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A Surprising Lesson I Learned This Week in Cuba

A Surprising Lesson I Learned This Week in Cuba
This was my ninth time to visit this beautiful island nation. I have grown over the years to love the Cuban people. Each time I visit, I return more inspired by their passion for Jesus, their courageous service, and their sacrificial faith.

Major Policy Change: Cuban Migrants No Longer Allowed Asylum in U.S.

Major Policy Change: Cuban Migrants No Longer Allowed Asylum in U.S.
The Obama administration has ended a policy known as “wet foot, dry foot,” which allowed illegal Cuban immigrants to remain in the U.S. if they were not discovered till they were already in the country.

‘Castro’s Death Won’t End Repression of Cuban Church’

‘Castro’s Death Won’t End Repression of Cuban Church’
The death of Cuba’s revolutionary leader Fidel Castro will not reduce the harassment and surveillance to which the Church is already subjected, an analyst at the charity Open Doors has warned.

Leaders’ Farewells to Castro Vary in Tone

Leaders’ Farewells to Castro Vary in Tone
Trump recalls the dictator’s brutality but doesn’t rule out continuing relations with Cuba.

Goodbye, Fidel Castro: Why Utopianism Always Fails

Goodbye, Fidel Castro: Why Utopianism Always Fails
A brutal communist dictator has gone on to meet his reward. And too many seem confused about the legacy of Cuba’s Fidel Castro.

Fidel Castro and the Cuba I Know

Fidel Castro and the Cuba I Know
I have been to Cuba eight times over the last sixteen years, so the passing of Fidel Castro was especially significant for me.

Christianity on the Rise in Cuba

Christianity on the Rise in Cuba
Cuban Christianity has “grown in the shadows of culture for many years." With help from Christian organizations, that growth is continuing.