Aira Chilcott

Press Service International

Aira Chilcott is a retired secondary school teacher with lots of science andtheology under her belt. Aira is a panellist and editor for PSI and indulges inreading, bushwalking and volunteering at a nature reserve. Aira is married to Billand they have three adult sons.

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  • Hope for the persecuted

  • Support for persecuted Christians

    It can be quite depressing to hear all that is happening around the world against Christians, even though we know that God is good and is all-powerful. I think it’s important to know that there are groups whose whole raison d’etre is to do all they can to support these people and to bring to the world’s attention what is happening to them. Here are some brief snapshots of some of these groups.

  • Updates on Ethiopia, China, India, Ukraine

    Ethiopia has been in the news recently and it is good that the world can see the struggles that are taking place there. ...

  • Praying around the world at Christmas

  • Wake up Australia!

  • Updates on Sudan, India, Nigeria and Indonesia

    Please pray that God would protect, sustain and bless his precious, faithful, suffering Church in the Sudan, India, Nigeria and Indonesia; may he provide all her needs -- material and spiritual -- and enable the believers to 'shine like stars' as they 'hold out the word of life' .

  • Revival and persecution in India and Afghanistan

    The caste system in India is an ancient way of structuring society. In 1950, Independent India's constitution banned discrimination based on caste, and, to correct historical injustices and provide a level playing field to the traditionally disadvantaged

  • Struggles in Sudan and Ethiopia

    It is impossible to overstate the difficulties faced by citizens of countries where Islamists seek to have control and impose their ideals.

  • Pray for Afghanistan

    I would like to start this article by quoting a friend of mine – Steve Neuhaus, who spent a short time in Afghanistan late in 2009 and early 2010. His role was to pastor the Australian military flock by, among other things, conducting services at the Ghan Chapel (photo above) with its cross of sacrifice.

  • Even when we don’t see it, He’s working

    I have written long and often about the persecution of Christians around the world. Persecution presents a dire picture and is in fact so far from our own experience that it’s hard to relate to. You might wonder how, in countries where persecution is rife, Christians can live and hold on to their faith.