Brother Amir was travelling with his wife and a friend when he received a phone call from a member of an Islamist group.
As the new Taliban government tightens its grip on Afghanistan, people there plainly see the darkness of Islam and they’re running toward the light of the Gospel.
Since the beginning of 2021, there have been at least 20 court cases against places of worship for holding religious meetings without state permission.
After holding a rally, radicals in Gujarat state issued a statement to district authorities telling them that if they did not stop church activities in the region,
Muslim clerics in Pakistan are opposing a proposed law aimed at stopping the forced conversion of minorities.
The Eritrean authorities recently arrested 15 Christians in raids on their houses in the capital Asmara.
Since purchasing a former cowshed in 2002 and converting it into a church building, the New Life Church in Minsk, Belarus, has faced opposition from government agencies.
Christians request prayer for Milad Gourdazi who must present himself by 21 September to start serving his prison sentence.
Members of the Taliban are in search of people who have worked with the previous government, as well as those who profess the Christian faith.
As VOM’s support project for our brothers and sisters in Afghanistan continues, we are pleased to bring you another update.
On 29 August, Hindu fundamentalists conducted an orchestrated attack on Christians gathered for a peaceful Sunday worship service in Polmi village in India’s Chhattisgarh state.
Twelve children were among the 40 Christians killed in several attacks on 15 and 25 August, in and around Jos, Nigeria.