'" After the eight were beheaded, their headless bodies were hung on crosses."They kept on praying loudly and sharing Jesus until their last breath," the director said.If you want to avoid it, try to conduct your conversation around the traditions of your faith, rather than its beliefs.Most Preachers are well grounded people and able to tolerate the presence of other denominations but should you manage to pick one who is a fanatic, try to roll with the punches until you can safely make a tactful escape.Islamic State militants in Syria heinously tortured and killed a 12-year-old boy, along with 11 indigenous Christian missionaries, after they refused to leave their homeland or renounce Christ.According to the Virginia-based Christian Aid Mission, a group that has been in contact with the slain missionaries' director, all 12 victims were captured on Aug. Three weeks later, IS militants questioned the captives about whether they converted from Islam when they became Christians, an offense that is punishable by death under the Islamic State's twisted legal code.Throughout their abuse, the women continuously prayed.When the eight victims were forced to kneel for their beheadings, all eight prayed loudly.
On the same day, the other eight captives were questioned in another village.
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"When the team leader refused, relatives said, the ISIS militants also tortured and beat him and the two other ministry workers.
The three men and the boy then met their deaths in crucifixion." The eight other missionaries who were questioned in another village were beheaded after they refused to convert to Islam.
"What is happening is more and more people are being saved," he said. In the past we used to pray to have one person from a Muslim background come to the Lord.