Dutch Bible Group Continues Tent Campaigns Amid Church Closures, Influx Muslims


By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife

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AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS (BosNewsLife)-- A Dutch group says it will continue "old-fashioned" evangelism campaigns throughout the Netherlands amid massive church closures and an influx of mainly Muslim refugees. The Dutch Biblestudy Center (NBC) told BosNewsLife it is touring this crowded small nation of 17-million with its circus-like red and blue colored tent.

BREAKING NEWS: Evangelicals Urge New Scotland After Voters Reject Independence (News Watch)


By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife

staff-fred-drummondLONDON, BRITAIN (BosNewsLife)-- The Evangelical Alliance Scotland (EAS) urged the nation on Friday, September 19, to unite and build a new Scotland "with Christian values" after most voters rejected Scottish independence in a historic referendum.

NEWS WATCH: Opposition Doubts Moscow Mayor’s Outright Victory

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By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife

navalnyMOSCOW/BUDAPEST (BosNewsLife)-- Tensions are rising in Moscow after an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed a narrow victory in Sunday's mayoral race, while a leading opposition candidate demanded a second election round for the Russian capital's top job.

BREAKING NEWS: Al-Qaida Fighters Capture Syrian Christian Town


By BosNewsLife Middle East Service

SyrianChristianstargetsDAMASCUS, SYRIA (BosNewsLife)-- Rebels linked to terror group al-Qaida captured the Christian town of Maaloula on Sunday, September 8, as part of a campaign to take control of strategic mountains near the capital Damascus, opposition representatives said.

NEWS WATCH: Former PM Wins Czech Presidency In First Direct Race

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By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife

zemanwinsBUDAPEST/PRAGUE (BosNewsLife)-- Left-leaning former Czech Prime Minister Milos Zeman has won his country's first direct presidential elections with about 55 percent of the vote. The international community was closely watching the voting as it will impact the Czech Republic's future relations with the European Union.