1. Every believer must pass through a metal detector at the entrance of the church. As bags are carefully checked for weapons and explosives, armed soldiers ensure that nobody enters the building without being noticed. On July 1st, 2012, Al-Shabaab extremists shot 17 Christians during a church service at the African Inland Church in Garissa. How is this congregation in northeastern Kenya doing four years after the attack? Richard Groenenboom from VOM Canada’s ministry partner, SDOK, in The Netherlands provides this report. | From SDOK | Length: 5:45

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  2. On April 2nd, gunmen from the jihadist group, Al-Shabaab, stormed Kenya's Garissa University College, killing 147 people and injuring more than 80. Dividing students and teachers based on their ability to recite the Quran, the attackers freed the Muslims while killing those who identified themselves as Christians. One of the Christians who survived the attack is 19-year-old Cynthia Cheroitich. Angela Zatopek of CBN News travelled to Kenya, bringing back with her Cynthia's amazing story of survival. (Length 3:25 | From CBN News)

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