Persecution watchdog warns of growing hostility to Christians in US: ‘Frogs in the kettle’

ChristianPost.com reports: “The president of a nonprofit Christian persecution watchdog that monitors hostility to faith and freedom abroad warned that too few Christians in America and the West seem aware of how such trends are manifesting at home.

‘Basically, we are frogs in the kettle, and the bubbles keep coming up under us,’ Jeff King, president of the Washington, D.C.-based International Christian Concern (ICC), told The Christian Post.

Jeff King, president of International Christian Concern (ICC), warned that Americans are like ‘frogs in the kettle’ regarding increasing persecution. | International Christian Concern

ICC, which was founded in 1995 to advocate for the persecuted church around the world, has been speaking out, particularly about Staci Barber’s case in Texas.

Barber is a school teacher who sued the Katy Independent School District near Houston in March after her principal allegedly reprimanded her last September for praying with two other teachers at the school’s flagpole as part of ‘See You At the Pole,’ an annual international event…”

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