international students during the 2016/2017 academic year. This marks a 3 percent increase over the prior year. The number of African students hit a record high at 37,735, marking a 7 percent increase over the prior year. There are currently 3,111 Ghanaian students enrolled at more than 630 tertiary institutions across the United States. Ghana is the third-largest sender of students from Africa,