Terrorists Continue To Attack Christians In Nigeria, by Greg Yoder, Mission Network News
"Attacks by terrorists against Christians in Nigeria continue, despite an advisory team of Americans now on the ground there. The advisors are there to help the Nigerian government find the more than 200 Christian and Muslim girls abducted by Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram. Baptist Press reports that Christians worldwide can help victims and their families.
"Meanwhile, Islamic terrorists continue to attack mainly Christian communities, killing 300 and injuring many in the latest attack in Borno state, burning and destroying churches and homes, and stealing livestock, food and other supplies.
"Adeniyi Ojutiku, a U.S.-based expert on Nigerian relations and a Southern Baptist and grassroots organizer in Raleigh, N.C. is encouraging Christians to pray for and send financial aid to victims and their families in his homeland, and to lobby Congress to hold Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration accountable for what some describe as insufficient outreach to help and protect victims..."