Weekly Links – 6 June 2014

Here are a few links to inform you and for you to enjoy, some of them not from this week, but still interesting. Just click on the title and they will take you to the page:

 The Story of a Woman being sentenced to execution for her faith in SudanMeriam-Ibrahim_2918728b

If you have been following the story there are developments that you can read here and here.

An Article looking at Religious Freedom in Africa in the wake of what is happening in Sudan

“The right to freely choose and change one’s religion is a human right. Sudan is not the only country south of the Sahara where this freedom is infringed.”

The right to freely choose and change one’s religion is a human right. Sudan is not the only country south of the Sahara where this freedom is infringed. – See more at: http://afkinsider.com/58215/religious-freedom-across-continent-worst-worst/#sthash.fkaAt5

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng on his religious faith and the constitution

“This day, which began in chaos and fire, would end in blood and tears, tears and pain, tears and joy at the end of 24 hours that changed the world and forever marked Normandy.”

Today on June 6, we also remember D-Day, the day the Allies invaded Normandy.

“But these were merciful men whose righteousness has not been forgotten.”

Baptist History RapAshley-Unzicker

Set to the “Fresh Prince of Bel Air” theme song, this lady raps through Baptist History. A quick overview for those who always wanted to know: Where did we come from?

25 Funny Church Signs

Real signs that churches have placed outside their building, good for a laugh:)church-sign-top-60-church-blogs

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